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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Honduras Imprisons Journalist for Uncovering Corruption Scandal

Romero locked himself in a radio studio to avoid a 10 year sentence delivered in response to a corruption scandal

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Why Canada wants regime change in Venezuela

In a well-fitted sports jacket, with one hand over his heart and the other clasping the constitution, the previously unknown

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6th Massacre in Honduras As New Caravan Exits

A new massacre in Honduras brings the death toll to 22 in six separate massacres since Jan. 1. A new migrant Exodus, or caravan will leave the country Wednesday. Honduras has experienced a rash

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Honduras Aims to Move Embassy From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Following the footsteps of the U.S. and Guatemala, Honduras wants to move the embassy to Jerusalem in exchange for an Israeli embassy in Tegucigalpa. Honduras is in the midst of negotiations

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Why Hondurans See Migration as an Act of Civil Disobedience

Members of the Central American exodus march to the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana, Mexico, on December 11, 2018, to petition

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Following Guilty Verdicts for Seven Men but Not ‘Masterminds of Crime

A Honduran court on Thursday found seven men guilty of the murder of Indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres, whose role

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Venezuela and Honduras signed Letter of Intent on housing

Last Tuesday, a delegation from Honduras visited Venezuela, to establish an agreement with the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, with the

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