Honduras authorities' captured four men for the March murder of activist Berta Cáceres -- two of which have direct ties to the hydroelectric company she and others have been battling in western Honduras -- and indicated there may have been a larger conspiracy at play.
A UN verification mission is expected to play a vital role in an expected cease-fire between the FARC and the Government of Colombia. Adam Isacson, the Washington Office on Latin America's senior associate for regional security, examines what form the United Nation's presence is likely to take.
An obscure figure connected to the MS13 may hold the key to understanding just how much the street gang has evolved in Honduras, and whether it is really making the leap into international drug trafficking.
A judge in Florida has found probable cause for forfeiture proceedings involving four aircraft linked to influential El Salvador businessman José Enrique Rais following an initial investigation by local law enforcement and the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).