Paraguayan Prosecutors Indict Senator Linked to Transatlantic Cocaine Trade
The impeachment of Paraguayan Congressman Erico Galeano for connections to drug trafficking shows progress against impunity in the country.
Carlos Pineda, the leading candidate in Guatemala's presidential elections, has been removed from the race on a technicality.
The PCC appears to be providing support to illegal miners in the Yanomami territory in Brazil's northern state of Roraima.
A new study shows how gang recruiters in Mexico target young men who have been exposed to crime at a young age.
Guatemala's military was corrupted by Mexico's CJNG, a former Guatemalan colonel has confirmed during a drug trafficking trial in the US.
Salvatore Mancuso, a leader of Colombia's demobilized paramilitary group the AUC has offered insights into the group's crimes and influence.
Drone attacks carried out by the Familia Michoacana forced hundreds of residents of towns in Guerrero, Mexico, to flee their homes.
The ELN's talks with the government are not going smoothly. Continuing attacks and disagreements about ceasefires have kept Colombia's Total Peace on a knife-edge.
Despite the CJNG moving into Mexico's northern state of Tamaulipas, the Gulf Cartel remains the foremost security threat along the US border.
Some believe the CJNG’s invasion of Tamaulipas is all but a sure thing despite the Gulf Cartel’s historical roots, others are not convinced.
Cocaine trafficked from Suriname into French Guiana and then on to France makes up some 30% of all cocaine consumed in the European nation.
The illegal sale of scrap metal has become another earner for government officials and military figures in Venezuela.
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Several of InSight Crime’s most recent articles about Venezuela have been well received by regional media. Our article on Venezuela’s colectivos expanding beyond their political role to control access to…
For the second week in a row, our investigation into the flow of precursor chemicals for the manufacture of synthetic drugs in Mexico has been cited by multiple regional media…
We are proud to see that our recently published investigation into the supply chain of chemical precursors feeding Mexico’s synthetic drug production has been warmly received.
InSight Crime looked at the various anti-organized crime policies proposed by the candidates in Paraguay’s presidential election, which was won on April 30 by Santiago Peña. Our pre-election coverage was cited…
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