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Reports indicate that Mexican drug cartels have set up clandestine air strips for drug shipments in isolated regions in northern Argentina.
Argentina's government reportedly sent a representative to Rio de Janeiro to take a tour of the new community policing model implemented in some of the most lawless areas of the…
bAn Argentine judge has warned of the possible emergence a new drug trafficking route from Buenos Aires to Doha, the capital of the Middle Eastern state of Qatar.
Reports from Argentina claim that a member of Mexican drug gang the Zetas has been arrested the country, after a police operation against a drug trafficking gang.
Reports that two of Colombias most wanted drug traffickers traveled to Argentina to hold talks are only the latest evidence that the country is being used as a hideout and…
More than 1,300 labor and sex trafficking victims rescued in Argentina since 2008 are foreign nationals, according to statistics released by the government.
While crack cocaine has declined in popularity in the U.S., its use is increasing in Latin America, spreading to non-coca producing countries like Brazil and Argentina.
Bolivia is set to install a radar security system on its border to better monitor its airspace and fight drug trafficking.
Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner has announced the launch of a program to control the movement of aircraft leaving and entering the countrys northern airspace, in an attempt to improve security.
Argentina's authorities arrested four suspected members of a gang, two of them from China, who allegedly targeted Chinese establishments for extortion in the area around Buenos Aires.
The presidents of Mexico and Argentina agreed to increase their cooperation in the fight against organized crime, signing an extradition treaty at a meeting in Mexico.
Reports that Sinaloa Cartel boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, alias "El Chapo," lived in Argentina until March 2011 have sparked new speculation about the fugitive capos whereabouts.
22 SEP 2023
This week InSight Crime investigators Sara García and María Fernanda Ramírez led a discussion of the challenges posed by Colombian President Gustavo Petro’s “Total Peace” plan within urban contexts. The…
15 SEP 2023
InSight Crime’s work on emerging coca cultivation in Honduras, Guatemala, and Venezuela was cited in the Colombian government’s…
8 SEP 2023
Investigators Victoria Dittmar and María Fernanda Ramírez discussed InSight Crime’s recent investigation of a massacre in Honduras’ only women’s prison in a Twitter Spaces event on…
1 SEP 2023
Leading Mexican media outlet El Universal featured our most recent investigation, “The Geography of Human Trafficking on the US-Mexico Border,” on the front page of its August 30…
25 AUG 2023
This week, Jeremy McDermott, co-director of InSight Crime, was interviewed by La Sexta, a Spanish television channel, about the situation of extreme violence and insecurity in Ecuador…