Honduras Protest Crackdown: Five Things to Know

Protests against President Juan Orlando Hernandez are likely to continue as the anniversary of the 2009 coup approaches. The Honduran

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Thelma Cabrera: Indigenous, Female and Shaking up Guatemala’s Election

The campesino leader is running for president in a country whose indigenous majority is chronically overlooked – and she has

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Honduras: Strong Rejection of Government Repression Against Social Protests

The president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, has received harsh criticism for ordering a strong repression of the social protests

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300 US SouthCom Troops in Honduras to Teach “Humanitarian Assistance”

Some 300 more U.S. soldiers will supplement their Latin American and Caribbean allies to improve disaster response and “other crisis

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Mainstream Media Loves Protests for Democracy and Freedom… Unless They’re in US Ally Honduras

Riots against President Juan Orlando Hernandez have been raging in Honduras for several days. But the media press coverage has

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Facebook Bans Israeli Archimedes Group Implicated in Honduras Re-election of JOH

Tegucigalpa, May 24 (Prensa Latina) What many shouted loudly in Honduras seems to be true. Electoral fraud took Juan Orlando

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Honduran Police Repress Protesters Amid National Teacher, Doctor Strike

The crowds were forced to disperse, but then came back together in other areas. Honduran doctors, teachers, and students Thursday

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Honduras: Second Day of Demonstrations – Smoking US Embassy

After midday, a group of demonstrators from the associations of teachers and doctors in Honduras arrived at the entrance of

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An Academic Arrested for Protecting the Venezuela Embassy

By Adrienne Pine As an anthropologist who has researched and published on Honduras for over 20 years, I have witnessed

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Media Silence Over Mass Protests in Honduras Shows How Corporate Media “Serves the Global Economic Elite”

By John McEvoy The Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa has seen massive protests this week against controversial president Juan Orlando Hernández.

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Hondurans Defeat Privatization Measure with Massive Mobilizations

The measure would have privatized education and healthcare services in a country where access to these services is already highly

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Honduras 1,000 Israeli Soldiers To Arrive in Honduras to Train Troops, Police on Border Protection

Honduras will receive 1,000 Israeli soldiers to train the country’s army for border protection, fight against drug trafficking, investigation, and counterterrorism. A multilateral

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Honduran Police Clashes With Protesters Over Health and Education

The Federation of Teaching Organizations of Honduras (FOMH) has been organizing protests in the country’s 18 departments. The Honduran police

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More Than 500 Hondurans are Detained Daily at the Mexican Border

The Honduran ambassador to Mexico, Alden Rivera, revealed that 500 nationals are arrested daily on the border between Mexico and

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Tell your Representative to Stop U.S. Security Aid to Honduras

We need your help! On Thursday, March 29th the new version of The Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act

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