At a ceremony to launch the joint U.N.-EU global 'Spotlight Initiave' in Honduras to end femicides, daughter of slain activist Berta Caceres calls president a 'murderer'.Full Story
The CEO of the Honduran hydroelectric dam company that Caceres fought against is being brought to preliminary trial for orchestrating the activists' murder.Full Story
Thirty women have been murdered in the first month of January in Honduras, on par with last year's statistics.
The return of Hondurans was carried out under the U.S. Migrant Protection Protocols.
"There are people who have been gassed and beaten" by police, ex-president Manuel Zelaya told a local TV station.
About 6,142 Honduran women lost their lives in violent circumstances in the last 6 years.
The protesters' objective is to “remove Juan Orlando Hernandez” from power as they believe this is the only road to “peace and good governance.”
"While the country is "dry grass" and these conditions are maintained, anyone will light a spark to create this phenomenon of exoduses because the country's situation is complicated," said the president of an opposition party in Honduras, Luis Zelaya.
El Salvador is grappling with a wave of crime and violence. In 2018, the country's murder rate stood at 50.3 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants
Honduran and Guatemalan authorities try to halt the new caravan heading towards the United States.
A new massacre in Honduras brings the death toll to 22 in six separate massacres since Jan. 1. A new migrant Exodus, or caravan will leave the country Wednesday.