US Trained Honduran Police Get Medieval as Political Prisoner Edwin Espinal Released

The Honduran corruption canard keeps the focus on police resources and individuals rather than on the pangs of privatization, and

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Hondurans Intensify Protests Demanding JOH’s Resignation after Report Links Him to Drug Trafficking

Massive protests erupted after Univision released a report alleging that president Juan Orlando Hernández’s 2013 election campaign received $1.5 million

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Corporate Media Enters Realm of the Absurd with Claim that Venezuela is “Cocaine Capital of the World”

By John McEvoy The latest instalment of creative storytelling about Venezuela has come in the form of a Yahoo! Finance

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The US is in Debt to Central America

By Cesar Chelala At the beginning of the 1980s, during a meeting in New York with then ex-President Jimmy Carter,

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Honduras President Accused in Drug Conspiracy by US Prosecutor

MEXICO CITY —  U.S. federal prosecutors have accused the Honduran government of essentially functioning as a narco-state, with the current and

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How Joe Biden’s Privatization Plans Helped Doom Latin America and Fuel the Migration Crisis

On the campaign trail, Joe Biden has boasted of his role in transforming Colombia and Central America through ambitious economic

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“The Coup D’état Transformed Into a Dictatorship that Cruelly and Clearly Creates the Migrant Exodus.” -Gathering of Black and Indigenous Women of Honduras

Honduran Women’s Manifesto of Rebellion In the rebel Garífuna territory of Vallecito, Iriona, Colón, Honduras, surrounded by elements of nature

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On Honduras

A decade later, U.S. resolve to greenlight and back the coup d’état in Honduras remains one of the most shameful

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Honduras Erupts on Eve of 10th Anniversary of Coup

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez has sent the military into the streets to repress protests. At least 3 have been

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Migrants in Honduras: Saving to Pay the Next Coyote

The dream of a better life is stronger than the walls and the danger of death. For the Central American

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