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Chewing Khat Increasingly Popular Among Ethiopiansi
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April 30, 2013 12:39 PM
The cultural tradition of chewing khat, a leaf that is a mild narcotic, is on the rise in Ethiopia. The East African nation is one of the world's chief exporters of the crop, earning hundreds of millions of dollars a year. Marthe van der Wolf reports from Addis Ababa.

Chewing Khat Increasingly Popular Among Ethiopians

Published April 30, 2013

The cultural tradition of chewing khat, a leaf that is a mild narcotic, is on the rise in Ethiopia. The East African nation is one of the world's chief exporters of the crop, earning hundreds of millions of dollars a year. Marthe van der Wolf reports from Addis Ababa.


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