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5 Feb 2022
It is still unclear who is behind the attempted coup in Guinea-Bissau. President Embalo claims that the coup plotters wanted to end his fight against drug trafficking. But what about the role of the political elite?
6 Apr 2020
The global coronavirus lockdown is making it hard for Mexican drug cartels to operate. With borders shut and limited air traffic, cartels are turning on each other. Sandra Weiss reports from Mexico City.
4 Jul 2019
Senate to ensure prosecution of airport drug cartels
23 Aug 2017
Mexico┬┤s notorious drug cartels have thrived off drug trafficking, the arms trade and kidnapping as lucrative sources of revenue for years.
16 May 2017
A Mexican journalist renowned for his coverage of organised crime is gunned down, as authorities in the country struggle to contain resurgent bloodshed among warring drug cartels.

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