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Suha hated the drug’s effects – but even so, the next time her boyfriend offered her marijuana, she tried that too. Gradually, Suha tested out hash oil, marijuana and party drugs like MDMA, some of which she liked more than others. (...) A month and a half later, police found Suha and her boyfriend with 48 grams of marijuana. According to Suha, her boyfriend was selling the drugs and took full responsibility for the supply.
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Score: 1373084.2 - https://www.unicef.org/maldives/stories/suhas-story
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For example; If someone has been smoking marijuana for a long time and has utilized it for common myths like “to concentrate or to gain confidence”, in the absence of marijuana in the body, the individual may start becoming restless, irritable, agitated, poor concentration and memory, insomnia and many more.
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Score: 1273450.8 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...ealth-during-covid-19-pandemic
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Recreational cannabis poses ‘significant’ health challenges to youth: drugs control body | | UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv   Subscribe Audio Hub Recreational cannabis poses ‘significant’ health challenges to youth: drugs control body UN News/Elizabeth Scaffidi Glass pipes used for smoking marijuana for sale in New York City. 5 March 2019 Health The UN-backed International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned on Tuesday that poorly regulated medical cannabis programmes could step-up the “recreational” use of the drug while diminishing public concern over its harmful effects. (...) With several US states and countries around the world having legalized marijuana for recreational use in recent years, it also looks in detail at the impact of that move, saying it can result in diversion to non-medical use and adversely affect public health.
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Score: 1250532.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/03/1034061
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COMMUNICATION NO. 967/2001 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 83RD SESSION, 14 MARCH-1 APRIL 2005 : DECISION
Factual background 2.1 On 27 August 1996, the author purchased 10 grams of marijuana from an unknown person, allegedly out of curiosity. (...) He states that in 1996 he was charged with possession of a “small quantity” of marijuana, and in November 1997 was convicted and sentenced to a term of imprisonment. (...) According to the author, the new Criminal Code decriminalised the purchase of "small" amounts of marijuana and therefore he should be acquitted, since the amount he possessed was “small” according to the Summary Table of the Drug Control Standing Committee of 17 April 1995.
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Score: 1231401.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=CCPR/C/83/D/967/2001&Lang=E
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LAWS AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TREATIES ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES : VIETNAM / COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF VIETNAM
Those who grow opium poppy, coca shrubs, marijuana or other plants which bear narcotic substance, have already been educated more than once, have already been given conditions to stabilize their lives and have already been administratively sanctioned for such acts but still commit them, shall be sentenced to between six months and three years of imprisonment. 2. (...) Committing the crime in one of the following circumstances, the offenders shall be sentenced to between fifteen and twenty years of imprisonment: a) Opium resin, marijuana resin or coca plasma weighing between one kilogram and under five kilograms; b) Heroine or cocaine weighing between thirty grams and under one hundred grams; c) Marijuana leaves, flower and/or fruit or coca leaves weighing between twenty five kilograms and under seventy five kilograms; d) Dried poppy fruit weighing between two hundred kilograms and under six hundred kilograms; e) Fresh poppy fruit weighing between fifty kilograms and under one hundred and fifty kilograms; f) Other narcotic substances in solid form weighing between one hundred grams and under three hundred grams; g) Other narcotic substances in liquid form measuring between two hundred millilitres and under seven hundred and fifty millilitres; h) Involving two or more narcotic substances with the total volume thereof being equivalent to the narcotic volume specified in one of the Points from a to g, Clause 3 of this Article. 4. Committing the crime in one of the following circumstances, the offenders shall be sentenced to twenty years of imprisonment, life imprisonment or capital punishment: a) Opium resin, marijuana resin or coca plasma weighing five kilograms or more; b) Heroine or cocaine weighing one hundred grams or more; c) Marijuana leaves, flower, fruit or coca leaves weighing seventy five kilograms or more; d) Dried poppy fruit weighing six hundred kilograms or more; e) Fresh poppy fruit weighing one hundred and fifty kilograms or more; f) Other narcotic substances in solid form weighing three hundred grams or more; g) Other narcotic substances in liquid form measuring seven hundred and fifty millilitres or more; h) Involving two or more narcotic substances with the total volume thereof being equivalent to the narcotic volume specified in one of the Points from a to g, Clause 4 of this Article. 5.
