Here's a piece of news one rarely sees: The war on drugs is actually producing some results. Across the globe, the cocaine market is "in retreat" as anti-narcotic operations have had their desired effect. Drug traffickers' newfound difficulties in moving their cocaine is reflected in the rising price of a kilo, as well as the growing tendency to cut the drug with other chemicals as a means to increase profits. Harmful chemicals such as "the cancer-causing drug phenacetin, cockroach insecticide and pet worming powder" have turned up in cocaine in the U.K., according to the BBC.
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