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Legal access to cannabis in Spain, where the plant remains in a legal gray zone, is still a ways over the horizon, but medical patients in country are hopeful change is underway.
Over the past six years, Eastern European countries have seen an unprecedented rise in the number of patients treating themselves with homemade cannabis extracts.
(CNN) In 2016, more countries legalized the use of marijuana for medicinal or recreational purposes.
More are questioning the effectiveness of the government’s protracted battle against drug cartels; small steps to allow medical marijuana.
A two-year-old boy from west Cork with a rare form of epilepsy has become the first person in the country to be granted a licence allowing him to be treated with cannabis.
Germany is looking primed to become a major producer of medical cannabis since laws were loosened this past summer to allow patients with a doctor's recommendation.
Changes in the United States may be prompting a rethink in Mexico, too—among ordinary people, policymakers and purveyors of pot alike.
Israel's Military Prosecutor plans to revise its policy on marijuana use, and permit IDF soldiers to smoke weed up to five times, as long as they're off-duty when they do so, Haaretz has learned.
Their position on marijuana is hardly the only difference between Canada's prime minister and the president-elect of the United States.
Medicinal cannabis crops on the outskirts of Perth will become a reality in 2017.