Pablo Escobar's hippos have found a suitable home between Medellín and Bogotá. At dusk, they have ample grazing areas. See more information about the hippopotamuses.
Which is the Most Powerful Cartel in Mexico? The Sinaloa Cartel is the most powerful cartel in Mexico, according to the DEA. Check out the full overview here.
On September 14, U.S. Senators asked the Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, to suspend the sale of arms to the Mexican Navy and Mexican police, arguing that mismanagement leads to human rights abuses and a lack of transparency in the end users.
There are hundreds of Haitian and Central American migrants who continue to arrive in Veracruz in search of reaching the United States; the constant siege by organized crime, however, has caused them to look for new routes to reach their destination. Xalapa is one of them.
In 1968 the painter Sofia Bassi turned herself over to the police for the murder of her son-in-law, Count Cesare D'Aquequarone, husband of her daughter Claire. She argued that it had been an accident.
After serving half of his original sentence, Jesús Alfredo Beltrán Guzmán, alias "Mochomito" obtained a judicial benefit that allowed him to leave the Puente Grande prison.
The formal indictment charges Chávez-Gastelum "Don Angel" with 12 crimes, including drug trafficking, drug importation, and money laundering.
Néstor Tarazona Enciso, leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, is arrested in Colombia. He has been investigated as responsible for setting up a financial company to launder money from 'Chapo' Guzmán.