(Even more here)


The Colombian high court decision setting back any possible use of aerial herbicide fumigation in coca zones “is, above all, the result of the struggle of social and peasant organizations to avoid repeating the horrors experienced with fumigations.”

17 social leaders killed in the first 33 days of the year in Colombia. I don’t hear the Duque administration talking about it, do you?


Eight years ago, Juan Orlando Hernandez was lauded in the U.S. as a president who was bringing homicide rates down. Eight days ago, he was still president of Honduras. Now, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman wants him on the U.S. narcotics kingpins list.


The AMLO government is moving ahead with its plan to move the nation’s new national super-police force fully under the command of its Defense Department.


One-third of all people killed in Venezuela are killed by the security forces.