President Juan Orlando Hernandez has continued his heavy-handed crackdown against those rejecting his government which they label as a "U.S.-backed Narco-state."Full Story
On August 4, Honduran President Hernandez was implicated in a drug trafficking and money laundering case.Full Story
Hernandez cast himself as the victim of a smear campaign by drug gangs he had targeted and accused political opponents of colluding with gangsters to discredit him.
The court refers to Juan Orlando Hernandez as Co-conspirator 4 in his brother's drug trafficking upcoming trial.
The parents of Eblin Corea who died of bullet wounds during last month's state repression insisted their son be exhumed to gain peace, justice.
The agreement is part of the Integral Development Plan for Central America launched in May by Mexico.
A total of 23,304 Dengue cases have been confirmed in the country.
Deputy Foreign Minister Nelly Jerez informed that the consular service of Honduras is available 24/7 for all those citizens requiring protection and advice.
Two Honduran vessels were shipwrecked on Wednesday after reports of their disappearance were announced by the maritime authorities.
On Thursday, police cracked down on a student-teacher sit-in with teargas, as reported by teleSUR's correspondent.
Over 15,400 patients have been diagnosed and 44 deaths confirmed so far this year.