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Afghan drug addicts arrive by bus to register their names during a campaign by the NEJAT drug treatment centre in Kabul on April 20, 2014. The NEJAT Centre is an Afghan response to vulnerable Afghan people, working with the communities for the prevention, treatment and care of drug users and HIV/Aids patients. Afghanistan produces around 90 percent of all opiate drugs in the world, but only recently became a major consumer - out of a population of 35 million, more than a million are now addicted to drugs.  AFP PHOTO/SHAH Marai        (Photo credit should read SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)
Afghan drug addicts arrive by bus to register their names during a campaign by the NEJAT drug treatment centre in Kabul on April 20, 2014. The NEJAT Centre is an Afghan response to vulnerable Afghan people, working with the communities for the prevention, treatment and care of drug users and HIV/Aids patients. Afghanistan produces around 90 percent of all opiate drugs in the world, but only recently became a major consumer - out of a population of 35 million, more than a million are now addicted to drugs.  AFP PHOTO/SHAH Marai        (Photo credit should read SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)

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