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Karzai may have drug problem: Ex UN envoy

Tue Apr 6, 11:46 am ET

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Afghan President Hamid Karzai's "mental stability" is in doubt and he may even be taking illegal drugs, a former top UN envoy to the war-torn country told MSNBC television on Tuesday.

"He's prone to tirades, he can be very emotional, act impulsively. In fact, some of the palace insiders say that he has a certain fondness for some of Afghanistan's most profitable exports," Peter Galbraith told the US network.

Asked to back up his claim, the former UN deputy head of mission in Afghanistan replied: "There are reports to that effect, but whatever the cause is, the reality is he can be very emotional."

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