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Eighty-five percent of goods seized from suspected narco-traffickers in Bolivia are later returned, according to a report by the government.
Two Colombian local politicians, both members of the Liberal Party, were murdered Saturday in a town close to…
Drug trafficking has made only a minor contribution to Colombia's economy, according to one Bogota academic, who says…
Colombia signed a security pact with Peru and also asked Venezela to better monitor the shared border region, in a…
In a May 13 interview with Infobae America, the governor of Rio de Jaineiro says that the city…
An armed gang has overrun the mayor's office in a northern Mexican town, reports Milenio.
A Guatemalan court acquitted former President Alfonso Portillo of corruption charges, in a major blow to the credibility of the…
A Colombian think tank has published a book about the business networks used by paramilitary group the AUC, showing how…
Mexico's federal government has sent 500 extra soldiers to Tamaulipas to reinforce security in the crime-ridden border state,…
Brazil's authorities are concerned about the increasing number of refugees from Haiti flooding into the country, traveling over routes more…
To mark the third anniversary of the extradition of 14 of Colombia's former top paramilitary commanders to the U.S.,…
In one week Mexico has seen the army called in to break up a deadly riot in one prison, and…
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