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Increased coca cultivation in Peru provides the raw ingredient cocaine traffickers use when pushing into developing markets like Australia.
The cocaine coming from France's territories of Guadeloupe, Martinique, and French Guiana to its mainland have doubled.
As world leaders met for the United Nations General Assembly, Latin American presidents expressed various concerns about organized crime.
Corruption and a lack of traceability allow military munitions to flow into the hands of criminals in Paraguay.
Colombia's President Gustavo Petro has lambasted decades of US anti-drug policy at the United Nations General Assembly.
Accused drug trafficker Sandra Ávila Beltrán is demanding she be paid royalties for the “Queen of the South” Netflix series.
Trinidad and Tobago's homicide rate has past 400 for the year and authorities appear unable to stop it.
Authorities in Arizona are sounding the alarm about the rising use of outsiders as drivers for human smuggling.
Dominican officials have banned 12 Haitian gang leaders and one of its top politicians from entering the country.
Chile has recently seized several new psychoactive substances (NPS), highlighting the growing diversity of its drug markets.
Human traffickers in Argentina are using legitimate business to continue their illicit activities and elude authorities.