The Colombian National Army struck strong blows against the finances of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in early September by capturing five alleged leaders of extortion rings for the terrorist group.
The Colombian National Army is carrying out operations to protect the country’s infrastructure, including oil producing facilities, in response to attacks by terrorist organizations.
The Colombian National Army continues to foil attacks by the terrorist group the Revolutionary Armed Force of Colombia (FARC) against the civilian population.
There is a global trend among security forces to decentralize authority to give mid-level officials more power to respond quickly to criminal threats.
Honduras is making progress in fighting drug trafficking and violence, and President Juan Orlando Hernández is pledging that security forces will do all they can to improve public safety even more.
The 6th annual Hemispheric Security and Intelligence Forum (FISH) shared experiences and ideals regarding security and intelligence, while continuing to building stronger partnerships among attending nations.
ISIS communication actions are leading to conflict all around the world, including marketing techniques as part of its communication strategy.
Colombian authorities melt firearms to keep them away from the FARC and the ELN
Testing new technologies for disaster response
Nicaraguan Army and National Police seize large amounts of cocaine during ‘Operación
DIRANDRO: Brazilian organized crime group playing major role in Perú's cocaine trade
U.S. SOUTHCOM expo displays technology that can save lives during natural disasters
Central American police partner with the FBI to fight MS-13 and M-18 gangs
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