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  1. Honduran tycoon involved in long land fight dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2015 | Erie Times News

    "' Miguel Facusse, a wealthy Honduran businessman involved in a two-decade fight with poor farmers who invaded his palm plantations on the Atlantic coast, died Tuesday in the capital, his family said. He was 91. The family did not report the cause of death for Facusse, who was long a member of Honduras' business elite.

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  2. 12-Year-Old Helps Solve Water Crisis For 150 People In Honduras...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2015 | PRWeb

    ... in need around the world," said Rina Leticia Ramirez Mondragon, coordinator of Unbound's program in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. "May God bless her and give her more strength and desire to continue supporting the most in need, because these actions, such ...

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  3. Ap Photos: Editor selections from Latin AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2015 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    ... Attorney General's office to demand the resignation of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Prosecutors charged the vice president of the nation's congress, Lena Gutierrez, with fraud, falsification of documents and ...

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  4. Thousands demand Honduras leader resign in latest protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2015 | The Peninsula

    Thousands of angry protesters marched in the Honduran capital Friday for the fourth week in a row to demand President Juan Orlando Hernandez step down over a corruption scandal. Activists said 30,000 people turned out for the march, which snaked through the streets of Tegucigalpa toward the prosecutor's office.

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  5. Germany To Turn 62 Military Bases Into Nature Sanctuaries For Birds, Beetles And BatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2015 | Switched

    ... national bird. (RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images) A peacock is seen at the Rossy Whalther's Zoo in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on July 11,2013. (ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images) A Malachite Kingfisher sits by a pool in Kruger National Park on July 8, 2013 ...

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  6. Preparing for papal visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2015 | Catholic Voice

    ... to Philadelphia for both pastors was the opportunity to meet Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, president of Caritas Internationalis and one of the pope's advisers on the Council of Cardinals. "He has the pope's ear," said ...

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  7. Life in the murder capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | NEWS.com.au

    IT'S a country in pieces, where homes are seized and converted into neighbourhood torture chambers. And for kids growing up here, there's one obvious career path.

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  8. LAN A319 at Cajamarca on Jun 7th 2015, both engines on fire during departure preparationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2015 | AVHerald

    A LAN Airlines Airbus A319-100, registration CC-CQK performing flight LA-2295 from Cajamarca to Lima with 204 occupants, was preparing for departure, the aircraft had been dispatched under minimum equipment list requirements with the left hand generator inoperative. The crew started both engines and was in the process of verifying that all aircraft systems were powered correctly when a total electrical power failure occurred also causing all instruments to fail.

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  9. Latin America Report: How Chile Is Shepherding Its Renewable Energy ExpansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2014 | Renewable Energy News

    Chile's renewable energy capacity soared 40 percent in 2013 to 1.1 GW, approximately 6.3 percent of total capacity in the central and northern grids, according to figures from the Centro de EnergA as Renovables of the Ministerio de EnergA a. Renewable energy generation was just shy of 4 TWh, a 26 percent jump from the prior year and representing 5.85 percent of overall electricity generation.

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  10. Thousands rally in Honduras calling for president to quitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2015 | The Peninsula

    Thousands of protesters marched through Honduras's capital Friday demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez over a corruption scandal that has seen growing calls for him to quit. A large, noisy crowd estimated at 20,000 by organizers marched half a kilometre in drizzle from a hospital in the east of the capital Tegucigalpa to the United Nations building.

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  11. Thousands rally to call for Honduras president to quitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2015 | Al Jazeera

    A report released on Friday said that business people linked to a corruption scandal gave $280,000 to Hernandez's political party [AFP] Thousands of protesters have marched through the capital of Honduras calling on President Juan Orlando Hernandez to resign after he admitted his 2013 presidential campaign took money from companies linked to a major corruption scandal. Many of them bearing torches, demonstrators on Friday shouted "JOH out, JOH out", using Hernandez's initials, as they marched through the centre of Tegucigalpa to the local offices of the UN, where they demanded the creation of an anti-corruption commission.

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  12. Thousands march in Honduras against government corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2015 | Erie Times News

    In this Nov. 24, 2013, file photo, then National Party Presidential Candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez, second from right, greets supporters at a polling station in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Now as President of Honduras, Hernandez has acknowledged Wednesday, June 3, 2015, that his election campaign received financing from businesspeople linked to a social security embezzlement and graft scandal that has sparked large protests, but denied any personal involvement.

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  13. Thousands march against Honduran president over corruption scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2015 | The Star Online

    About 8,000 protesters marched through the Honduran capital on Friday calling on President Juan Orlando Hernandez to resign after he admitted his 2013 presidential campaign took money from companies linked to a major corruption scandal. Bearing torches, demonstrators shouted "JOH out, JOH out" using Hernandez's initials, and marched through the centre of Tegucigalpa to local offices of the United Nations, where they demanded the creation of an anti-corruption commission.

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  14. Honduran leader acknowledges campaign funds tied to scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Star-Telegram.com

    In this Nov. 24, 2013, file photo, then National Party Presidential Candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez, second from right, greets supporters at a polling station in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Now as President of Honduras, Hernandez has acknowledged Wednesday, June 3, 2015, that his election campaign received financing from businesspeople linked to a social security embezzlement and graft scandal that has sparked large protests, but denied any personal involvement.

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  15. One of the world's scariest airports awaits Sounders in CCLRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sounder at Heart

    We've found some videos that show just how frightening flying into Teguciagalpa can be, even when the weather is nice. There has been plenty of talk about the CONCACAF Champions League draw, which was hardly kind to the Seattle Sounders .

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  16. Scandals in Guatemala, Honduras threaten to further destabilize regionRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Stars and Stripes

    Two Central American presidents, both favored allies of the U.S., are facing corruption scandals threatening to undermine their governments and further erode stability in the volatile region that is a principal source for illegal immigration to the United States. Large protest marches over the weekend have illustrated the precarious status of Presidents Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras and Otto Perez Molina of Guatemala. 1 comment

  17. Honduras president: firms linked to graft scandal helped fund my campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Channelnewsasia.com

    TEGUCIGALPA: Facing a wave of protests calling for his resignation, Honduran President Juan Hernandez said on Wednesday that his 2013 presidential campaign took money from companies linked to one of the worst corruption scandals in the country's history. But he said he and his National Party were unaware of where the money came from and hoped that an investigation would find and punish those responsible for breaking any laws.

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  18. Honduran corrupt president, resign, people sayRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Dear Kitty

    Local media in Honduras report direct government links to a corruption scandal in the country's Social Security Institute. The political opposition headed by former President Manuel Zelaya has called for a demonstration in front of the National Congress to demand an immediate investigation of the robbery of the funds from the workers' health system.

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  19. Thousands protest in Honduras cities following scandalRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2015 | The Washington Post

    A protest movement organized over social media in Honduras has led to large demonstrations in cities around the Central American country. The protesters are upset over a scandal involving a purported multimillion-dollar embezzlement of Social Security funds, with some of the money allegedly going to finance the governing political party.

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  20. Allies, Ex-players, Fans Abroad Cheer US Move Against FIFARead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Voice of America

    ... States doesn't do it, no one does," said Manuel Bonilla, 62, a shoe shiner working in the main park of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. "It doesn't matter that the U.S. is policing the world again, this is good news for football," said Fernando Toledo, 49, ...

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