Argentine singer Facundo Cabrals murder in Guatemala last year sparked an investigation which spans the hemisphere. Plaza Publica reports that his alleged killer may be ensnared in a wider conspiracy,…
Since the 1990s, Colombian trafficking groups have ceded much of their international networks to Mexican organizations, taking on a smaller role in the business. However, drug gang the Rastrojos are…
A man accused of plotting the attack that killed Argentine singer Facundo Cabral, who was shot dead in Guatemala in July last year, has been arrested in Colombia.
Colombia think tank Indepaz has released its 2011 study on the narco-paramilitary gangs known as 'criminal bands' or BACRIMs, arguing that the groups have expanded their activity across the country.
Police confiscated a 3.6 ton load of extra-potent marijuana in the southwest Valle del Cauca department, a plant which is becoming an increasingly big money-maker for armed groups.
Colombian naval forces seized more than 1.5 tons of cocaine thought to belong to the FARC and the Rastrojos in the southwestern department of Nariño.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed rumors that the leaders of the Rastrojos drug gang are negotiating their surrender with the US.
Colombian authorities have announced the capture of 27 members of drug gang the Rastrojos, who were reportedly working in partnership with the ELN rebel group.