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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
/ CIACS

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