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With cartels like the CJNG muscling in on illegal mining in Michoacán, Mexico, Indigenous community members continue to suffer.
Otoniel, the fallen head of the Urabeños crime syndicate, has pleaded guilty in New York. His trial will mark the…
Corrupt Navy troops in Ecuador can be highly useful for drug traffickers, either to protect cocaine shipments or to simply…
As American-made guns continue to flood the Caribbean, heads of state are demanding that the US do more to stem the…
A string of large cocaine seizures in Jamaica suggests the island is becoming a central hub for trafficking to the…
Podocarpus Natural Park in southern Ecuador is only the most recent one to be threatened by encroaching gold miners.
Chile's lucrative copper industry is beleaguered by daring attacks on trains carrying tons of copper through the desert.
A long-touted police reform in Venezuela would likely have a limited impact on rampant corruption in the ranks.
The trial of Mexico’s former top public security official will reveal shortcomings in the fight against organized crime.
Record seizures of cocaine in Portugal have raised fears Brazil's PCC may be getting increasingly involved.
Dutch authorities have seized three Mexican drug loads at Schiphol Airport, marking a new trafficking trend for Europe.
Peru's largest seaport handles millions of tons of cargo annually, a fact that cocaine traffickers are using to their advantage.