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Afghanistan opium: 'Widows village' shows cost of illegal trade

Afghan opium cultivation has reached record levels, with more than 200,000 hectares planted with the poppy, according to the United Nations.

The BBC's David Loyn reports from the village where Afghans have been buried after being executed for trying to smuggle opium into Iran, and from the border between the two countries.

  • 13 Nov 2013
  • From the section Asia
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