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Supporters of ousted Honduras' President Manuel Zelaya clash with soldiers near the presidential residency Tegucigalpa, Monday, June 29. 2009.
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Three police officers were arrested in connection with last weekend's murder of two women at a restaurant on Tegucigalpa's south side, Honduran authorities said Friday.
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras-Busloads of deportees from Mexico roll into this industrial city near Central America's Caribbean coast three afternoons a week, disgorging hundreds of women and children who had strove and failed to leave desolate lives behind.
CRISTIAN OMAR REYES, an 11-year-old sixth grader in the neighborhood of Nueva Suyapa, on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, tells me he has to get out of Honduras soon - 'no matter what.'
I met Mirabel in 2011, four years after she had left her home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, a city reputed to be the murder capital of the world.
For Jose Luis Zelaya , the harrowing journey from the violent streets of his hometown in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, to the Texas-Mexico border more than a decade ago remains a festering wound.
Tens of thousands of Honduran thugs have been flown home on Con Air since 2001. Now, what they learned on U.S. streets with the monstrous M-13 and M-18 has sent children fleeing north.
A Central American migrants emerge from side streets to crowd onto the tracks, as a northbound freight train arrives in the station in Arriaga, Chiapas state, Mexico, June 19, 2014.
It may interest you to know that the price of a children's book hasn't wavered much at all in the... Years ago, my father said to me, 'Son, when the day comes that you find that special girl and you... Brian Duran, 14, of Comayagua, Honduras collects his line-dried laundry at the Senda de Vida migrant shelter in Reynosa, Mexico, June 3, 2014.
It's a place so fraught with danger residents are sending their unaccompanied children to America.
Participants in a workshop on domestic violence in Valle, Honduras. The workshop is intended to show the links between gender, poverty, abuse and disease.
A detainee sleeps inside a holding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing center in Brownsville, Texas.
They were found within days of each other, both dead. Anthony, 13, and a friend had been shot in the head; Kenneth, 7, had been tortured and beaten with sticks and rocks.
Spain's Iberdrola Ingenieria and Gamesa have been awarded a contract to build a 50 MW wind farm in Honduras, Iberdrola said Wednesday in a statement.
Though they crossed the Rio Grande River into southern Texas at different times, the two women's experiences were markedly the same.
Giovani Melendez, 31, fled this Central American capital with his family, setting out suddenly on a search for safety in the United States after gangs demanded growing extortion payments he was unable afford.
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