UNODC 2007 World Drug Report

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Voiced report highlighting key elements of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) 2007 World Drug Report.

Mixed voicetrack on Ch-1 and Natsot on Ch-2. Additional B-roll available in our Video Archive

Shows:

Amsterdam, June 2007 - man smoking marijuana

Colombia, May 2007, cocaine addicts

Vienna, June 2007- UNODC Executive Director, Antonio Maria Costa, says world drug situation is stabilising


Colombia, May 2007 - aerials coca plantations
cocaine factory being burned
coca being desttroyed

Caribbean, May 2007- Colombian warship intercepts cocaine

Caribbean, May 2007 - British warship intercepts cocaine

Morocco, 2005 - police intercept trucks of cannabis, burn drugs

Straits of Gibraltar, 2005 - Spanish National Guard chases cannabis smugglers

Vienna, June 2007-
Costa says Africa is under attack from drug traffickers

Africa, recent - scenes of unrest and poverty

Amsterdam, June 2007 - cannabis being bought and used

Vienna, June 2007- Costa says cannabis doesn't make people mellow, it makes them sick

Amsterdam, June 2007 - drug users

Vienna, June 2007- Costa calls for drugs to be dealt with as a health problem.

NB: additional B-roll of the above content is available in our video archive

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