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Is Honduras Losing the Fight Against Aerial Drug Trafficking?

Honduras authorities recently seized five airplanes thought to have been used to transport drugs through a remote region of the country where dozens of clandestine...
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Honduras AG Reelection: A Pyrrhic Victory for the Status Quo?

Honduras' Congress rejected its own commission’s proposal for a replacement for the current attorney general, which could signal a temporary triumph for powerful...
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Honduras Corruption Scandal Casts Doubt on Attorney General Selection

The announcement of a graft investigation against almost 800 legislators in Honduras raises further questions about the legitimacy of the congressionally led...
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How Honduras’ MACCIH Loses, Even When It Wins

A new report says that the OAS-backed international judicial mission in Honduras has survived, even succeeded at times, despite numerous efforts by its enemies and...
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Honduras Anti-Corruption Probe Implicates President, Opposition

Authorities in Honduras have accused dozens of officials and collaborators of diverting millions of dollars of public funds for political purposes. But the...
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Honduras Trial Alleges Frightening First: MS13 Campaign Funding

Evidence presented in a Honduras court that a former mayor's campaign was partly financed by the MS13 -- the first such case in the country -- is a new sign...
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Latin America Citizens Say They Feel Least Safe for Ninth Year Running

A new report has again ranked Latin America and the Caribbean as the least secure region in the world for the ninth straight year in a row, underscoring the...
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Honduras Court Ruling Could Undermine Anti-Graft Body

The Supreme Court in Honduras has issued a complicated ruling on the constitutionality of an independent anti-graft body that keeps the body intact,...
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Honduras’ Congress Mounts Legal Attack Against Anti-Graft Body

Lawmakers in Honduras are backing a legal attack aimed at undermining the country’s internationally-supported anti-corruption body by declaring its creation...