San Pedro Sula, Honduras Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. 0 commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2017 | Natchitoches Times

    ... : eval()'d code ). Northwestern State University students Alba Maloff of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and Nicholas Fisher of Iowa won first place in Microsoft Office Solutions at the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) National ...

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  2. Commentary: Post-coup militarization in HondurasRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | Caribbean News Now!

    By Alex Rawley Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs On the morning of June 28, 2009, military officials forced then-president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, into exile on a plane bound for Costa Rica. Shortly after, Robert Micheletti, president of the National Congress, was sworn in as president, stating, "I am not going to step aside, nor am I going to ask permission to step aside temporarily, that is not possible I will watch the passage of power from the Casa de Gobierno and in the moment in which Porfirio Lobo is imposed as president, I will get up and go to my house with my family."

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  3. U.S. women strengthen their influence and power with new CBA dealRead the original story

    Feb 8, 2017 | Soccer America

    By Ridge Mahoney It took a lot longer than it should have, but U.S. Soccer and the United States Women's National Team Players' Association finally hammered out a collective bargaining agreement. The new deal will upgrade the women's per-diem payments and travel accommodations to equal those of the men's national team, as well as continue U.S. Soccer's subsidy of their salaries to play in the National Women's Soccer League.

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  4. Effect of Trump's immigration policies visible in HondurasRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | Spero News

    More than five thousand Hondurans have been deported from the United States during the first quarter of 2017, thus exceeding the number deported during the same period in 2016. Sister Isabel Orantes, who heads the Human Mobility agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Tegucigalpa, confirmed to the Fides News Service that the number of Honduran citizens repatriated from the United States this year is 30 percent higher than what was recorded in the first quarter of 2016.

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  5. Pollo Campero fanatics flock to first Las Vegas locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Customers wait in a line that extends outside the new Pollo Campero, 1025 W. Craig Rd., Wednesday, April 5, 2017. The restaurant, founded in Guatemala, is the first Las Vegas location for the popular Latin chicken chain.

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    Apr 4, 2017 | Prince George Citizen

    Spencer Reece with some of the girls at Our Little Roses, the home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras started by Diana Frade. : Diana Frade.

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  7. The priest who healed orphans with poetryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | The Washington Post

    ... Honduras, filled him in on Our Little Roses , a home and school for abused and abandoned girls in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, a city where children bathe in brown, fetid river water and scavenge for scraps at the city dump. Reece spent the summer of ...

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  8. Honduran case in N.Y. uncovers violent drug tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2017 | Albany Times Union

    This March 11, 2012 file photo show the bodies of Lesbia Altamirano and Wilmer Orbera on the bloody floor of a pool hall after being attacked by masked assailants in Choloma, on the outskirts of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. During President Porfirio A'PepeA' Lobo Sosa's 2010-2013 administration, Honduras had deteriorated into violent upheaval.

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  9. The world's most dangerous citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2017 | The Economist

    COCAINE is grown primarily in South America, and trafficked to the world's biggest market, the United States, via Central America and the Caribbean. The land routes originate mainly in Colombia, and pass through the small nations of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala before traversing Mexico.

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  10. New York drug case opens window on dark period for HondurasRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2017 | Norwalk Citizen News

    ... floor of a pool hall after being attacked by masked assailants in Choloma, on the outskirts of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. During President Porfirio "Pepe" Lobo Sosa's 2010-2013 administration, Honduras had deteriorated into violent upheaval. In 2011, ...

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  11. "Removable aliens" fear routine check-in could speed deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2017 | Philly.com

    Michael Matza, an Inquirer staff writer since 1986, spent six years in Jerusalem as the paper's Middle East bureau chief. He wrote extensively about the Arab-Israeli conflict and run-up to the Iraq War.

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  12. Workshop prepares teachers to help and protect immigrant studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Philly.com

    Michael Matza, an Inquirer staff writer since 1986, spent six years in Jerusalem as the paper's Middle East bureau chief. He wrote extensively about the Arab-Israeli conflict and run-up to the Iraq War.

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  13. Report: Charter flight company Choice Aire has 'canceled all flights' in and out of New OrleansRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | The Advocate

    ... by Florida-based XTRA Airways, flew nonstop into Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Choice Aire did not respond to a request for comment. In a statement Wednesday, Louis Armstrong International Airport ...

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  14. Immigrants win right to attend Lancaster public high schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Philly.com

    Michael Matza, an Inquirer staff writer since 1986, spent six years in Jerusalem as the paper's Middle East bureau chief. He wrote extensively about the Arab-Israeli conflict and run-up to the Iraq War.

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  15. Panama 1-1 USA: Christian Pulisic stars in scrappy drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Daily Mail

    ... found the spaces and I think we deserved the victory in the end,' defender Hector Moreno said. In San Pedro Sula, Honduras bounced back from a 6-0 drubbing against the U.S. last week by sharing the spoils with Costa Rica. Anthony Lozano bundled the ...

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  16. Soccer: U.S. keep World Cup hopes alive, Mexico take controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Reuters

    ... found the spaces and I think we deserved the victory in the end," defender Hector Moreno said. In San Pedro Sula, Honduras bounced back from a 6-0 drubbing against the U.S. last week by sharing the spoils with Costa Rica. Anthony Lozano bundled the ...

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    Mar 28, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    ... found the spaces and I think we deserved the victory in the end," defender Hector Moreno said. In San Pedro Sula, Honduras bounced back from a 6-0 drubbing against the U.S. last week by sharing the spoils with Costa Rica. Anthony Lozano bundled the ...

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  18. US keep World Cup hopes alive, Mexico take controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2017 | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... found the spaces and I think we deserved the victory in the end," defender Hector Moreno said. In San Pedro Sula, Honduras bounced back from a 6-0 drubbing against the U.S. last week by sharing the spoils with Costa Rica. Anthony Lozano bundled the ...

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  19. Hundreds to attend LGBT conference in Dominican RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2017 | Washington Blade

    Kendra Stefani Jordany is a transgender woman from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, who is running for a seat in the Central American Parliament. She is among the more than 300 activists, elected officials and candidates who are expected to attend a conference in the Dominican Republic that the Gay and Lesbian Victory Institute is co-organizing.

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  20. Plan calls for Pa. courts to provide interpreters for people not fluent in EnglishRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2017 | Philly.com

    Michael Matza, an Inquirer staff writer since 1986, spent six years in Jerusalem as the paper's Middle East bureau chief. He wrote extensively about the Arab-Israeli conflict and run-up to the Iraq War.

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