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Maria Meza's family gets tear-gassed News
Despite Intimidation Tactics, Mom and Kids Tear-Gassed at US Border Finally Allowed to File for Asylum
A pair of Democratic lawmakers live-tweeted their experience accompanying asylum-seekers overnight at the Otay Mesa port of entry
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Why Hondurans See Migration as an Act of Civil Disobedience
In walking out of their country en masse, Hondurans are making a loud, bold statement about the extreme injustices they face at home.
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Refused Right to Seek Asylum, Honduran Refugees Demand Reparations for Destructive US Foreign Policy in Central America
"It may seem like a lot of money to you. But it is a small sum compared to everything the United States has stolen from Honduras."
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Indigenous and environmental leader Berta Cáceres was murdered in her home in Honduras on March 2, 2016.  (Photo: Goldman Enviornmental Foundation) News
Following Guilty Verdicts for Seven Men but Not 'Masterminds of Crime,' Justice for Beta Cáceres Still Missing
"Justice here was not complete," says daughter of late environmental activist
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The caravan of thousands of Central Americans advance walking after the federal police opened the road to Tapanatepec on October 27, 2018 in Tapanatepec, Mexico. The caravan of the Central Americans plans to eventually reach the United States. Views
The Hondurans are Coming! Trump Stirs the Pot of Hysteria, the Media Happily Spoons It Out
It's crucial to understand that Trump could not drum up this latest round of panic on his own.
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Immigrant Rights Advocates Denounce Trump DHS for 'Shameful and Cruel' End to Protection for Hondurans
In "another unconscionable attack on immigrants," the Trump administration will force 57,000 Hondurans out of the country—bringing the total number of people who have lost TPS under Trump to 425,000
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Accompaniment in Honduras
How can we be free when our sisters and brothers are not?
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Opposition leaders Mel Zelaya and Salvador Nasralla speak to crowds during a protest in Tegucigalpa while the army ominously line up behind them. Mel Zelaya was ousted in a military coup, endorsed by the U.S. goverment, in 2009. In 2017, Salvador Nasralla was the presidential candidate for the opposition Alliance Against the Dictatorship. The opposition point to irregularities before, during and after the election that are backed up by reports from the Observer Mission of the Organisation of American States Views
While Pundits Condemn Iran, Honduran Police Kill Street Demonstrators
Do you smell a double standard? You should—and hardly for the first time.
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Supporters of Libre Alliance presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla News
Leftist Coalition in Honduras Calls for Uprising Ahead of Presidential Inauguration
"Nobody should obey a usurper government."
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A protester walks by a barricade of burning tires in the neighborhood of Villanueva in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on December 15, 2017. Views
International Community Remains Split Over Contested Honduran Election As Protests Continue
The rhetoric of the state and the growing intensity of the protests has led many to fear that Honduras is heading toward a civil war.
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