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Monthly Archives: April 2018

The refusal of Mexico's government to recognize agreements between a Catholic bishop and organized... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

Truce With Criminal Groups Pits Bishop Against Mexico Government

Residents of Rio de Janeiro say they support the use of the military as a measure to tackle rising... ReadLeer
/ Brazil

Rio Residents Support Military Intervention, but Doubt It Will Help

Former Guatemala dictator and legislator Efraín Ríos Montt is dead, but he left behind a... ReadLeer

How Ríos Montt Won the War in Guatemala

The recent arrest in Colombia of two veteran air traffic controllers linked to Mexico's Sinaloa... ReadLeer
/ Colombia

Colombia Arrests Air Traffic Controllers With Sinaloa Cartel Links

InSight Crime’s March 28 article, “Cracks in Mexico’s CJNG Could Lead to Avalanche of... ReadLeer
/ Jalisco Cartel

Correction to InSight Crime’s March 28 CJNG Article

Voters in Costa Rica just chose their next president, but the incoming head of state doesn't seem... ReadLeer
/ Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s Next President Lacks Plan to Tackle Rising Insecurity

Guatemala is on the verge of electing a new attorney general. The first filter in the selection... ReadLeer
/ Elites and Organized Crime

University Deans and Guatemala’s Convoluted Road to a New Attorney General