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Images of Rio Prison Party Force Tightened Security for Jailed Police

Rio de Janeiro's Military Police plans increase security at a controversial prison unit holding former officers accused of crimes, following the publication of...
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Mexican State Bans Narco-Music

A Mexican governor announced a prohibition on "narcocorridos," songs celebrating drug trafficking, in public venues in his state, turning the fight against...
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Drug Gang Funds Children’s Parties in Mexico

The Mexican drug gang known as the Zetas, who stand accused of beating scores of people to death in Tamaulipas and then dumping their bodies in mass graves, are...
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Narco-Culture Penetrates Mexico’s Social Fabric

From “narcocorridos” to narco-wives, Mexico’s drug war has spilled over into the cultural life of the nation, influencing language and even...
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InSight: A Carnival of Police

Carnival in Latin America means revelry, skin and ‘fiesta,’ or ‘festa’ as you might say in Portuguese. But it also means organized crime. From Rio to...
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Interview: Anabel Hernandez, author of ‘Señores del Narco’

The hottest book in Mexico this Christmas season is called 'Los Señores del Narco' (loosely translated, 'The Drug Traffickers'). Using testimonies and official...