“This is about people, about caring about people, and doing the right thing, doing the American thing,” said Pablo Tapia, one of the event’s organizers.
One indigenous community leader’s fight against a controversial hydroelectric dam in Rio Blanco, where she is part of a pattern of oppression against human rights defenders, journalists and lawyers in Honduras.
Conservative presidential candidate Hernández has a six-point lead, but his closest contender refuses to concede. The poll reflects Honduras’s deep divides four years after a military coup.
Libre, a new party led by the wife of the ousted president, is a frontrunner among 8 parties competing in the upcoming vote. It’s a sign of how fed up many Hondurans are.
A TED talk has inspired big plans for a Hong Kong-like metropolis in poor, crime-wracked Honduras.
Asarrives in to meet with Central American leaders today, the long accepted playbook on a top issue — the war on drugs — is coming under sharp scrutiny.
At least 272 people have been killed in a fire at a prison in central Honduras.