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Last year, Latin America has seen terrible increases in drug production and profits as well as violence and homicides, and it´s no coincidence that they go hand in hand.

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“The government has only processed 12 of the 34 measures that had been agreed to for the first year of the peace process,” denounced the coordinator of the report, Joaquín Sánchez, during a press conference held in the European Parliament.

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The current condition of journalists in Mexico is precarious, and far too often results in death or displacement.

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Drug-related crimes continue to plague the region; a recent car bombing near a police precinct in Ecuador shows the new, dynamic threats and reach of drug trafficking in the region.

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Central America continues to be characterized by high levels of violence.

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Several national and international entities have spoken out after two journalists were murdered and found on a farm in Suchitepéquez.

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El Salvador is facing a problematic and complex reconstruction from a long and costly civil war.

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Carlos Negret recently warned, “There is supposed activity with the Sinaloa Cartel, which is the one that finances these gangs and the Gaitanista Self-Defense Forces.”

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President Juan Manuel Santos suspended talks with Colombia’s last-standing guerrilla group after three attacks killed seven police officers and injured 50.

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Mexico is facing a crisis of high levels of violence.

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