March 12, 2014

Germany's Crystal Meth Pandemic

Anna Kistner, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

In recent years, crystal meth use seems to have exploded in Germany, particularly along the Czech border. As researchers are discovering, the population of users is much more diverse than many people expect.

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