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Who Will Pay for the War in Central America?

Testimony at a recent hearing on U.S.-Central American security cooperation showcased one of Central America’s key problems: These countries do not collect enough...
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Honduras Gang Seeks Talks with Government

Jailed leaders of Barrio 18, one of Central America’s most formidable street gangs, have called for dialogue with the Honduras...
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UN Highlights Murders of Prosecutors in Central America

The United Nations expressed concern about the murders of prosecutors in Guatemala and Honduras less than a week apart, in attacks attributed to organized...
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Mexico Captures Cartel’s ‘Link in Honduras’

Mexico's Marines arrested a man accused of being a Sinaloa Cartel contact in Honduras. The suspect owns shipping companies in Honduras and in...
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Honduras Captures Guatemala Kingpin

Guatemalan drug lord Mario Ponce, who is one of that country's most-wanted criminals, was captured after his helicopter landed in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Ponce is...
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In Nicaragua, Contras or Drug Traffickers?

After the mysterious death of a Contra leader in February, armed groups have reportedly emerged to declare war against Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega. As the...
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Cable: Honduran Military Supplied Weaponry to Cartels

As Mexican cartels infiltrate Central America, corrupt elements within the region’s militaries from places like Honduras are providing them with arms far superior...
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Honduras Drug Politicians; Mexico Gets Firm; Durango Mass Graves

Sixteen national congressmen in Honduras are drug traffickers, according to a former security advisor for the Honduran government quoted in McClatchy's dark account...
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Refuge for Al Qaeda in Honduras?

The U.S. Embassy in Honduras alerted migration authorities about the possible presence of two alleged Al Qaeda members, reported by Honduran newspaper La Prensa...