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Departure of Honduras Security Minister a Victory for Corrupt Cops

With the departure of Honduran Security Minister Oscar Alvarez, an outspoken foe of police corruption, the country is facing an uphill battle as it grapples with...
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Honduras Murder Rate Set to Soar to 86 per 100,000

Honduras is on track to reach a murder rate of 86 per 100,000 inhabitants in 2011, while El Salvador could see a rate of 72 per 100,000, according to new...
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Honduras Govt Makes Deal to End Bajo Aguan Land Conflict

The Honduran Congress has passed a decree allowing peasant farmers to purchase over 4,000 hectares of land, in a deal aimed at bringing an end to the bitter land...
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Honduras Protests Against Rise in US Deportations

Honduran authorities expressed concern over the rising numbers of deportations of Honduran nationals from the U.S. at a migrant forum held in Tegucigalpa, capital...
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Are Foreign Criminal Gangs Driving Honduras Land Conflict?

A bloody and long-running land dispute in Honduras has claimed dozens of lives, and some parties to the conflict claim that drug traffickers and foreign armed...
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Colombia, Honduras Cooperate to Catch Drug Flight

The air forces of Colombia and Honduras carried out a joint operation which intercepted an airplane carrying cocaine, under a cooperation agreement which came into...
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José Natividad Luna Pereira, alias ‘Chepe Luna’

Once the most powerful boss of the Perrones "transportista" syndicate, Jose Natividad Luna Pereira, alias "Chepe Luna," was murdered in Honduras in June 2014....
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At the End of Honduras’ ‘Road of Death’

The Salvadoran media organization El Faro reports from the Honduran province of Copan, rumored to be a hideout of drug lord 'El Chapo,' which sits on the mouth of...
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Al Jazeera Special on Drug Wars in Central America

News network Al Jazeera has published a series of articles on organized crime and drug violence in Central America, with reporting from El Salvador, Honduras, and...