Genaro García Luna, who ran Mexico’s federal police for six years, charged with accepting briefcases of cash to protect Sinaloa cartel
A former minister who was considered an architect of Mexico’s militarized war on drugs has been arrested on charges that he allowed the Sinaloa cartel to operate with impunity in exchange for briefcases stuffed with cash.
Genaro García Luna, who oversaw the creation of Mexico’s federal police, was arrested in Texas on Monday.
Speaker of the House answered questions after articles of impeachment were announced this morning, disputing Republicans’ argument over motives
Gangland lawyer turned police informant says she has been forced to live overseas due to fear for her and her children’s safety
Gangland lawyer turned police informer Nicola Gobbo says she has been “snookered by Victoria police”, forced to live in an undisclosed overseas location because she fears for her and her children’s lives.
The Guardian view on general election 2019: A fleeting chance to stop Boris Johnson in his tracks | Editorial
The mood may be one of despair, but this election is critical to the country’s future. The best hope lies with Labour, despite its flaws
Liverpool have supported calls by human rights groups for thorough investigations into the deaths of migrant workers in Qatar, before the club flies to the Gulf country next week to play in Fifa’s Club World Cup.
Woman denies posting false information – since shared by at least five Conservative candidates – that photo was a stunt
A medical secretary has claimed that her Facebook account was hacked after it was used to post false information claiming that a photograph of an ill boy on the floor at Leeds General Infirmary was staged for political purposes.
Center-left leader calls for healing as Peronists, including ex-president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, return to power
Argentina’s Peronist leader, Alberto Fernández, has been sworn in as president, marking a shift to the left for Latin America’s third-largest economy as the country fights rampant inflation, credit default fears and rising poverty.
Supt Robyn Williams may be sacked before appeal against conviction can be heard
A decorated senior Metropolitan police officer controversially convicted of possessing a child abuse video is facing a fast-track dismissal from the force, the Guardian has learned.
Supt Robyn Williams could end up being sacked within months for gross misconduct, before her appeal against her conviction can be heard.