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Peru: Terrorist Group Linked to Colombian Cartel

Peru's authorities can't seem to put out the last flicker of the Sendero Luminoso insurgency. They now claim to have uncovered evidence that the neo-Senderistas are in league with one of the re-organized Colombian cocaine cartels, ironically known as the "Caf...

Colombia: Peace Process in Jeopardy?

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos on May 9 called upon his National Drug Council to halt the spraying of glyphosate on suspected coca fields following its recent reclassification as a carcinogen by the World Health Organization.

Colombia: DEA Agents in New Prostitution Scandal

DEA agents in Colombia held sex parties with prostitutes hired by narco-traffickers, according to an investigation by the US Justice Department released March 26.

Colombia: Peace Efforts May Bear Fruit

Colombians made history March 8, as tens of thousands took to the streets in cities and towns nationwide—joined by Colombian ex-pats and immigrants in the US, Canada, Europe and elsewhere—to show their support for peace talks between the government and FA...

DEA Agents Had "Sex Parties" Paid for by Drug Cartels

A shocking new report alleges that DEA agents assigned to overseas operations utilized government-funded quarters to throw "sex parties" with hookers that were paid for by local drug cartels.

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