Money laundering cases tied to drug trafficking in Uruguay have almost doubled in the past five years, according to a new government report, raising concerns that criminal organizations are taking…
Mounting homicides and increased drug trafficking have raised concerns about organized crime in Uruguay. Recent studies presented to the Ministry of the Interior came to mixed conclusions: Uruguay is unlikely…
Sebastián Marset, a drug trafficker from Uruguay, is on the run after he was found living under a false identity in Bolivia.
Countries across Latin America continue to make stubbornly little progress in the fight against corruption.
Villa Española and Peñarol in Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo, have become the center of fighting between local drug trafficking gangs.
Homicides and drug trafficking are pushing up crime levels in Uruguay and authorities are unable to stop it.
A number of scandals involving officials within the government have raised concerns about rising corruption in Uruguay.
Uruguay is becoming an increasingly popular stop along the cocaine pipeline to Europe. But authorities are struggling to respond.
The consequences of illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing are immediate and enormous across Latin America and the Caribbean.
Synthetic drugs like methamphetamine, fentanyl, and ecstasy are reshaping Latin America's drug trade.
Is Uruguay ready to bring down its first serious criminal threat, the Primer Cartel Uruguayo, and its founder, Sebastián Marset?…