At the end of the last trip to Paraguay, on December 5th, , in the Pedro Juan Caballero dump, a visitation of compassion, unexpectedly once again flooded and marked my heart. In those days, I was praying to God to reveal to me what was in His heart. We were finishing another missionary trip and implementing relief operations, in partnership with the Actos de Justicia Ministry, and on the last day, at the end of the afternoon, we went to take a donation from a Brazilian godfather to one of the Paraguayan children in our program and something special happened in that place. Something that has impacted my life. We can not do anything without the compassion of God in us.
Pedro Juan Caballero (politician)
Cannabis in Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay. The Definitive Guide
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In he was accused of being involved in the conspiracy against Francia, and committed suicide in his cell on July 13, The Paraguayan city of Pedro Juan Caballero is named after him. Paraguayan victory at the January 19, Battle of Paraguari forced Belgrano to retreat southward. Belgrano called for capitulation, which was granted, and his troops left Province of Paraguay.
A recent spate of violence on the border between Brazil and Paraguay suggests a battle for control of drug trafficking routes in the area, but it remains unclear whether the killings are related to a wider gang war that has roiled Brazil in recent months. Following the murder of a jailed drug boss's brother on March 14, two further assassinations in the Brazil-Paraguay border region are raising concerns about an escalation of a battle for control over lucrative drug trafficking territory. Paraguayan news outlet ABC Color reported that underworld sources spoke about the existence of a list of people slated for assassination in the coming days and weeks as part of a battle between rival crime groups in the area. Despite the assertions of local officials that Brazilian prison gangs are to blame for the recent killings in the border region, there are some plausible alternative explanations for the violence. Belton also noted that "a myriad of drug trafficking groups" operate in Pedro Juan Caballero and the surrounding border region, which has long had a reputation for criminal activity and violence.