The notorious Brazilian gang Comando Vermelho has seized control of the cocaine trade in Peru’s Ucayali region.
Before embarking on a perilous trek through the jungle, drug couriers in Colombia turn to shamans for protection.
The poorest narcos in the trafficking chain risk even their own children to deliver drugs to criminal organizations.
Miners dredging millions of dollars in gold from Brazil’s Puruê River devastate the environment and attract armed groups.
In the market Vado in Yurimaguas, Loreto, Peru, over 150 animals were rescued, including monkeys, parrots and turtles.