Hondurans called for the resignation of Juan Orlando Hernandez after a U.S. federal court convicted his brother of drug trafficking.Full Story
President Juan Orlando Hernandez said that traffickers were using his brother's trial to seek revenge.Full Story
Chang Monroy declared he saw Hernandez's label used to transport some of the cocaine for the first time in 2009.
Despite the repression, more mobilizations are announced to urge the president’s departure over corruption and drug trafficking scandal.
According to the report of the Center for the Study of Democracy (Cespad), the victim's body was found in a dump, with signs of torture and wounds from machete and bullets.
U.S. Attorney Richman holds that the Honduran President received a bribe from Mexican drug lord El Chapo.
In a court filing, prosecutors say that for a decade, Juan Orlando Hernandez and other top Honduran politicians and officials “relied on drug proceeds to fund National Party campaigns."
According to environmental organizations, Milgen Soto was killed for leading a fight against a timber company.
The incident happened as Sánchez was getting out of her vehicle.
The Honduran public prosecutor office determined that those charged in the murder agreed to a sum of 500,000 lempiras - about US$20,000 - as payment for Caceres assassination.
The new migration deal is similar to agreements signed by El Salvador on Sept. 20 and Guatemala on July 26.