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The goal of the project, called the "Neighborhood-Based Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction for Highly Vulnerable Hillside Communities in Tegucigalpa, Honduras," is to reduce the loss of life and to mitigate the socio-economic impacts of flooding and heavy rains in high-risk urban areas of the capital.
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Veteran nurse Suyapa Bonilla directs infrared light onto the tattooed forearm of Osman Torres in her clinic in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Two weeks ago, Honduran held its ninth presidential election since the country returned to democracy in 1982 following 26 years of military dictatorship.
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The United States illegally deported a gay asylum-seeker to months of torture and death in a Honduran prison, his mother claims in court.
The Republic of Honduras has issued $500m in new 7-year bonds, doubling the expected size on high demand.
The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on authorities to launch a full investigation into the murder on Saturday of a Honduran journalist, identify a motive, and bring those responsible to justice.
On November 25, the afternoon after Election Day in Honduras, several hundred red-flag waving protestors marched through the streets of Tegucigalpa in support of Xiomara Castro, the woman they claimed is the rightful president of the country.
A Honduran court has sentenced each of four police officers to 66 years in prison for the 2011 killing of the son of the National Autonomous University's president - a case that set off a campaign to clean up the Central American nation's corruption-plagued police force.
A former mayoral candidate for the leftist Liberty and Refounding Party, or Libre - Graciela Lozano - and Radio Globo journalist Juan Carlos ArgeA al, a supporter of former President Manuel Zelaya, were murdered by gunmen in separate incidents, Honduran police reported Sunday.
Driving into Tegucigalpa to observe Honduras's November 24 presidential election, our 17-member National Lawyers Guild delegation searched in vain for billboards featuring Xiomara Castro, candidate of the LIBRE party and wife of former President Mel Zelaya, ousted in a 2009 coup.
On Nov. 13, Claudia Membreno Gomez was cooking dinner for her four children at home in Honduras.