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The first members of a criminal gang said to control much of the drugs trade on Colombia's Eastern Plains have handed themselves to the authorities.
Authorities in Panama say they have broken up a major cocaine trafficking organization that moved drugs from Colombia to Panama and then north to Mexico and the United States
Four of 26 suspects are wanted for extradition to U.S.
Colombia issued a new security plan on Tuesday, vowing to break up criminal gangs, minimize drug trafficking and improve security in the next three years in the world's No. 1 cocaine producer, still wracked by a guerrilla war
More than 5,000 Dominican police officers and soldiers have been fired in the past three years over widespread corruption, including widespread drug trafficking
Drug-trafficking gangs find a promising new home in some of the poorest and most vulnerable countries in the Americas.
Venezuelan authorities arrested three drug traffickers – a Colombian, a Dutch citizen and a Canadian – all of whom had “red alerts” issued for them by Interpol, and they will be expelled from the country in the coming days, Interior Minister Tareck el Aissami said on Sunday
Colombian authorities arrested and expelled a Swedish citizen wanted in his home country to face drug trafficking charges
Guatemala's government has declared a state of siege and sent hundreds of troops to a northern province where officials say a Mexican drug gang is overtaking towns and threatening residents
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has promised to stop the infiltration of drug money into the country's professional football clubs