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Costa Rica to focus on against small-scale drug dealing

The new Minister of Public Security, Jorge Torres Carrillo, stated that in the next four years, the Government will focus on the fight against...

Costa Rica arrests narco linked to Mexican cartels

Costa Rican police arrested an alleged drug dealer linked to Mexican cartels who had been wanted by the United States.

In Mexico’s mountains, villagers sow the opium poppies that feed the US heroin boom

Wearing a straw hat, a polo shirt and jeans, Jorge slices the bulbs with a razor blade, releasing a sticky paste -- the raw material of a growing heroin epidemic feeding addicts in the United States and fueling violence in Mexico.

Mexico expands search for 43 missing students, says official

Authorities have expanded the search for 43 missing students in Mexico who vanished after they were abducted by corrupt police in 2014, a government official said.

‘El Chapo’ Guzmán and actress Kate del Castillo talked of ‘dream’ meeting in texts

Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán called actress Kate del Castillo "beautiful," while she confessed her "dream" of meeting him in leaked text messages filled with warm exchanges.

Clash in El Chapo’s hometown leaves 2 dead in Mexico

Mexican forces clashed with suspected organized crime figures in the hometown of fugitive drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, killing two and netting 4.5 tons of marijuana, the Navy said Saturday.

Tales of the disappeared in a Mexico drug state

They are among the 5,000 people who are listed as "disappeared" in Tamaulipas, the northeastern Mexican state with the most missing people in Mexico, where a total of 26,000 have vanished amid a brutal, nearly decade-old drug war.

Alleged Mexican drug lord pleads not guilty in US court

Alleged Mexican drug lord Tirso Martínez Sánchez pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking charges Friday, one day after he was extradited to face the charges in a U.S. court.

Mexico’s Peña Nieto wants expert debate on marijuana legalization

MEXICO CITY – Mexico's president indicated on Monday that his administration could drop its opposition to legalizing marijuana based on results of a debate of experts on the matter.

Italian mafia ‘interested’ in drug trafficking in Costa Rica, says Interpol

Days after Costa Rican authorities arrested seven suspects in connection to an Italian cocaine-smuggling ring, Interpol officers say that mafia groups like the 'ndrangheta are looking to enter the crowded field of drug traffickers in Central America.

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