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InSight Crime presented two events on organized crime at a United Nations conference in Vienna.
Honduras has freed dozens of individuals tied to organized crime a year after reforming its money laundering law.
A new report has investigated claims that the purity of cocaine available in North America is continuously decreasing.
Rodolfo Delgado, El Salvador's Attorney-General, may have worrying connections to an alleged money launderer and MS13 collaborator.
Murders in Esmeraldas, northern Ecuador, have exploded. Gangs battling for control of drug trafficking routes are to blame.
Fishing vessels are harvesting smaller marine species in Ecuador as the demand for fishmeal is drawing the attention of illegal…
In Sinaloa, Mexico, the uptick in forced disappearances is linked to one dynamic more than any other: synthetic drugs.
The ELN plays a continuing role in facilitating large-scale cattle smuggling between Colombia and Venezuela.
Bolivia's cocaine trade is on the up. Originally a coca leaf cultivator, Bolivia has moved to cocaine production.
A new report by Paraguay’s Congress has connected former president, Horacio Cartes, to a raft of crimes.
The re-opening of the Colombia-Venezuela border was a momentous occasion. But did it come too early?…
Colombian coca cultivation and potential cocaine production has hit a record high. How will this impact the government's drugs policy?…