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Score: 1189935.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=E/NL.2005/05&Lang=E
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[UNDOC, 2014, http://bit.ly/1sILm15]  Cannabis use can compromise school performance, especially in math. Heavy regular marijuana use during teenage years can lead to an IQ drop of up to 8 points.
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Score: 1188949 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...6/YouthStatssubstabceabuse.pdf
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Ikitathimini mlolongo wa mapendekezo ya WHO kuhusu bangi au marijuana na athari zake tume hiyo imejikita katika kuondoa bidhaa hiyo kwenye orodha namba IV ya mkataba kuhusu dawa za kulevya wa mwaka 1961 ambao uliiorodhesha bango sambamba na dawa zingine hatari za kulevya kama heroine.  (...) ”     ♦ Kutembelea ukurasa maalum wa COP26  bofya   hapa. ♦ Iwapo ungependa kupokea taarifa kutoka UN News Kiswahili kila wakati zinapochapishwa jisajili   hapa. ♦ Pia unaweza kupakua  apu  ili kusikiliza matangazo yetu wakati wowote popote ulipo. ♦ Tembelea pia chaneli yetu ya Youtube na pia Soundcloud  na Twitter bangi | marijuana | Dawa za kulevya Taarifa Zihusianazo Matumizi ya bangi kwa tiba bado yana changamoto- INCB Tutumie takwimu za kisayansi kupambana na matumizi ya Dawa za Kulevya: Guterres Heko serikali zilizochukua hatua za kijasiri na kuwezesha watoto kurejea shuleni - UNICEF Maktaba Taarifa kwa watangazaji Viunganishi vya Umoja wa Mataifa Angalizo UN Journal Taarifa za Habari Mikutano Maktaba ya Picha na Video Wasiliana nasi Katibu Mkuu Taarifa zote Safari za kiofisi Kona ya wanahabari Kutoka Twitter ya Katibu Mkuu Msemaji wa UN Nyaraka zote Muhtasari wa mkutano na wanahabari Maandishi ya mkutano na wanahabari Taarifa kwa wanahabari Tupate Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Mawasiliano Rambaza Washirika wetu kwa sasa Umoja wa Mataifa Changia Facebook Twitter YouTube Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media A-Z Site Index Hakimiliki Maswali ya mara kwa Mara Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Kanuni za matumizi Facebook Twitter YouTube SoundCloud Podcast More Socials
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Score: 1186475 - https://news.un.org/sw/story/2020/12/1107372
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COMMUNICATION NO. 2295/2013: DECISION/VIEWS
On 17 June 2008, police conducted a forensic chemical examination of the nails, fingers and mouth of the author’s father and found traces of marijuana. However, he admitted that he had touched the bag of marijuana twice on the day of his arrest, including when the forensics expert asked him to take a pinch from the bag and smell it to confirm it was marijuana. The author’s father subsequently requested an additional forensic examination to verify the traces of marijuana on his fingers. The test results2 confirmed that he had not used marijuana and the traces on his fingers were the result of his contact with the substance on the day of his arrest. (...) Upon inspection, police officers found 114.18 grams of marijuana and 5.98 grams of opium in his car. 4.2 The charges against Mr.
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Score: 1165323.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=CCPR/C/125/D/2295/2013&Lang=E
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Page 3 No. 048/FMC 26/10/1991 (Unofficial Translation) Article 14: It is forbidden to use narcotic drugs and psychotic substances in food and drinks ( such as: marijuana, caffeine, etc). Article 15: Poisonous materials are forbidden in drinks (such as: formanderite, flint, and insecticide).
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Score: 1149608.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_20.pdf
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Article 12: Addicted and nerve-affecting drugs are prohibited for food and beverage mixture (Marijuana, Cafeine [overdose] and others…). Article 13: Hazardous chemicals are prohibited for food and beverage mixture such as: insecticides, sulfur and others.
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Score: 1130898.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lao_e/WTACCLAO4A2_LEG_1.pdf
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