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Around 5,000 people are making their way to the U.S. southern border despite the difficulties local Mexican governments are putting in their path.

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the right-wing government bought large amounts of weapons and spy equipment, particularly from Israel. 

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Once the proposed relocation happens, Honduras would join the United States and Guatemala as the only three countries with embassies located in the occupied city of Jerusalem.

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Fifty four year old Gabriel Hernandez became the first reporter this year to be killed in Honduras, a country known for high rates of homicides and impunity.  

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Sixteen government officials and DESA execs were charged with fraud and abuse of power for trying to push through the Agua Zarca dam that Caceres fought against.

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Berta Zuñiga says she wants 'comprehensive justice and true justice, not a smoke screen or justice only for appearances' referring to her mother's 2016 murder.

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On the eve of the memorial, COPINH has called on "anyone who feels compelled by the fight of native people and environmentalists" to partake in Saturday's events. 

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Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez says building more max-security prisons in remote areas will bring "relief" to detention system and country's security.

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