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After the release of Narcoleaks' article on world production and seizures of cocaine, the White House marked the whistleblower's analysis as "flawed". Yet, figures speak for themselves.
A cry of desperation ran through Mexican streets last Wednesday when thousands people marched in protest against the unbearable violence that deprived the life of 40.000 in the past four years.
A collaboration between Iranian and British forces in order to counter the drug trade from Afghanistan to Europe through Iran has now been revealed.
Bikie gangs and organised crime groups are believed to have foiled police attempts to tap their phones by importing untraceable, encrypted BlackBerrys from Mexico.
The murder of a photography intern at a prominent Mexican newspaper earlier this month has finally prompted Mexican media to stand up to the drug cartels
Top United Nations officials underscored the urgency of combating organised crime, which a new report has found is gaining in global reach and posing a greater threat to peace, development and even national sovereignty, the UN News Service said
After 40 years, the United States’ war on drugs has cost $1 trillion and hundreds of thousands of lives, and for what? Drug use is rampant and violence even more brutal and widespread