Afghan Farmers Selling their Daughters to Ward off Opium Debts

Daily India:
Kabul, Mar 31: Poppy farmers in Afghanistan are being compelled to give away their daughters to local drug traffickers after failing to clear their loans. According to a report appearing in the Newsweek magazine, these farmers have been involved in this business for decades on the stony hillsides of eastern Afghanistan and in the dusty southern plains.
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