No menu items!


- Advertisement -spot_img

Popular Articles

Central America violence

Giuliani lends Guatemala crime-fighting advice as murders climb

GUATEMALA CITY — Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani landed in one of the world's most violent cities with advice on how the government could fight crime that has helped fuel a surge in child migrants to the United States.

PHOTOS: In Honduras, a perilous campaign

Imagine working for the police in Honduras, the country with the highest per-capita murder rate in the world. In a place that doesn't have an outright war raging, a violent death still takes place every 74 minutes. Photographer Sean Sutton spent almost three weeks in Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital, traveling with a police investigative unit and watching officers tackle violent crime in one of the most dangerous regions of the world. Here are his photographs.

Experts at D.C. panel deny lax US border controls are to blame for immigration crisis

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the presidents and foreign ministers of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala prepare for Friday’s White House roundtable with President Barack Obama, experts here met to discuss how to stem the influx of Central American children that has overwhelmed U.S. border officials, sparking a humanitarian crisis.

Another Honduran journalist murdered, bringing total since 2003 to 45

Herlyn Espinal, 33, who worked as a correspondent for the daily television program "Hoy Mismo" was found dead in his car in Santa Rita near the northwestern city of San Pedro Sula, authorities said.

Honduran lawmaker arrested in road rage shooting death

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – A Honduran lawmaker has been arrested after allegedly shooting to death a taxi driver during a roadside argument, the latest violent death in a country with the world's highest murder rate.

Central American child migrant crisis ‘one of the greatest tragedies,’ says Costa Rica’s Solís

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís added his signature to a declaration expressing solidarity with Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras for the “humanitarian crisis” of unaccompanied child migrants traveling to the United States.

El Salvador’s El Faro: Chronicling a region that doesn’t count

Central America is a region rife with problems of inequality, political corruption, weak institutions, poverty, displaced and marginalized populations, and a history of violence. Two journalists who are part of a group of fellow scribes who spent several years looking at those issues and trying to understand them have compiled enough stories to turn them into a book.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img