Keyla Martínez, a 26-year-old student, died of asphyxiation when she was being held alone in a police cell. But many don't buy the police line that she committed suicide.
Latin America is home to some draconian anti-abortion laws, and Honduras is strengthening its own after Argentina decided to legalize the procedure.
The new motion in a U.S. court alleges that Juan Orlando Hernández accepted bribes to protect a massive cocaine laboratory.
The gang says the drug is its biggest seller in Honduras. It's enhanced with unknown chemicals.
Locals say they were the last to know about the project, which they fear will edge them off ancestral lands.
The Central American nation has been ravaged by two hurricanes in as many weeks, and hundreds of thousands remain at risk.
Still staggering from Hurricane Eta earlier this month, Iota is on the way and thousands are terrified of reliving a nightmare.
Some 400,000 people have been displaced from their homes, and the COVID-19 pandemic has left the government with scarce resources to respond to Eta.
Arnold Joaquin Morazán Erazo, killed this week, was the latest activist murdered in one of the region’s most violent nations, where corruption and drug trafficking are rife.
Yani Rosenthal served time in a U.S federal prison on a charge connected to the drug trade, but now wants to run for president back home.
The abduction has highlighted racial tensions on the country’s coast, and the increasingly repressive tactics used against local indigenous communities.
It’s a huge uptick from 2019 in this key transit nation where the president has been implicated by drug traffickers.