Argentine police recapture fugitive killer after 13-day manhunt

  Police recaptured one of Argentina's most wanted murderers, Cristian Lanatta, convicted of drug-related killings, in a chase through flooded farmland on Saturday, as part of a 13-day manhunt that raised questions over the political connections of the country's narco gangs. The Argentine government has withdrawn its initial statement indicating all three fugitives had been apprehended. Victor Schillaci and Martin Lanatta, Cristian's brother, have not been brought in by the police. Hundreds of security agents, including police commandos and sharpshooters, hunted down the man in the grains province of Santa Fe, north of the capital Buenos Aires. President Mauricio Macri congratulated the security forces and promised to fight the drug gangs that use Argentina as a transit point for smuggling South American drugs to Europe and the Americas. On his twitter account, he said there'a "lot more work." His Security Minister, Patricia Bullrich, celebrated the capture while exiting the ministry building. "We have a success in...