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31 MAY 2011
A report by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, and the Open Society Foundations, on media coverage of…
The presidents of Mexico and Argentina agreed to increase their cooperation in the fight against organized crime, signing an extradition…
Colombia's government rejected the idea of carrying out a prisoner swap with the FARC, after the guerrilla group publicly called…
Mexicos Justice Department has opened an investigation into a Sunday night grenade attack on the Vanguardia newspaper, in the northern…
The UN high commissioner for human rights warned that the situation of migrants passing through Mexico is a matter of…
With Mexican security forces' arrest of 36 alleged members of the Familia Michoacana drug trafficking organization, and the…
Refugees fleeing towns to escape the fighting, corpses strewn on the road after a battle between rival groups, and combat…
Mexico's authorities have dismantled a large methamphetamine production facility in the southern state of Chiapas, capable of making 150 kilos…
Panama's efforts to stop maritime trafficking in its waters has forced traffickers to use land routes in Costa Rica, according…
A brother of Guatemalan kingpin Jorge Mario Paredes Cordoba, alias "El Gordo," was gunned down along with two associates.
El Salvador's army arrested six soldiers on suspicion of trying to steal more than 1,800 hand grenades to sell to…
A group of U.S. and Colombian think tanks found little progress in Tumaco, a region on Colombia's Pacific…
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