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Officers in Mexico's military will be fitted with helmet cameras
Mexico's military is to introduce body cameras for soldiers as part of efforts to rebuild a human... ReadLeer
/ Human Rights

Mexico Military Responds to Human Rights Scandals with Helmet Cameras

Venezuela's drastic measures to secure its border with Colombia have now reached the southern state... ReadLeer
/ Venezuela

Venezuela Border Crack Down Hits Guerrilla Territory

Colombia's second-largest guerrilla group has carried out its deadliest attack in years by killing... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

ELN Commander Flexes Military Muscle in Colombia Ambush

US authorities are investigating PdVSA
Authorities in the US have launched investigations into Venezuela’s state-owned oil company on... ReadLeer
/ Elites and Organized Crime

US Expands Probe of Venezuela PdVSA to Money Laundering

Raul Mijango with 2 gang leaders
The following is part two of El Faro's interview with Raul Mijango. In the interview, Mijango -- a... ReadLeer
/ El Salvador

Promoter of Talks with El Salvador’s Gangs Loses Faith (Part 2)

Guatemala's President-Elect Jimmy Morales Votes
Results are mostly in for mayoral, gubernatorial and presidential elections in Argentina, Colombia... ReadLeer
/ Argentina

Elections and Organized Crime: 4 Takeaways

Jose Adalid Gonzalez after his arrest
The arrest of a mayor in Honduras on charges of multiple homicide draws attention to the larger... ReadLeer
/ Elites and Organized Crime

Honduras Arrest Highlights Importance of Being Mayor

Raul Mijango, key promoter of the El Salvador gang truce
The name “Raul Mijango” annoys a significant portion of society, but an undeniable fact... ReadLeer
/ El Salvador

Promoter of Talks with El Salvador’s Gangs Loses Faith (Part 1)

Cost of crime and violence in Latin America eats up a significant chunk of GDP
An in-depth study into the costs of crime and violence in Latin America concludes that they have a... ReadLeer
/ Chile

High Cost Of Crime In Latin America: Report

Funeral for a Venezuela police officer
More than 100 Venezuelan policemen have been killed in the metropolitan area of Caracas so far this... ReadLeer
/ Venezuela

Over 110 Caracas Police Officers Killed in 2015

El Salvador President Salvador Sanchez Ceren
El Salvador has reportedly rejected the establishment of a proposed United Nations-backed... ReadLeer
/ El Salvador

El Salvador Refuses UN Anti-Corruption Body

Mexico's cartels continue to flaunt their engineering capabilities with the discovery of a drug... ReadLeer
/ Jalisco Cartel

New Mexico “Narcotunnel” Again Showcases Cartels Engineering Skills