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At the annual assembly of the Inter-American Press Association, journalists from all over Latin America released a…
In Medellin, once the epicenter of the countrys drug-fueled conflict, violence is again on the rise.
The Bolivian government announced on Monday that it has located the six regions in which most of the…
A new report in Americas Quarterly cites the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) as a major…
Mexican authorities on Friday announced that after a six-hour firefight in the northern city of Matamoros, they had killed…
After the mysterious disappearance of twenty men apparently on vacation in Acapulco, Guerrero more than five weeks ago,…
Speaking at the opening ceremony of a newly-constructed border checkpoint in northern Sonora on Friday, Mexican President Felipe Calderón stressed…
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe has been subpoenaed by a US federal court to testify about his knowledge…
In a dramatic police crackdown last Thursday in Atlanta, Georgia, US officials arrested 45 people suspected of distributing drugs for…
Mexican Marines seized 230 40mm grenades used for grenade launchers in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexicos El Universal newspaper …
The Associated Press reports that a fifth US citizen has been killed this week in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, the embattled…
BBC reports on the discovery of a tunnel connecting Mexico and the United States in the Tijuana…
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