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U.S. Leans Toward Incumbent in Honduras, Despite Disputed Result

U.S. Leans Toward Incumbent in Honduras, Despite Disputed Result

President Juan Orlando Hernández called for “national understanding” on Tuesday.
US recognizes re-election of Honduras president despite fraud allegations

US recognizes re-election of Honduras president despite fraud allegations

State department congratulates Juan Orlando Hernández after month-long election standoff, as OAS and US politicians call for a new voteThe United States has recognized the re-election of Honduran
Honduras opposition admits defeat as US recognises Hernandez re-election

Honduras opposition admits defeat as US recognises Hernandez re-election

Honduras pulled back from the brink of crisis on Friday when the opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla admitted defeat in the November 26 presidential poll.
U.S. Backs Honduran President’s Victory in Disputed Election

U.S. Backs Honduran President’s Victory in Disputed Election

The State Department has recognized President Juan Orlando Hernández as the winner of the disputed presidential election in Honduras.
Ten Countries Said To Be In Talks To Move Embassies To Jerusalem

Ten Countries Said To Be In Talks To Move Embassies To Jerusalem

At least ten countries are in talks with Israel to move their embassies from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said on Monday.

Top Israeli official says at least 10 more countries are discussing moving embassies to Jerusalem

After President Donald Trump announced the United States would move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a move frowned upon by the…
Families fear no justice for victims as 31 die in Honduras post-election violence

Families fear no justice for victims as 31 die in Honduras post-election violence

US silent on alleged military police responsibility for deaths despite $114m aid to security forces, amid claims of ‘vote fraud’ by President Juan Orlando HernándezTinsel and colored lights still
7.8 earthquake near Honduras triggers tsunami warning

7.8 earthquake near Honduras triggers tsunami warning

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake near Honduras has triggered a tsunami warning on Tuesday night, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Little Damage After Magnitude 7.6 Quake Strikes Caribbean Off the Coast of Honduras

Little Damage After Magnitude 7.6 Quake Strikes Caribbean Off the Coast of Honduras

Tsunami warnings were canceled and there were no early reports of serious damage or casualties on land after the quake
Tsunami fears after 7.6 magnitude earthquake shakes Caribbean

Tsunami fears after 7.6 magnitude earthquake shakes Caribbean

'It didn't last long but was very violent.'
Clashes turn deadly in protests over disputed election in Honduras

Clashes turn deadly in protests over disputed election in Honduras

Activists blocked roads and clashed with police in Honduras on Saturday as part of nationwide protests against the contested re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
Danny Glover and Cedric the Entertainer Are Serving As Protection for an Exiled Revolutionary Returning to His Home Country

Danny Glover and Cedric the Entertainer Are Serving As Protection for an Exiled Revolutionary Returning to His Home Country

It sounds like a bad black buddy movie: Danny Glover, Cedric the Entertainer, a California politician and an exiled revolutionary head to Honduras to witness the swearing-in of a small city’s first
Honduras activists allege campaign of violent intimidation by security forces

Honduras activists allege campaign of violent intimidation by security forces

Environmental campaigners report death threats amid a crackdown on continuing protests against alleged election fraudActivists in Honduras have been targeted in a wave of surveillance, intimidation
Amid Protests, Honduran President Is Sworn In for 2nd Term

Amid Protests, Honduran President Is Sworn In for 2nd Term

The police in Tegucigalpa used tear gas on Saturday to disperse people protesting the inauguration of Juan Orlando Hernández.
President Hernandez sworn in for second term as thousands protest vote irregularities

President Hernandez sworn in for second term as thousands protest vote irregularities

President Juan Orlando Hernandez was sworn in for a second term on Saturday as thousands protested against his re-election in a vote marred by irregularities and allegations of fraud.
Application deadline confusion could have devastating consequences for TPS recipients

Application deadline confusion could have devastating consequences for TPS recipients

Hondurans and Nicaraguans covered by Temporary Protected Status (TPS) could face the same problem currently plaguing recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: confusion
Feds: 22K ‘Potential Recruits’ for MS-13 Gang Resettled Across U.S. in 2017

Feds: 22K ‘Potential Recruits’ for MS-13 Gang Resettled Across U.S. in 2017

There were nearly 22,000 "potential recruits" for the violent El Salvadorian MS-13 gang resettled across the United States as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) in 2017, according to officials.
Citing Hostility, Leader of Anti-Corruption Panel in Honduras Resigns

Citing Hostility, Leader of Anti-Corruption Panel in Honduras Resigns

Juan Jiménez Mayor, who resigned as the leader of an international anti-corruption panel in Honduras, said his group felt abandoned.
Violence in post-election Honduras could affect U.S. migration patterns, activists say

Violence in post-election Honduras could affect U.S. migration patterns, activists say

WASHINGTON, D.C.– The violent aftermath of the Honduran presidential election — triggered by allegations of electoral fraud — has led to serious human rights abuses, Honduran advocates said Thursday,
My Time Reporting on Murder, Corruption, and Drugs in Honduras

My Time Reporting on Murder, Corruption, and Drugs in Honduras

Spanish-born reporter Alberto Arce has a job known locally as "red journalism," after all the blood.