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Venezuela is altering its gun policy in an effort to stem the alarming level of street violence,... ReadLeer
/ Arms Trafficking

Venezuela Tries to Curb Increasingly Trigger-Happy Culture

Colombian authorities seized assets valued at $250 million in an operation targeting members of the... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

Colombia Seizes $250M Assets Linked to ‘El Chapo’

Honduras’ security and defense ministers met with their Jamaican counterparts in Tegucigalpa to... ReadLeer
/ Caribbean

Jamaica, Honduras Sign Security Pact to Fight Organized Crime

Honduras’ National Commission for Human Rights reports that 23 journalists have been murdered in... ReadLeer
/ Honduras

Honduras: 23 Journalists Murdered Since 2007

A troop surge has bought relative peace to a small north Mexican town which has seen hundreds of... ReadLeer
/ Infographics

Ending the Zetas Killing Spree: An Invisible Success Story

A handwritten letter sent from Jamaican druglord Christopher "Dudus" Coke to his trial judge,... ReadLeer
/ Caribbean

Jamaican Drug Lord ‘Dudus’ Coke Asks For Leniency

Programs to rebuild the social fabric of troubled border city Juarez, one of the most violent in... ReadLeer
/ Brazil

From Juarez to Rio, Social Programs Can Reduce Violence

Colombian ex-beauty queen Angela Sanclemente
Reports that two of Colombia’s most wanted drug traffickers traveled to Argentina to hold talks... ReadLeer
/ Argentina

Argentina: A Haven for Colombian Narcos?

In an effort to prevent criminals from using their newspapers to promote the services of women who... ReadLeer
/ Human Trafficking

Mexico Newspapers Ban Sex Ads, to Fight Human Trafficking

The bodies of 35 alleged Zetas members were left beneath an underpass in downtown Veracruz, south... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

35 Dead ‘Zetas’ Dumped on Busy Street in Veracruz, Mexico

The Mexican army captured a man they say is a key deputy of the Caballeros Templarios drug gang in... ReadLeer
/ Knights Templar

Mexico Claims Capture of Top Caballeros Templarios Boss

Bolivia plans to turn some of the excess coca grown in the country into fertilizer, to prevent it... ReadLeer
/ Bolivia

Bolivia to Turn Excess Coca into Fertilizer