The brother of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez was arrested Friday on charges of trafficking cocaine, weapons offenses and making a false statement, according to the US Department of Justice.
A news reporter for FOX, Griff Jenkins, has been traveling alongside one of the illegal immigrant caravans on its way to the US.
Gabriel Soriano Kuri was shot and killed as he was returning to the office of his employer, Radio y Televisión de Guerrero, in the Puerto Marqués area of Acapulco, GRO, at 8 PM on October 24, 2018.
The US State Department has issued a travel warning for Nicaragua and are evacuating non-essential embassy personnel.
Brazilians elected the controversial Jair Bolsonaro on Sunday, the conservative figure whose anti-establishment message seems to have resonated with an electorate worn out by years of scandal.
Guatemalan police watch as thousands of Central American migrants broke through a metal gate at the border.
Mexican Marines secretly arrested Los Zetas cartel leader Juan Pablo “El Oaxaco” or “Bravo 1” Perez Garcia in Los Ramones, Nuevo León this weekend. Thought to be the most feared man behind northern Mexico’s most gory violence, Perez Garcia has been transferred to Mexico City, facing multiple charges: organized crime, drug, and weapons charges, according to courageous reporters with Breibart Texas this weekend, a week after a Youtube was published calling for people to honor American journalist Gary Webb, suicided for exposing CIA border drug-running.
El Oaxaco’s arrest remained unofficially announced until Monday morning. Mexican law enforcement officials also revealed that El Oaxaco was a corporal with the Mexican Army before joining Los Zetas during a time when the criminal organization was the enforcement wing of the Gulf Cartel. While part of the Los Zetas, Perez Garcia was a Tamaulipas State Police officer and had also worked as a security guard with Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).