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EPP members' Facebook pages, via ABC
A series of actions by rebels of the Paraguayan People's Army (EPP) suggest that the group are... ReadLeer
/ EPP

‘Paraguay’s Rebel Army Burn Ranch, Launch Facebook Campaign’

Guerrero, which now leads Mexico in drug violence
The southern Mexican state of Guerrero had the country’s highest number of murders linked to... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

Border State Chihuahua No Longer Leads Mexico Drug Killings

Alias "Sebastian" after his capture
Medellin mafia boss “Sebastian,” who was captured in August, has been moved to Colombia’s... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

‘Sebastian’ Moved to Max Security Prison to Break Medellin Mafia Command

Gun allegedly sold by a Salvadoran ex-colonel
Salvadoran prosecutors have accused a retired army coronel once in charge of its weapons stockpile... ReadLeer
/ Arms Trafficking

Salvadoran Ex-Colonel Charged with Illegal Gun Sales

A Bolivian soldier guards cocaine seized from a Santa Cruz laboratory in February
Bolivian police believe foreign drug trafficking organizations operating in the country are working... ReadLeer
/ Bolivia

Foreign Cartels ‘Subcontract’ Bolivian Crime Families

Mexican soldiers deployed to fight drug gangs in Ciudad Juarez
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime's (UNODC) latest report on the state of organized... ReadLeer
/ Infographics

UN Report Highlights Regional Consequences of Mexico’s Drug War