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Havana, May 31 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Prime Minister Manuel Marrero called to strengthening the actions to prevent and fight crime, and identify the causes and conditions that favor the proliferation of these phenomena, it was reported on Friday.
Santiago, Chile, Apr 30 (Prensa Latina) The Chilean Government requested international help to clarify the murder of three Carabineros (Chilean Police officers), a fact that shocked the country and is the worst attack on the institution since the return to democracy in 1990.
Quito, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) At 7:00 hours, local time, on Sunday, all polling stations opened in Ecuador, where citizens will vote on the popular consultation and referendum proposed by President Daniel Noboa.
Brasilia, Apr 14 (Prensa Latina) Brazil reported an average of 225 missing people a day in 2023, as revealed by the Public Security Map of the Ministry of Justice.
San Salvador, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) Forty-two years after the murder of four Dutch journalists by military forces in El Salvador, the perpetrators enjoy impunity, human rights organizations have denounced.
Quito, Mar 9 (Prensa Latina) A woman is killed in Ecuador every 27 hours, and 1,698 women have been murdered here in the last ten years, El Telegrafo newspaper reported.
Montevideo, Mar 5 (Prensa Latina) Uruguay is among the countries with the highest number of registered weapons despite a population of less than 3.5 million people, according to statistics released here.
San Jose, Feb 28 (Prensa Latina) Costa Rica's Judicial Investigation Department (OIJ) has registered 138 homicides this year, most of them in the Caribbean province of Limón.
Port-au-Prince, Feb 15 (Prensa Latina) The Haitian National Police (PNH) is on the trail of the perpetrators of an attack against a SWAT Team agent, who was gunned down in the capital.
Asunción, Feb 6 (Prensa Latina) An international organization of drug traffickers deactivated in 2022 by Paraguay's Operation A Ultranza Py, the largest in the country against this scourge, used cryptocurrencies in its transactions, the government reported.