The devastation caused by the disease is unprecedented. “You can lose colonies that were growing for hundreds of years in just weeks or months,” said one expert.
A Garifuna leader was abducted with four others one year ago and his Black community says violence against them has increased since then.
Vicky Hernández was 26 when she was killed in 2009. The Inter-American Court for Human Rights ruled that the state has to make systematic changes to assure the rights of trans people.
The local community fought the project and two opponents were killed, but the US had pledged millions anyway.
High-ranking members of Nayib Bukele’s government as well as political allies have been accused of corruption by the U.S. State Department.
Juan Carlos Bonilla Valladares, or “the Tiger,” is a former national police chief and accused of protecting the cocaine trafficking operations of the powerful Hernández brothers.
Police Claimed Her Jail Death Was Suicide. After Months of Outrage, a Cop Was Just Charged With Murder
Keyla Martínez, a 26-year-old nursing student, was detained for a COVID curfew violation in Honduras in February. She was found dead in a police cell hours later.
Despite the mounting evidence against Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández, Republican legislators have yet to drop their support for him.
Cocaine Charges Send Honduran President’s Brother to US Prison for Life. Will the President be Next?
Tony Hernández allegedly worked alongside his brother to aid and abet the international cocaine trade in the beleaguered Central American nation.
As the country awaits the results of the vote, new allegations against outgoing President Juan Orlando Hernández and several other politicians loom large.
U.S. prosecutors have alleged that Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández said he wanted to “shove the drugs right up the noses of the gringos.”
A leaked indictment alleges that dozens of journalists were being paid off by the government of President Juan Orlando Hernández via front companies for favorable coverage.