Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte signs police subpoena law

The law 'will add more teeth to their mandate.'

Duterte signs police subpoena law

Drug cartels

Mexico arrests alleged cartel boss amid security push

Jose Maria Guizar Valencia's apprehension comes as 5,000 federal police officers are being deployed across Mexico.

Mexico arrests alleged Zetas drug cartel boss

Opinion

Is Mexico the most dangerous country on earth?

Or does it just suffer from the misfortune of being a neighbour of the US?

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

UpFront

Is Duterte's drug war undermining the rule of law?

Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano sits down with UpFront for a wide-ranging interview.

Asia Pacific

Duterte's son questioned in Philippine drug case

President's son Paolo Duterte and son-in-law Manases Carpio reject allegations of their involvement in drug shipment.

Latin America

Nine people dead in prison fight in Mexican border city

Eleven also injured as authorities in Tamaulipas state say rival groups of inmates fought with shanks, sticks and rocks.

Nine people dead in prison fight in Mexican border city

Drug cartels

'Juarez is waiting for you': Violent city tries tourism

Despite a rise in killings, the Mexican city has taken on a daunting task - to reinvent itself as a tourist destination.

'Juarez is waiting for you': Violent city tries tourism

The Listening Post

Silencing journalists in Mexico

Intimidation, killings and censorship are just some of the tactics used to muzzle journalists in Mexico.

War & Conflict

Mexico's drug war as seen through the eyes of children

Children's drawings depicting extreme violence and distrust of government forces reveal the impact of narco-culture. A piece for Aljazeera.com, written by Stephen Woodman. Read by Mia Alberti.

Mexico's drug war as seen through the eyes of children

Drug cartels

Mexican drug kingpin 'El Chapo' extradited to US

New York indictment accuses notorious drug dealer of using hitmen to carry out murders, kidnappings, and torture.

Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman extradited to US

Drug cartels

Mexico marks decade-long drugs war

Widely supported at first, former president's strategies came to be heavily criticised as casualty figures rose.

Opinion

Getting away with murder in Mexico

The more than 100,000 deaths in a decade cannot be blamed just on Mexico's drug cartels.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

101 East

Afghanistan's Billion Dollar Drug War

Afghan authorities are struggling to control the resurgence in poppy farming that feeds the habits of addicts worldwide.

Opinion

Is peace possible in Colombia?

Latin America's longest-running civil war has left some quarter of a million people dead and millions more displaced.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez