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Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed

International Anti-drug Day saw countries across the world destroy stockpiles of drugs including the Pakistani Anti Narcotics Force

Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed
Pakistani Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) personnel prepare to burn a pile of seized drugs in Quetta on June 26, 2013. Officials burnt the contraband as part of International Anti-drug Day. (AFP/Getty Images)
Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed
Pakistani authorities prepare to burn a pile of seized drugs in the Shahkas area of the Jamrud Khyber Agency, one of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, on June 26, 2013. Officials burnt the contraband as part of International Anti-drug Day. (AFP/Getty Images)
Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed
Pakistani Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) officials torch seized drugs in Lahore on June 26, 2013. Officials burnt the contraband as part of International Anti-drug Day. (AFP/Getty Images)
Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed
A Pakistani Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) personal stands guard near burning drugs in Lahore on June 26, 2013. Officials burnt the contraband as part of International Anti-drug Day. (AFP/Getty Images)
Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed
Pakistani Frontier Corps (FC) personal brake liquor bottles in a ceremony in the Shahkas area of the Jamrud Khyber Agency, one of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, on June 26, 2013. Officials destroyed the contraband as part of International Anti-drug Day. (AFP/Getty Images)
Stockpiles of narcotics destroyed
A Pakistani Frontier Corps (FC) personal throws fuel on a pile of seized drugs burning in the Shahkas area of the Jamrud Khyber Agency, one of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, on June 26, 2013. Officials burnt the contraband as part of International Anti-drug Day. (AFP/Getty Images)