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Monthly Archives: December 2010

A U.S. government cable from Madrid, Spain, released by the whistle-blower site WikiLeaks and... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

WikiLeaks: Mexican Groups Now Control European Drug Routes

Mexican authorities are investigating the disappearance of 50 migrants after initially denying that... ReadLeer
/ Human Smuggling

Mexico Investigates Disappearance of Migrants

Colombian authorities have released information on a computer seized from the commander of the... ReadLeer

Computer Shows FARC Links to Sinaloa Cartel

In a meeting with U.S. Embassy Officials just months before the extradition of the local drug lord... ReadLeer
/ Caribbean

WikiLeaks: Jamaica Mayor Says ‘Vacuum’ Would Follow Extradition

InSight Crime brings you part of statement issued Sunday by the Network for Global Transformation,... ReadLeer
/ Kidnapping

Kidnappers: ‘Diego Cevallos is an Operator of the Neoliberal Oligarchy’

The mystery surrounding the kidnapping of Diego Fernandez de Cevallos, a leader in the National... ReadLeer
/ Kidnapping

Top 3 Suspects in Kidnapping of ‘Jefe’ Diego in Mexico

Diego Fernandez de Cevallos, a former Senator, presidential candidate, and longtime political... ReadLeer
/ Kidnapping

‘Jefe’ Diego Free in Mexico, But Mystery Remains

Guatemala's government declared a state of siege in the embattled state of Alta Verapaz on Sunday,... ReadLeer
/ Guatemala

Guatemala Declares State of Siege in Alta Verapaz

Thieves tapping into an oil pipeline caused a huge explosion Sunday that killed at least 28 people... ReadLeer
/ Infographics

InSight Map: Oil Pipeline Theft in Mexico

In July 2009, the Eastern District of New York filed an indictment against Vicente Carrillo... ReadLeer
/ El Viceroy

US Indictment of Vicente Carrillo Fuentes

A new report by the Knight Foundation examines journalists killed due to their investigations into... ReadLeer

Knight Foundation: Murders of Journalists in Latin America Tied to Investigations into Organized Crime

After a 24-hour strike by doctors in Ciudad Juarez, the government has promised more security for... ReadLeer
/ Juarez Cartel

Govt Promises to Protect Juarez Doctors After Strike