Summarizes recent ombudsman (Defensoría) alerts about the threats to the population of southwestern Antioquia department resulting from increased organized crime and neo-paramilitary activity.
Examines how Mexican drug trafficking organizations have financed and linked up with Colombian counterparts during the post-accord period.
Sounds the alarm about the growing presence of the Gulf Clan and Pachencas neo-paramilitary groups in three Caribbean coast departments.
A look at recent changes in Colombia’s cocaine market, coca production, armed group participation, and transshipment patterns.
The multi-part story of alias “Memo Fantasma,” a paramilitary drug trafficker with a long history and a low profile, who appears to have gotten away with it.