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Athenians and tourists can now buy cannabis products from a vending machine which was installed earlier this week in the center of the Greek capital.

The pot growth story has mostly focused on developments in Canada and the U.S., but one broker says medical cannabis and wellness products are proving a bigger money spinner than it had expected in Europe.

Global health group appears ready to suggest relaxing treaty language, which could hasten widespread legalization.

Israel has given final approval to a law permitting the export of medical marijuana, a move the government expects will catapult investment in local industry and agriculture.

Teamsters Rail Conference Canada President Lyndon Isaak says all three railroads have adjusted their policies in light of the legalization of cannabis in October.

One industry insider expects shortage to continue until 2022, as more legal cannabis diverted to edibles.

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