Part of the appeal of many synthetic drugs is that they’re legal and easy to get. But the substances can be just as dangerous and addictive as their illegal counterparts, and since there are so many new synthetic drugs, scientists can't identify them. Holly Williams reports.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration officials are engaged in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse with overseas synthetic drug manufacturers. The drugs, often created in China, are meant to mimic the effects of illegal street drugs, but they contain no illegal substances, leaving Customs officials powerless to stop them from coming into the country. Holly Williams reports.
Turkey became the first country to try to take advantage of the business opportunities presented by the U.S. easing some sanctions in exchange for Iran temporarily freezing its nuclear program. But while Turkey says sanctions no longer apply, that doesn't match what the U.S. has said. Holly Williams reports.
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