Increased coca cultivation in Peru provides the raw ingredient cocaine traffickers use when pushing into developing markets like Australia.
The cocaine coming from France's territories of Guadeloupe, Martinique, and French Guiana to its mainland have doubled.
Colombia's President Gustavo Petro has lambasted decades of US anti-drug policy at the United Nations General Assembly.
Trinidad and Tobago's homicide rate has past 400 for the year and authorities appear unable to stop it.
Uruguay is becoming an increasingly popular stop along the cocaine pipeline to Europe. But authorities are struggling to respond.
César Peralta, alias "El Abusador," became the most powerful and well-connected drug trafficker in the Dominican Republic.
The port of Caucedo, the Dominican Republic's main maritime entry point, is trying to fight back against a wave of cocaine.
Peru coca prices are low. And that's leading to potential cocaine production in Bolivia.
InSight Crime charts the history of cocaine from agricultural extract to the basis of global criminal empires.
Cocaine in Australia remains difficult to access, with traffickers either selling low-quality or entirely fake doses.
Portugal has seized a blizzard of cocaine in recent months, underscoring the country's role as a major drug hub.
Narco ambulances in Colombia aren't new, but a recent rash of discoveries suggests that they are back in vogue with drug trafficking gangs.