We often hear about "Jihadists flooding the west with heroin", or "ISIS making billions through drug trafficking" – but we rarely see much actual evidence.
When Nara flew to Iraq from London for her grandmother's funeral, she found her grandmother very much alive, and her father furious at her for becoming "too Westernised".
In most parts of the world HIV infections and deaths from Aids have been falling, but in Muslim-majority regions new HIV infections have been on the rise since 2001.
An investigation, from an American perspective, into why Special K has never really picked up traction as a party drug in the US.
An interview with the man who owned the UK's biggest legal high wholesale business.
Meet filmmaker Phillip Wood, who turned his lens onto his father to patch up their broken relationship and understand substance abuse disorders.
Last week it was revealed Richard Nixon had launched his war on drugs to target people he didn't like – but he's not the only one to use narcotics as a hammer to beat his enemies with.
Governments around the world aren't making any great strides, so it looks like drug users are going to have to take it upon themselves.
Xyrem, GHB's Big Pharma brother, is one of the most effective treatments for narcolepsy – only, it's near-impossible to get hold of, leading to fears that sufferers might start to self-medicate with drugs bought off the dark web.
LSD's popularity is increasing, so we spoke to an expert about its effects.
Every couple of weeks there are reports of heroin users appearing at court to face shoplifting charges. We spent a day with a couple of them to get an insight into their world.
It's the Jeykll and Hyde of recreational drugs: take the right dose and its euphoric; take a miligram too much and it becomes deadly.