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  1. Thousands march in Honduras to demand president step downRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Reuters

    More than 10,000 demonstrators light up Honduras' capital of Tegucigalpa with torches, demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Herandez. Jillian Kitchener reports.

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  2. Thousands march in Honduras to demand president step downRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Thanh Nein News

    More than 10,000 demonstrators light up Honduras' capital of Tegucigalpa with torches, demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Herandez. Turkey, after months of negotiations, finally gave the green light for the US to use a key air base in its south for its air strikes against IS.

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  3. Thousands march in Honduras to demand president step downRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Reuters

    More than 10,000 demonstrators light up Honduras' capital of Tegucigalpa with torches, demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Herandez. Jillian Kitchener reports.

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  4. Time to leave Honduras? For many youths, the answer is easy.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Christian Science Monitor

    Despite crackdowns at borders, many teens are still attempting the perilous journey north to the US, driven by violence and poor prospects for schooling and jobs. A child covers his face as a member of the Military Police for Public Order keeps watch during a patrol at an impoverished neighborhood in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, in early July.

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  5. .com | Journalist takes refuge in Honduras human rights commissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | News24

    A Honduran journalist has taken refuge in the country's human rights commission in Tegucigalpa, claiming the government is plotting to assassinate him for exposing a corruption scandal. David Romero says the government is plotting to kill him for uncovering a social security embezzlement scandal that has rocked the administration of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

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  6. Antorchas hondure as contra la corrupci nRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | La Semana del Sur

    TEGUCIGALPA Honduras vive su propia primavera. Un movimiento ciudadano liderado por jovenes que se movilizan desde las redes sociales, inunda las calles con una marcha semanal de antorchas contra la corrupcion y la impunidad.

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  7. Something to crow aboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Chronicle Herald

    I had been harbouring a nasty fear since committing to take on a challenge to half the existing 56-day driving record between the bottom and top of the Americas. It was something I kept to myself so my partner on that motoring marathon, American adventure journalist Tim Cahill, was unaware.

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  8. Did the Honduras Government Remove Protesters on Hunger Strike to Save Face?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Global Voices Online

    Their hunger strike continued for two weeks before police moved in on July 7, 2015, and dispersed the demonstrators outside Casa Presidencial, the Honduran President's home in Tegucigalpa. Law enforcement say the intervention was necessary to "relocate" the protesters ahead of a visit by Organization of American States delegates and United Nations officials.

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  9. Removal of Protesters on Hunger Strike in Honduras Points to Government Cover UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Global Voices Online

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  10. Comprehensive strategy needed on Central AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | The Hill

    At this time last year, we saw the mass arrival of unaccompanied children from Central America at the borders of the United States, sent by parents without hope for their future. To avoid a repeat of this tragedy, it is time for American leadership and a multifaceted strategy to address the complex and many root causes that drive this problem.

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  11. Honduras: As protests over corruption swell, many see 'positive moment'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Christian Science Monitor

    Protesters have taken to the streets for eight straight weekends, angered by revelations of alleged government theft of social security funds and pushing for reform. Carlos and Alba Hernandez brought their three- and eight-year-old daughters to an anti-corruption protest in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on July 17, 2015.

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  12. Seacoast Church members lend a hand in HondurasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | The Moultrie News

    A group from Seacoast Church recently went to Honduras on a mission trip from June 12-27, and of course, they brought along an issue of the Moultrie News.

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  13. Indigenous resistance in Latin AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Green Left Weekly

    While in Argentina on July 15, Bolivian President Evo Morales joined his Argentine counterpart Cristina Fernandez to unveil a monument to indigenous guerrilla fighter Juana Azurduy, TeleSUR English said that day . The 15-metre high bronze statue to the heroine who fought for South American independence from Spain was erected outside the presidential palace in Buenos Aires where a statue of Christopher Columbus once stood.

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  14. Thousands of Hondurans in fresh protest against presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | The Daily Star

    Demonstrators known as "indignados" -- the indignant ones -- and supporters of the leftist Libre party march in demand of the resignation of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez over an ongoing corruption scandal, towards the US embassy where a group is holding a hunger strike, in Tegucigalpa on July 17, 2015.

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  15. Press Release: IMF Staff Concludes Visit to HondurasRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 16 | International Monetary Fund

    End-of-Mission press releases include statements of IMF staff teams that convey preliminary findings after a visit to a country. The views expressed in this statement are those of the IMF staff and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF's Executive Board.

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  16. 14 July 1969: The Football War kicks off in Central AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | MoneyWeek

    There are few pastimes taken more seriously in Latin America than football. And while love of the beautiful game has thankfully never sown the seeds of war, in 1969, it's been said to have triggered one between El Salvador and Honduras .

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  17. Clinton campaign undermined on the streets of TegucigalpaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 12 | RandomPottins

    ... 'banana republics' are gaining confidence, and getting results. Here's a report from a week ago: TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - After weeks of thousands of people marching against the corruption in Honduras arrest warrant has been issued for vice-president ...

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  18. Military helps cut Honduras murder rate, but abuses spikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 11 | Daily Times

    TEGUCIGALPA: The militarization of Central America's violent Honduras has helped to stem gang bloodshed in a land known for the world's highest murder rate, but it has created another problem - an apparent spike in abuses blamed on soldiers. Former President Porfirio Lobo rolled out the military in 2012 to fight drug gangs and his successor Juan Hernandez upped the offensive, pledging to "put a soldier on every corner".

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  19. Massive Friday "March of the Torches" in Honduras Against "Coup-ism"Read the original story

    Friday Jul 10 | PressReleasePoint

    Greg Grandin writes in The Nation : "In both Guatemala and Honduras, credible accusations of corruption are spurring mass mobilizationa Washington is reacting in its usual manner to such threats: more militarization." Reuters wrote last Friday : "Tens of thousands Hondurans poured onto the streets of the capital Tegucigalpa on Friday to demand the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez in the biggest demonstration yet against the country's leader over allegations of corruption.

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  20. Burgers & business give this Honduran youth hopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 9 | CNN

    Tegucigalpa, Honduras-In his family's small kitchen in one of Tegucigalpa's most at-risk neighborhoods, 23-year-old Jesus Lanza, wearing an apron and gloves, flips hamburger patties and fries potatoes. Today he will sell between 16 to 25 burgers, for a weekly total of more than 130, enough to help support his parents and 8-year-old sister.

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