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Former Univision TV Personality, Neida Sandoval, Helping Children of Honduras

Former Univision TV Personality, Neida Sandoval, Helping Children of Honduras

After leaving her job as newscaster on Univision television's "Despierta America" (Wake Up America) morning show, Neida Sandoval has invested her time in campaigns to help needy children. continue reading »

U.S Government Officials Meet with Honduran President Lobo

U.S Government Officials Meet with Honduran President Lobo

Senior U.S. government officials met with the president of Honduras, Porfirio Lobo Sosa, and the president of the Honduran Congress, Juan Orlando Hernandez, on January 18 to review security continue reading »

US and Mexico Deport 44,000 Hondurans in 2011

US and Mexico Deport 44,000 Hondurans in 2011

United States and Mexican authorities deported in 2011 some 44,000 Hondurans who had left their country to find work so they could help their families, officials said Saturday. continue reading »

Deadly Year for Honduras - Over 6,700 Murdered in 2011

Deadly Year for Honduras - Over 6,700 Murdered in 2011

Honduras experienced 6,723 murders between Jan. 1 and Dec. 15, or an average of 81.5 homicides for every 100,000 inhabitants, the chancellor of the National Autonomous University said Thursday. continue reading »

More Job Opportunties Through Unique Training Programs in Honduras

More Job Opportunties Through Unique Training Programs in Honduras

Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Latin America. About 65 percent of its 8 million people live in poverty. Informality prevails in its labor market, affecting particularly the young, women and persons with limited education. continue reading »

Apocalypse Tourists Flocking to Mayan Site in Honduras for 2012

Apocalypse Tourists Flocking to Mayan Site in Honduras for 2012

While some Hondurans interpret the Mayan calendar countdown as presaging the end of the world in 2012, the city of Copan Ruinas in western Honduras is getting ready for a big celebration for the thousands of tourists expected to turn up as the count begins. continue reading »

Honduras Extradites Reputed Guatemalan Drug Lord to the US

Honduras Extradites Reputed Guatemalan Drug Lord to the US

Honduras on Thursday turned over to U.S. authorities a reputed drug kingpin from Guatemala who was arrested here in May. continue reading »

Honduras Hands Over Reputed Drug Lord to U.S.

Honduras Hands Over Reputed Drug Lord to U.S.

Honduras on Thursday turned over to U.S. authorities a reputed drug kingpin from Guatemala who was arrested here in May. Mario Ponce was taken by helicopter from the National Penitentiary, north of Tegucigalpa, to the joint U.S.-Honduran airbase at Palmerola, where U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration continue reading »

Undocumented Honduran Coercing Minor to Have Sex via Craigslist Sentenced 10 Years in Prison

Undocumented Honduran Coercing Minor to Have Sex via Craigslist Sentenced 10 Years in Prison

Dennis Sorto-Enamorado, age 30, an illegal alien from Honduras and most recently living in Louisiana, was sentenced today by to 121 months in prison continue reading »

58 Gays and Lesbians Murdered in Honduras

58 Gays and Lesbians Murdered in Honduras

Dozens of members of Honduras' gay and lesbian community gathered outside the Attorney General's Office in this capital to protest the slayings of 58 gays and lesbians this year. continue reading »

Journalists in Honduras Beaten by Cops at Protest

Journalists in Honduras Beaten by Cops at Protest

Several people were beaten by police and troops here Tuesday during a protest to demand justice for the 24 journalists murdered in Honduras over the last eight years, including 17 slain since January 2010. continue reading »

Honduras Obtains $180 Million in Loans to Reform Pension System & Prepare for Natural Disasters

Honduras Obtains $180 Million in Loans to Reform Pension System & Prepare for Natural Disasters

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved three loans for Honduras for a total of $180 million to support reforms to the pension system continue reading »

3 Die in prison brawl in Honduras

3 Die in prison brawl in Honduras

Three inmates were killed and several others wounded in a brawl at a prison in the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula, authorities said. continue reading »

Honduras to Open New Naval Base with Help from U.S.

Shootout in Honduras leaves 4 dead

Four people were killed Tuesday in a gunbattle between two rival criminal gangs in the central Honduran city of La Guacamaya, police said. continue reading »