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Five foreign tourists killed in Honduras plane crash
Five foreign tourists died on Saturday after a private plane they were traveling in crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from the island of Roatán, near the Atlantic Coast of Honduras, local authorities said.
Hundreds of migrants form caravan in Honduras to head for US
Almost 1,000 people gathered Tuesday night in the town of San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras to form a new caravan to reach the United States, police said.
US cuts aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras
The US government has cut aid to the Central American countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras for sending migrants to the United States, according to the State Department.
Honduras opposition bid to annul president's re-election rejected
Election officials in Honduras rejected the opposition's appeal demanding the annulment of President Juan Orlando Hernandez's re-election, which was lodged over voter fraud allegations in the bitterly disputed poll.
Honduras opposition calls for month of protests against president
Honduras's leftwing opposition called for a month of protests and possible insurrection to reject President Juan Orlando Hernandez's claim to have won re-election in a bitterly disputed poll held in November.
US validates crime of electoral fraud in Honduras: Opposition leaders
Honduran opposition leaders have strongly denounced the United States for recognizing President Juan Orlando Hernández as winner of a widely disputed election.
Amnesty condemns 'dangerous and illegal' tactics by Honduras
Authorities are using "dangerous and illegal" tactics to silence dissent in Honduras, where at least 14 people have been killed since a hotly-contested presidential vote last month, Amnesty International said Friday.
Vote counting finishes in Honduras, incumbent has more votes
The electoral tribunal in Honduras has finished counting votes in the country’s contentious presidential election after more than a week, with incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez having received more votes in the official tally.
Honduran vote count tilts toward incumbent president
Electoral authorities in Honduras seemed poised to hand the president a second term on Monday even after tens of thousands took to the streets in the biggest protests yet over suspected vote count fraud since last week’s disputed election.
Thousands protest alleged electoral fraud in Honduras
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Tegucigalpa on Wednesday to protest against the alleged manipulation of the presidential election results.
Australia rues missed chances in Honduras stalemate
Australia left Honduras with a 0-0 draw in the first leg of the World Cup playoff on Friday and the visitor will be the happier of the two sides despite missing chances that would have secured a big advantage for the return leg in Sydney.
Stampede at Honduras soccer stadium leaves 4 dead
Thousands of fans trying to force their way into a soccer stadium in Honduras stampeded in panic when police fired tear gas, leaving at least four people dead.
Honduras five suspects headed to US with stolen passports
Honduran authorities have arrested five suspects intending to make it to the United States with stolen Greek passports, triggering alarm Wednesday in the wake of the Paris attacks launched by ISIL (Daesh) terrorists.
1000s protest alleged government fraud in Honduras
Thousands of people in Honduras have taken to the streets of the capital, Tegucigalpa, to once again voice their anger at corruption allegations against the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
Dempsey strikes twice as US open Gold Cup defense with win
Clint Dempsey scored twice as the United States opened its CONCACAF Gold Cup defense with a 2-1 victory over Honduras on Tuesday.

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