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'Am I being executed?' says mentally ill prisoner before death

'Am I being executed?' says mentally ill prisoner before death

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Illinois man faces drug charges after burglary complaint

Illinois man faces drug charges after burglary complaint

Cops found a cannibis operation, as well as 100K rounds of ammunition.

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Outrage over bloody arrest of unarmed black man

Outrage over bloody arrest of unarmed black man

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Texas mom arrested in connection to death of son's prom date

Texas mom arrested in connection to death of son's prom date

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Colombia: Catholic bishop calls for disarming civilians

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Violent protests in Mexico over murder of 43 students

Violent protests in Mexico over murder of 43 students

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Mineral-rich region of Colombia is the prize of narcoterrorists

Mineral-rich region of Colombia is the prize of narcoterrorists

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Ayotzinapa: a mass murder reunites fractured Mexico

Ayotzinapa: a mass murder reunites fractured Mexico

In September, 43 students of the state of Guerrero went missing after being arrested by local police. The fate of the Mexican political system may be in the hands of outraged parents and citizens.

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U.S. military can't stop Ebola contagion from Latin America

U.S. military can't stop Ebola contagion from Latin America

Marine Corp Gen. John Kelly expressed fears that human traffickers bringing illegal immigrants to the U.S. will also bring Ebola.

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Alabama Republican opposes tax money for medical marijuana

Alabama Republican opposes tax money for medical marijuana

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Rire Pagliacci: the secret sorrow of Robin Williams

Rire Pagliacci: the secret sorrow of Robin Williams

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Paraguay: Civic protests emerge over government corruption

Paraguay: Civic protests emerge over government corruption

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Obama's 'cherry-picking' laws to enforce endangers international obligations

Obama's 'cherry-picking' laws to enforce endangers international obligations

Administration permits states to contradict federal drug laws, not immigration laws.

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Republican Congressman faces cocaine charges

Republican Congressman faces cocaine charges

Of his arrest, Republican Rep. Trey Radel of Florida said it does have 'positive side.'

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Mexican cop murdered at bishop's residence

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Burned to death in Brazil

Burned to death in Brazil

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Paraguay's election marred by guerrilla violence

Paraguay's election marred by guerrilla violence

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Paraguay's growing war on drugs

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Argentina: Age of first drug use now 8 years

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Terrifying U.S. Navy video fights 'bath salt' use

Terrifying U.S. Navy video fights 'bath salt' use

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British HSBC pays out $1.9 billion on money-laundering charges

British HSBC pays out $1.9 billion on money-laundering charges

HSBC Admits Massive Fraud and Moneylaundering for Narcoterrorists and Rogue Politicians--Pays Record $1.9 Billion Penalty to the U.S. but Executives Avoid Jail.

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Paraguayan police defeat narcoterrorists in combat

Paraguayan police defeat narcoterrorists in combat

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Bolivia poised to become new MERCOSUR member

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Paraguay makes headway in war on drugs

Paraguay makes headway in war on drugs

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Deadly gun fire erupts at Mexico City airport

Deadly gun fire erupts at Mexico City airport

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Wacko in Waco: Zombie eats pet dog

Wacko in Waco: Zombie eats pet dog

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American teens less likely to drink, but more likely to drug than Europeans

American teens less likely to drink, but more likely to drug than Europeans

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Narco-submarines pose increasing threat to U.S. security

Narco-submarines pose increasing threat to U.S. security

Narcoterrorists show a remarkable ability to adapt. Taking on Al Qaeda terrorists as passengers is a possibility for these operatives.

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Increasingly sophisticated, drug cartels are camouflaged as Mexican security forces

Increasingly sophisticated, drug cartels are camouflaged as Mexican security forces

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Colombia: a town still wary, 10 years after attack by Marxist rebels

Colombia: a town still wary, 10 years after attack by Marxist rebels

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Mexican mayhem and American weapons

Mexican mayhem and American weapons

Some 50,000 people have died in Mexico's War on Drugs, often because of weapons sold by death merchants in the U.S.

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US Navy appears to be adrift, literally

US Navy appears to be adrift, literally

As China and India ramp up their deep-water strategic reach, the US Navy appears stymied with mechanical problems on a new class of ships.

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US-Mexico border residents remember victims of narco-violence

US-Mexico border residents remember victims of narco-violence

El Paso, Texas, will have vigils this week to recall more than 10,000 victims of drug-related violence in Juarez - which lies just across the international border - and the rest of Mexico.

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Nicaragua steers an independent course in regional affairs

Nicaragua steers an independent course in regional affairs

Nicaragua is getting cozy with Russia, while it also has had some success in the war on narcotics.

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Mexico mourns those who 'disappear' and never return

Mexico mourns those who 'disappear' and never return

Fanny Sanchez of Coahuila is just one of hundreds of victims, mostly women.

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New Mexico: local political scandal crosses into Texas and Mexico

New Mexico: local political scandal crosses into Texas and Mexico

Daniel Salinas, mayor pro-tem of Sunland Park, New Mexico, can't take offices because of criminal charges he is facing in a local court. State takeover of the town is imminent. The scandal has fingers in Texas, and into Old Mexico.

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The enduring nature of Colombia's conflict over narcotics

The enduring nature of Colombia's conflict over narcotics

While it may have allayed the Marxist insurgency, Colombia's narcoterrorist groups show signs of persistence.

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Mexican bordertown shows signs of turning the corner on violence

In Juarez, the murder rate is down and restaurant business is up.

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Narcoterrorists call a truce for papal visit to Mexico

Narcoterrorists call a truce for papal visit to Mexico

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Mexico's young generation at risk as murders soar

Mexico's young generation at risk as murders soar

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Defending gates to the U.S. on the deadly streets of Nuevo Laredo

Defending gates to the U.S. on the deadly streets of Nuevo Laredo

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Violence, narcotics, and political protest swirl in Mexico

Violence, narcotics, and political protest swirl in Mexico

Discontent grows in Mexico over unrelenting ultra-violence.

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Upcoming Summit of the Americas promises a rocky road for the US

Upcoming Summit of the Americas promises a rocky road for the US

Ecuador promises to bow out of the April meeting of the heads of states belonging to the Organization of American States is Cuba is not included.

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Mexico: rewards offered following deadly prison break

Mexico: rewards offered following deadly prison break

Prison officials in northern Mexico have been fired and are now under investigation for a daring prison break. More than 40 members of the Gulf cartel narcotics organization were killed by Zetas - a rival group that managed to spring 30 members from jail.

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Singer Whitney Houston, dead at 48

Singer Whitney Houston, dead at 48

Sundered by drug abuse and a slumping career, the talented and once beautiful Whitney Houston has passed away.

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Honduras: mortally wounded by narcotics and divisions

A wave of narcotics-inspired violence, accompanied by corruption, is assailing the poverty-stricken country.

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Sustained narco-violence and polarization in Mexico

Sustained narco-violence and polarization in Mexico

The narco-war in Mexico is claiming 1,400 lives per month, overshadowing U.S. war deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan, with no end in sight.

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Succeeding in Mexico's Narco-War need not emulate Colombia

Succeeding in Mexico's Narco-War need not emulate Colombia

Corruption, impunity, stagnated politics, and ultra-violence still plague Colombia and Mexico.

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Mexico: 10 men and 3 boys murdered by narcoterrorists

Mexico: 10 men and 3 boys murdered by narcoterrorists

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Occupy Wall Street, Drug Lords, and the re-birth of US internal security

Occupy Wall Street, Drug Lords, and the re-birth of US internal security

Why don't more American drug lords get arrested?

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