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5/26/2020 OSAC Analysis

COVID-19 has not only crippled economies around the world, but has also impacted criminal groups and their illicit revenue streams. Criminal organizations across the region are adapting by turning to different crimes suc...

11/4/2014 OSAC Analysis

The responses of many governments in the Americas to the West Africa Ebola outbreak have trumped local efforts to weaken an epidemic that is far more likely to impact public health: the Chikungunya virus. The resurgence...

6/19/2012 OSAC Analysis

Since April, several businesses, mostly jewelry stores, in Paramaribo, Suriname, have been robbed by a well-organized and heavily armed gang. Most recently, on June 11, the gang struck the Wong Sang jewelry shop in the M...

11/22/2011 OSAC Analysis

Upward of 90 percent of the cocaine that enters the U.S. comes from Colombia, and the rest comes mostly from Bolivia and Peru. The South American drug market is a transnational effort: Peruvian criminals smuggle cocaine...

8/23/2005 OSAC Analysis

Authorities in Paramaribo say criminals are studying their targets after a robbery of a local businessman on a major road in the Surnamese capital.

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