Corruption, no supervision, and poor legislation have led to Latin American military weapons ending up in criminal hands.
As world leaders met for the United Nations General Assembly, Latin American presidents expressed various concerns about organized crime.
Corruption and a lack of traceability allow military munitions to flow into the hands of criminals in Paraguay.
Brazil's largest gang, the PCC, could be trying to take over the marijuana business in neighboring Paraguay.
Brazil’s anti-contraband operations on the Paraguay border are upsetting Paraguayans and doing little to stop smuggling.
Paraguay has seen yet another prison escape, with dozens of inmates fleeing. How can this end?…
Former Paraguay president, Horacio Cartes, is accused of money laundering at home, with US authorities also on his tail.
Pressure from the US and at home may finally strip away the impunity enjoyed by Paraguay's powerful former president, Horacio Cartes.
Paraguayan authorities have dismantled a network of pharmacies that illegally sold morphine and fentanyl.
Authorities in Paraguay and Brazil have recently stepped up activities targeting contraband flows through lake Itaipú, from where all manner of merchandise is smuggled, from drugs, arms and cigarettes to…
Tusi, a pink synthetic drug powder, is increasing its share of Latin America's drug markets.
Why did drug trafficking enjoy such a boom during the COVID-19 pandemic…