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Reunion: a drug 500 times more powerful than heroin in circulation


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In Reunion, a new, very dangerous drug, 500 times more powerful than heroin, has been circulating for several months. The Regional Health Agency (ARS) has recorded around ten poisonings and three people have died. Where does this potentially deadly substance come from? Reporting.

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