Inside The Corruption And Repression Forcing Hondurans To Flee To The US

By Peter Tinti, -

Nineteen-year-old taxi driver Diego is not interested in politics. But his hometown of El Progreso—a transit hub in central Honduras, where everyone seems to have a friend or relative who has [...]

AMLO Speaks Up For Rights Of Honduran Migrants Caravan

By Staff, -

The President-elect of Mexico Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) will ask the governments of the United States and Canada to allocate resources to boost development in Central America which he [...]

Honduran Migrant March: A Refugee Crisis Caused By US Policy And US Partners

By Staff, -

On October 12, 2018, hundreds of women, men, children, youth and the elderly decided to leave Honduras as a desperate response to survive. The massive exodus that began in the city of San Pedro [...]

Honduras: Police Attack Anti-Gov’t Protests On Independence Day

By Staff, -

Amidst independence day parades in Honduras, national security forces threw tear gas and fired water cannons on anti-government protesters. Honduran Independence Day marches in the Tegucigalpa [...]

Honduran Prosecutors Withhold Evidence In Berta Cáceres Murder Case

By Sandra Cuffe, -

The trial of eight men charged with the murder of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres is right around the corner, but prosecutors may be heading to trial without important evidence. More than two [...]

Will More U.S. Intervention Solve Nicaragua’s Conflict?

By James Phillips, Popular Resistance -

In the midst of ongoing turmoil and violence in Nicaragua in recent weeks there have been veiled and not-so-veiled calls for the United States to intervene in Nicaragua, and a series of actions [...]

Nine Years After US Supported Coup, End Injustice In Honduras

By Staff, Alliance For Global Justice -

June 28, 2018, marks 9 years since the US-backed coup d’etat in Honduras: 9 years of increasing violence and impunity, poverty and inequity for the Honduran people who made clear once again their [...]

US Policy In Honduras Set The Stage for Today’s Mass Migration

By Joseph Nevins, -

U.S. policy in Honduras, particularly during the Obama administration, is directly responsible for part of the immigration crisis now gripping the U.S., argues Joseph Nevins. Central American [...]

Hondurans Resume Protest Against ‘Fraudulent’ Election Results

By Staff, -

Former President Manuel Zelaya said: "Today we are protesting because a dictatorship has been installed." Hundreds of protesters hit the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras on Friday to reiterate [...]

Indigenous Communities Carry On Berta Cacéres’ Work By Defending Nature And Health Care In Honduras

By Jeff Abbott, -

On March 2, hundreds gathered in Honduras to commemorate the life and work of the renowned Honduran activist Berta Cáceres on the second anniversary of her assassination. Carrying torches, [...]

Berta Cáceres Murder: Ex-Honduran Military Intelligence Officer Arrested

By Nina Lakhani, -

Honduran authorities have arrested a former military intelligence officer for masterminding the murder of the indigenous leader Berta Cáceres, who was shot dead exactly two years ago today. David [...]

‘Caravan Of Insurrection’ Protests Election Fraud

By TeleSurTV. -

Honduras - Supporters of former Honduran presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla went back to the streets Friday as part of what they called "Caravan of insurrection", to continue their protests [...]

Accompaniment In Honduras

By Ken Jones, Common Dreams -

We came to Honduras at the urgent request of SHARE El Salvador, a humanitarian aid organization with a long history of solidarity work in Central America. Police and military repression in [...]

Honduran Congress Deepens Authoritarianism By Legalizing Political Corruption

By Heather Gies, -

As Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández was sworn in for a second term Saturday amid ongoing protests and cries of election fraud, the scandal-rocked president promised to tackle corruption. [...]

The Struggle Against Honduras’ Stolen Election

By Dennis J. Bernstein, -

Last year’s disputed elections in Honduras continue to present a struggle for grassroots activists in the country, who face harsh police and military crackdowns in response to protests, reports [...]