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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Young gang members in Panama
Panama's new president has offered a one-month amnesty period for gang members to disarm and cut... ReadLeer
/ Panama

Panama’s New President Offers Gang Amnesty

Half ton of cocaine seized in Greek port Piraeus
A recent report highlights key changes in Europe's drug market, including the diversification of... ReadLeer
/ Cocaine

Report Tracks New Cocaine Routes into Europe

The war for Juarez cost thousands of lives
A prominent news site has released information suggesting US officials allowed informants from... ReadLeer
/ Juarez Cartel

Did the US Help Sinaloa Cartel Win Turf War?

Members of a Peruvian gang engaged in transnational drug trafficking
Peru has implemented a new law to fight organized crime, providing law enforcement with better... ReadLeer
/ Judicial Reform

New Org Crime Law in Peru Places Powerful Tools in Suspect Hands

Brazil is particularly vulnerable to cyber crime
The discovery of a cyber crime operation in Brazil that may have stolen billions of dollars from... ReadLeer
/ Brazil

Mass Online Theft in Brazil Sheds Light on Scale of Cybercrime

Honduras' migration office
Honduras has created a new National Migration Institute after firing all personnel from the... ReadLeer
/ Honduras

Corruption Prompts Honduras to Replace Migration Agency

Some vigilantes in Mexico have resisted institutionalization
A recent report compares Mexico's security threats to the development and subsequent pacification... ReadLeer
/ European Organized Crime

Lessons from Bulgaria: Can Mexico’s Cartels Be Institutionalized?

Police say the MS13 now traffic drugs from Ecuador
Authorities in El Salvador have identified a number of international drug trafficking routes and... ReadLeer
/ El Salvador

Claims that El Salvador Street Gangs Control Drug Routes Remain Unfounded

Four people were killed in La Paz, El Salvador
Authorities in El Salvador are investigating the possible role of death squads in a spate of recent... ReadLeer
/ Barrio 18

El Salvador Investigating Wave of Possible Death Squad Murders

The police station bombed in Bogota
Colombia's ELN guerrillas have carried out several attacks since announcing their participation in... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

Recent Colombia ELN Attacks May Backfire on Rebel Group

The army killed 22 alleged criminals in the State of Mexico
Mexico's army has killed 22 alleged members of the Guerreros Unidos drug gang, a cartel splinter... ReadLeer
/ Beltran Leyva Org

Mexico Army Kills 22 in Campaign Against Warring Splinter Groups