Honduras Ex-President Porfirio Lobo Sosa Banned From Entering the U.S. for Allegedly Accepting Bribes From Drug Traffickers

Honduras Ex-President Banned From Entering the U.S. for Allegedly Accepting Bribes From Drug Traffickers

The U.S. has banned Honduras ex-president Porfirio Lobo Sosa from entering into the U.S. following allegations of accepting bribes from drug traffickers.
Over 100 Undocumented Migrants From Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador Found Inside 2 Tractor-Trailers Near Texas Border

Over 100 Undocumented Migrants Found Inside 2 Tractor-Trailers Near Texas Border

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested more than 100 undocumented migrants after they were found crammed inside two tractor-trailers near the Texas border.
Extreme Poverty And Violent Crime Fuel Hondurans Desire To Immigrate To U.S.

Honduran Prison Gang Brawl Results to 5 Deaths, 39 Injuries

After the gang brawl between members of gangs inside Honduras’ high-security prison, judicial authorities confirmed that at least 5 individuals were killed and 39 others, including guards, were injured on Thursday.
President Joe Biden's Administration to Expand Program Allowing Central American Minors into U.S.

President Joe Biden's Administration to Expand Program Allowing Central American Minors Into the U.S.

Preside Joe Biden's administration announced the expansion of a program that would allow more Central American migrants into the U.S.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez Says He May Open a Trade Office in China

In Diplomatic Shift, Honduran President Says He May Open a Trade Office in China

To acquire COVID-19 vaccines, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said the nation might open a trade office in China.
Violence and Grief Define Life In Honduran Capital

Honduran Authorities Unearth Tons of Buried Cocaine

Honduran police found around 1,450 packets of drugs inside 58 sacks buried in three large holes dug using heavy machinery.
Migrants Suffer Injuries After Vehicle Melee in Texas Border

Migrant Dies After Vehicle Melee in Texas Border

One of the two mIgrants died after a border patrol vehicle ran over them while hiding in the tall grasses on the Texas border.
Pres. Biden Strikes Deal With Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Their Borders to Stop Migrant Surge

Biden Strikes Deal With Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Their Borders

The Biden administration has struck a deal with Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to control the surge of migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Migrant Caravan Detained in Guatemala On Its Journey To The U.S.

New Migrant Caravan From Honduras Heads t o U.S.

At around 4 A.M. on Tuesday, the small groups of migrants who arrived at a local bus terminal the night before started their journey towards the U.S.-Mexico border.
Honduran Drug Trafficker Linked to Pres. Hernandez Convicted in U.S.

Honduran Drug Trafficker Linked to Pres. Hernandez Convicted in U.S.

A Honduran man accused of criminal dealings with Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez was convicted of drug trafficking in the United States on Monday.
U.S. Seeks Life in Prison for Honduran President's Brother

U.S. Seeks Life in Prison for Honduran President's Brother

U.S. prosecutors are seeking a life imprisonment sentence for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez's brother, Juan Antonio "Tony" Hernandez.
Migrant Caravan Arrives in Guatemala On Its Journey To The U.S.

Migrant Caravan Calls on Biden Administration to Honor Commitments

Thousands of Hondurans on a migrant caravan are headed to the United States border, calling on the incoming Biden administration to honor its "commitments" to migrants.
Nicaragua President Daniel Ortega

Honduras and Costa Rica Stop Nicaraguans from Entering their Territories, Taking Tightened Measures

A military officer and two policemen escorted a couple of young men off their respective horses near the Guasaule River's shores.
Former Honduran National Police Chief Accused by US Government for Involvement with Drug Trafficking

US Accuses Former Honduran National Police Chief of Involvement in Drug Trade

He was Honduras’ former national chief of police but now he faces charges from the U.S. for being involved with Drug Trafficking. Read on to find out more.
Gang member inside their cell

In Honduras, Gangs Control Everything, Making It One of the Most Dangerous Countries in the World

Young men and ordinary citizens fight for their lives, and their homes, in what is now considered one of the deadliest countries in the world.
Filmed in 1962 by Sami Kafati, Mi Amigo Ángel was hailed as the Honduran Cinema’s origin.

Journeying Decades National Honduran Cinema

Cinema is among the most impactful storytelling tools today. And, for makers of films in Honduras, it is also an essential medium to preserve the national heritage.
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