Center will teach dogs to detect drugs, explosives, cash and other evidence of crimes.
The aircraft of rival forces flew battle missions in the skies above the Atacama desert in northern Chile over the course of 11 days this month – but not a single shot was fired. The battles appeared dramatic, but they weren’t real. They were part of the
Central American countries are coordinating their efforts and exchanging information to prevent outbreaks of the deadly Ebola virus.
The government of Chile continues to respond to the September 8 terrorist attack in Santiago on multiple fronts, ramping up metro station security while proposing a special prosecutor’s office and expanded intelligence operations.
The Colombian National Army has intensified its operations against outlaw armed groups that dig illegal mines – an activity that damages the environment.
Agents with the National Police of Peru (PNP), including investigators with the elite Genesis Group recently acted quickly to capture three members of an armed robbery gang known as The Gunmen of Callao.
The Colombian National Army is charged with protecting the country’s civilian population, and it recently extended that role into health care provision by providing medical treatment in the municipality of La Gloria, in the Department of Cesar.
The terrorist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) planned a massive extortion scheme this year to alleviate its severe financial problems, according to e-mails analyzed by Colombian security forces in recent months.
FARC weakened and undergoing a severe economic crisis
Chilean Police prepare to launch major initiative against microtrafficking
Colombian National Police dismantle prison-based extortion scheme
Latin American health officials prepares to fight Ebola
Nicaragua builds prisons with money seized from drug traffickers
Colombian musical artists sing for peace
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