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Honduras declares itself free of open-pit mining and will cancel concessions

The Honduran government of Xiomara Castro declared the country "free of open-pit mining" and announced the "cancellation" of licenses, permits and concessions, a fact...

Honduras asks UN to create Anti-Corruption Commission

The Honduran government of Xiomara Castro asked the UN on Thursday to create a commission against corruption and impunity, the Foreign Ministry announced. "The president...

Honduras Lawmaker Crisis heads to Court

The crisis in Honduras's Congress -- where rival factions of new President Xiomara Castro's left-wing Libre party have elected separate leaders -- headed to...

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 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...

Honduras seeks way out of political crisis under watchful eye of US

Honduras is looking to avert a political crisis after two lawmakers were named to lead the country's Congress, less than 48 hours before leftist...

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...

Incoming Honduran president wants UN help to battle corruption

Xiomara Castro, who will make history as Honduras' first female president when she takes office on January 27, plans to ask the UN for...

Honduras ruling party accepts election defeat by Xiomara Castro

Honduras's leftist presidential candidate Xiomara Castro was headed for election victory Tuesday -- making history as the first woman to govern the Central American...

Former Honduran army chief reinvents himself as political crusader

Born in the Honduran mountain town of Siguatepeque, Brig. Gen. Romeo Orlando Vásquez Velásquez attended the U.S. Army’s School of the Americas near Ft. Benning, Georgia, in the 1970s and ’80s. Despite his lifelong love for the United States, he cannot set foot on U.S. soil.

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