Post-Biden Afghanistan Homeless Reportedly Hook Hounds on Heroin to Keep Them Loyal

Post-Biden Afghanistan Homeless Reportedly Hook Hounds on Heroin to Keep Them Loyal

Homeless drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan, reportedly have been providing stray dogs narcotics so that they would stick around to provide body warmth during the Afghan capital’s harsh winters.

Drug addiction has been a major problem in Afghanistan, which, according to a November 2021 United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime report, is a country where illegal production of opiates makes up 9 percent to 14 percent of the GDP.

The underground opiate economy produced between $1.8 billion and $2.7 billion in 2021, according to the report.

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