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Despite its inflammatory title, "Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars" is a thoughtful... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico’s Drug Wars

The resignation of Rio de Janeiro's police chief in the wake of the murder of a judge, allegedly... ReadLeer
/ Brazil

Rio Police Chief Steps Down, As City Steps Up Security

Peru's government plans to spend $20 million on software which will allow the authorities to track... ReadLeer
/ Peru

Peru’s Humala to Invest in Software to Track Drug Chemicals

bAn Argentine judge has warned of the possible emergence a new drug trafficking route from Buenos... ReadLeer
/ Argentina

Judge Warns of New Buenos Aires-Doha Drug Route

A high ranking member of Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel, imprisoned in the United States, has won... ReadLeer
/ El Mayo

Sinaloa Trafficker Complains of Conditions in Chicago Jail

Reports from Argentina claim that a member of Mexican drug gang the Zetas has been arrested the... ReadLeer
/ Argentina

‘Zetas’ Member Arrested in Argentina

The release of a new video showing an armed group calling themselves the "Zeta Killers" confirms... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

The ‘Zeta Killers’ and the Rise of Narco-Horror

Indigenous and Afro-Colombian protesters forced the authorities to suspend aerial fumigation of... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

Colombia Suspends Coca Spraying in Northwest Amid Protests

Two men described as trusted associates of Ciudad Juarez police chief Julian Leyzaola were shot... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

2 Confidantes of Juarez Police Chief Gunned Down in a Weekend

Five decomposing human heads were left in a sack outside a school in Acapulco, southern Mexico, as... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

Severed Heads Left Outside School in Acapulco, Mexico

Paraguay’s House of Representatives indefinitely postponed the declaration of a state of emergency... ReadLeer
/ EPP

Paraguay Congress Blocks Emergency Measures After Rebel Attack

Some analysts point to higher salaries as a way to reduce corruption among Mexico's police, but... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

Pay Rises Alone won’t Break Chain of Police Corruption