Two elderly Catholic fathers were gunned down in their own church while trying to provide sanctuary to a third victim.
Jeremy Kryt has reported on the drug war and human rights issues from Mexico, Central America, and Colombia. His work has appeared in the Huffington Post, the Earth Island Journal, and In These Times magazine, among others. He lives in Chicago and travels often on assignment.
Former U.S. special forces commandos are on the ground in Ukraine teaching guerrilla war tactics to civilians ready to repel invading forces from Russia.
The embarrassing downgrade is a massive win for Mexican cartels.
The takeover of Ukraine’s nuclear facilities is a vital part of the Kremlin’s “fear and control” strategy in the war.
From intelligence-gathering to training civilians in guerrilla tactics, here’s what the U.S. and NATO might do to push back against the Russian invasion while avoiding escalation.
A viral video showing a man eating a human heart in Mexico is shedding light on the disturbing practices recruits must undergo at cartel “terror schools.”
Sources told The Daily Beast that the truck full of cadavers found parked in a public square in Mexico was meant as a message to freshly elected governor David Monreal.
Indigenous villagers are taking up arms to defend a world-famous monarch butterfly sanctuary from illegal logging by the cartels.