At least 27 people died and nine were missing on Wednesday when their fishing boat sank off the Caribbean coast of Honduras, the country’s military said.
I recently went to a parents’ meeting at my children’s elementary school in the rural town of Aguacatan, Guatemala, a few hours from the Mexico border. As usual, I was one of the only men there. This disparity has nothing to do with machismo or Latin gender roles; it’s that there just aren’t many men in Aguacatan.
“It was for protection so neither the military nor preventative police would arrest me or my brother in Honduras and so we would not be extradited to the United States,” Devis Leonel Rivera Maradiaga said.
Hundreds of migrants began walking on Wednesday night from this city in northern Honduras toward the Guatemala border, testing a well-trod migration route now in times of the novel coronavirus.
Honduran authorities confiscated parcels containing the drug cocaine with an original copy of the identity card of the most famous Colombian drug trafficker, Pablo Escobar, who died 28 years ago.
On Sunday afternoon, 18 gang members died in a clash between inmates at El Porvenir prison, 60 kilometers (40 miles) north of the capital Tegucigalpa.
Somewhere along the way, by a quirk of fate, Wilder got separated from his father. He was all at sea, alone, half-naked, and crying for his parent, who he did not know was in detention.
Honduras’ president is accused of stealing money from government coffers and taking bribes from narco-traffickers. Guatemala’s head is known for handing out government contracts to family friends. El Salvador’s president has shut down the country’s internationally
The video clip that has gone viral on social networking sites showed a number of fans descending to the playground after the end of a football match between two local teams in Honduras.