Tuesday, 22nd August 2017

MAP - Europe

Media Awareness Project Drug News
  1. UK: Ecstasy Being Studied As Treatment For Alcoholism
    New York Post, 03 Jul 2017 - Taking party drug ecstasy may help boozers break their addiction to alcohol. Scientists are set to carry out the first ever trial to see whether the controlled substance can help treat heavy drinkers.
  2. UK: 'Elsa From Frozen' Telling Meth Addicts To 'Let It Go' Is The
    The Mirror, 17 Jan 2017 - Meth is not good -- and a community in Montana, US, used a young woman who looked oddly like Elsa from Frozen to remind its citizens. An anti-drug campaign called the Montana Meth Project (MMP) erected some billboards and signs calling on people to "just let it go" -- "it" being meth, an illegal substance that causes misery around the world.
  3. UK: Duterte Tells Civilians 'Don't Get Yourselves Kidnapped'
    Daily Mail, 16 Jan 2017 - [photo] Duterte tells civilians 'don't get yourselves kidnapped' as he orders troops to BOMB hostage-takers and threatens to declare martial law as part of Philippines' drug war * President Rodrigo Duterte say kidnap victims may become 'collateral damage'
  4. UK: Duterte's Drug War In The Philippines Is Out Of Control, He
    The Guardian, 05 Jan 2017 - Foreign governments are keeping noticeably quiet as the Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte is leading one of the world's bloodiest anti-drug campaigns [photo] Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte salutes with other military officers during an anniversary celebration of the Armed Forces. Photograph: Erik de Castro/Reuters
  5. UK: President Duterte's Bloody War On Drugs Has Claimed 6k Lives In
    Daily Mail, 03 Jan 2017 - I've only just started! Filipino President Duterte's bloody war on drugs has claimed 6,000 lives and seen 900,000 addicts surrender in just six months -- as he claims his country is now safer for normal people * The Philippines government has claimed it is winning the war on drugs after a brutal crackdown on dealing