Otoniel, the fallen head of the Urabeños crime syndicate, has pleaded guilty in New York. His trial will mark the end of an era.
The US is losing allies in Latin America just as production of cocaine, fentanyl, and other synthetic drugs is going through the roof.
Colombian President Gustavo Petro's Total Peace plan faces a very tough road ahead. Can over 20 criminal groups really all commit to peace?…
InSight Crime's GameChangers 2022 looks back at the most consequential criminal stories across Latin America this year.
Entrenched criminal groups on the Colombia border keep resisting Venezuelan Army efforts to root them out.
The murders of social leaders in Colombia suggest that some armed groups are not yet entirely committed to the government's peace plans.
Migrants crossing the Darién Gap between Colombia and Panama face extortion, rape, violence, and being forced to carry drugs.
Feuding guerrilla factions for control of Colombia’s coca-rich southern state of Putumayo continue to claim dozens of lives.
The ELN plays a continuing role in facilitating large-scale cattle smuggling between Colombia and Venezuela.
The re-opening of the Colombia-Venezuela border was a momentous occasion. But did it come too early?…
Colombian coca cultivation and potential cocaine production has hit a record high. How will this impact the government's drugs policy?…