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HRNHeroin (narcotic drug)
HRNHryvnia (Ukrainian currency unit)
HRNHuman Resource Network
HRNHotel Reservations Network, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
HRNHouse Rabbit Network
HRNHuman Resources Need
HRNHost Resource Negotiator
HRNHidden Recharge Number
HRNHumanities Research Network
HRNHuman Rights in Nigeria
HRNHood River News (Hood River, OR)
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Customs Preventive staff on Tuesday recovered 20 kilograms of heroin from the suitcase of a couple at Jinnah International Airport and arrested the couple , who were leaving for Maldives via Dubai.
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The four men and one woman appeared at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court on Wednesday morning, facing an array of charges relating to the supply of heroin.
Sub-Inspector Mohammad Azam from CIA police arrested Shahab Gul for having 1,015 gram hasihs while Sub-Inspector Mohammad Iqbal from Tarnol police arrested Naveed in possession of 430 gram heroin, Nauman for having 560 gram heroin, Rafaqat for having 460 gram heroin, Iftikhar for possessing 466 gram hashish and Yasmeen for having 85 gram heroin.
Full-year estimates of fentanyl or heroin drug reports ([section]) per 100,000 population (using DEA's NFLIS) ([paragraph]) and unintentional or undetermined intent heroin and synthetic opioid death rates per 100,000 population (using the National Vital Statistics System multiple cause-of-death mortality files) were stratified by the four U.
Heroin has one of the highest dependency liabilities of any drug.
During May 2013 and May 2017 three mounds of heroin was seized.
Recent increases in drug busts, overdoses and emergency calls across New York City and Long Island all tied to heroin tell the story of an epidemic that needs more attention and action by the feds to foil, said U.
Mohammed Ahmed, 42, unemployed, of Leopold Street, Birmingham, jailed for ten years for conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.
A court heard the use of heroin in the city centre, often by vulnerable and homeless people, was leading to other offences as users sought to fund their habits.
But productivity among heroin users has remained stagnant.
In 2013, more than 46,000 people in the United States died from a drug overdose and more than half of those were caused by prescription painkillers and heroin.