Fifteen young Brazilian transsexuals in the southeastern city of Murcia have been rescued from a sex trafficking ring, which forced them into prostitution through physical abuse and threats of black magic.
'Darknet' drug trade on the rise, say officials
The day's events in Brussels, in a nutshell : the UK election gets rough, EU drugs overdoses rise again, and laying the foundations of European defence.
Brazilian riot police arrested 34 in a pre-dawn raid on Sunday (May 21) in the downtown Sao Paulo neighbourhood known as Cracolandia (Crackland), a notorious zone where crack cocaine users and addicts
Police in Spain have seized two point four tonnes of cocaine from a fishing boat sailing under a Venezuelan flag in the Atlantic.
A judicial source says the New Zealand player was drunk at the time of his arrest
The gloves are off between the president of the Philppines and the Catholic Church as they threaten to come to blows over his hardline war on drugs.
A group of “Washingstonians” have planned a 420-themed protest on January 20: the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration as President of the United States.
Villager power wins release in Mexico as angry wife enlists locals to kidnap mother of drug lord as ransom for captured husband.
A gay black dancer deals with the difficulties in modern day Miami.
France has opened its first supervised injection facility for drug users.
'Expoweed' - a marijuana fair and conference in Mexico City aims to counter popular misconceptions about the plant and campaign to make it legal.
Her name is Florence Griffiths Joyner. But everybody called her Flo-Jo. She dazzled the world with her trademark one-legged leotards and six-inch
Australia made it clear on Monday there would be no apology to Chinese swimmer Sun Yang after Olympic champion Mack Horton called him a “drugs cheat”
The Olympic Games never fails to inspire.
Colombian authorities say they have destroyed more than 100 cocaine laboratories.