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Xiomara Castro becomes first woman president of Honduras

Leftist Xiomara Castro was sworn in Thursday as the first woman president of Honduras, vowing to reform the crime- and poverty-stricken nation into a...

Honduras: Poor, Violent and Corrupt

Honduras, which inaugurated Xiomara Castro as its first-ever woman president Thursday, is a small country with idyllic beaches at the heart of Central America's...

Honduras political crisis deepens ahead of president-elect’s swearing-in

Rival factions of Honduras' newly elected congress held duelling first sessions Tuesday, as a split in president-elect Xiomara Castro's party deepened two days before...

Fists Fly in Honduran Congress ahead of new President’s Inauguration

Lawmakers exchanged blows in the Honduran Congress Friday as a dispute among members of president-elect Xiomara Castro's party turned violent. Legislators from her leftist Libre...

Hundreds of migrants leave Honduras in caravan to US

Hundreds of people departed Saturday from San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras, in a new caravan of migrants with intentions of seeking better living conditions...

High stakes for outgoing Honduras president Hernandez

Juan Orlando Hernandez faces an uncertain future when his scandal-marred reign as Honduras president ends in January, along with the immunity from prosecution that...

Hondurans call for peace as polls close in tight presidential election

The top presidential candidates in Sunday's Honduran general election appealed for peace as polls closed in an expected tight and tense vote to see...

Honduran police arrest five after mob of 600 lynches Italian man

Honduran police on Friday arrested five suspects for their role in killing an Italian man, who was lynched by a mob of more than...

Violence picks up in Central America after brief truce due to COVID-19

The corpses in bags and under sheets reappeared on the streets of the Honduran capital, marking a spike in violence that affects northern Central America after a truce due to isolation to contain COVID-19 infections.

Police repress Independence Day demonstrations in Honduras

Protesters broke up in the streets of the historic center, where policemen chased them in a battle of stones against tear gas. 

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