Balkan drug trafficker, Edin Gačanin, is but the latest member of a so-called Super Cartel to be arrested in Dubai in recent months.
Sanctions from the US and Canada are targeting Haiti's long history of patronage between political parties and violent gangs.
InSight Crime sat down with Suriname's President Chan Santokhi to discuss the multiple criminal challenges ahead for the country.
The Venezuelan government has placed and rogue mining gangs in its crosshairs, as the military is deployed in Bolívar.
Sanctions are turning the screw on Haiti's major gangs and leaders, who fuel constant violence in the country.
Across the countries that share the Amazon basin, corruption that facilitates environmental crime is an open secret.
Mothers searching for their disappeared loved ones in Mexico face increasing threats and killings.
The trial of Genaro García Luna, Mexico's public security minister during the presidency of Felipe Calderón, is fast approaching.
Honduras has freed dozens of individuals tied to organized crime a year after reforming its money laundering law.
Rodolfo Delgado, El Salvador's Attorney General, may have worrying connections to Jorge Manuel Vega Knight, an alleged money launderer and MS13 collaborator…
A new report by Paraguay’s Congress has connected former president, Horacio Cartes, to a raft of crimes.
An arms trafficking investigation involving the Episcopal Church has caused a scandal in Haiti.
Homicides and drug trafficking are pushing up crime levels in Uruguay and authorities are unable to stop it.