Australian appetite for drugs feeds billion dollar trade that threatens Tonga, other islands, through smuggling and domestic abuse

    Tonga is the victim of the appetite for methamphetamine and cocaine in Australia and New Zealand, according to an investigation by the Guardian. The report by Kate Lyons, said Tonga, Samoa, Fiji were suffering because of addiction, corruption and violence caused by trans-Pacific smuggling and a growing domestic appetite for the drug. However, the Guardian…


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