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Psychoactive Substances Bill Proposed (March 05, 2013) by Kelly Buchanan

On February 26, 2013, the Psychoactive Substances Bill was introduced in the New Zealand Parliament. The ...

Topic: Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: New Zealand

Memorandum of Cooperation on Methamphetamine Production (September 06, 2012) by Gustavo Guerra

On August 23, 2012, drug enforcement authorities from the United States and Mexico announced the signature ...

Topic: Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Mexico; United States

Ban of the Drug Khat Proposed (March 14, 2012) by Wendy Zeldin

The Dutch government has decided to ban the drug Khat. The fresh leaves, twigs, and shoots ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Netherlands

Agreement to Halt Drug Traffic (November 30, 2011) by Constance Johnson

On November 28, 2011, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) praised the three-way ...

Topic: Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Afghanistan; Iran; Pakistan

Decriminalization of Narcotics Consumption Proposed (October 20, 2010) by Edith Palmer

On October, 15, 2010, the Committee for Social Security and Health of the National Council (Nationalrat), ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Health; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Switzerland

Government to Introduce Legislation to Prevent "Legal Highs" (August 24, 2010) by Clare Feikert-Ahalt

The British government announced on August 20, 2010, that it will introduce legislation to temporarily ban ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: England and Wales

Agreement Results in Convictions (July 29, 2010) by Gustavo Guerra

Two Mexican nationals captured in Nogales, Arizona, were recently convicted of marijuana trafficking in Mexico pursuant ...

Topic: Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Mexico; United States

New Restrictions For Controlled Substances (January 27, 2010) by Peter Roudik

On December 31, 2009, the Government of the Russian Federation issued two regulations which extend the ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Russia

Minnesota Supreme Court Holds That Bong Water Can Be a Controlled Substance (November 13, 2009) by John Cannan

The Supreme Court of Minnesota has held that bong water can be a controlled substance under ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: United States

Marijuana Pass Planned for Nationals Only (September 17, 2009) by Wendy Zeldin

The Dutch government plans to introduce a national marijuana pass, available only to Dutch nationals over ...

Topic: Drug trafficking; Administrative law and regulatory procedures
Jurisdiction: Netherlands

Law Allowing Personal Drug Use and Against Small-Scale Drug Trafficking (September 04, 2009) by Norma Gutierrez

On August 20, 2009, the Mexican government officially published a new decree amending the General Law ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Mexico

Restrictions on Sale of Khat (April 03, 2009) by Hanibal Goitom

It was reported on March 25, 2009, that a law imposed by Al Shebaab, a group ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Somalia

Efficiency of Drugs Policy Under Scrutiny (March 02, 2008) by Wendy Zeldin

For three decades, the Netherlands has had a tolerant policy towards drugs, having decided in the ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Netherlands

New Minimum Sentences for Certain Drug Offenses (February 02, 2008) by Stephen Clarke

The Government of Ireland has passed legislation creating stiff new penalties for drug trafficking. Under the ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Ireland

Penalties Increased for Drug Crimes (February 02, 2008) by Constance Johnson

Under a new law adopted by Senegal's legislature, the punishment for drug trafficking will be increased ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: Senegal

Anti-Narcotics Law Adopted (January 02, 2008) by Wendy Zeldin

On December 29, 2007, the National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) adopted China's first anti-drug law, ...

Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Jurisdiction: China

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Last updated: March 05, 2013