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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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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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Honduran Government Denounced for Using 'Dangerous and Illegal Tactics' to Silence Dissent
"Honduras seems to be on a very dangerous free fall where ordinary people are the victims of reckless and selfish political games," Amnesty International warns amid crackdown on mass protests over allegations of election fraud
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"We Don't Want to Repress": Police in Honduras Refuse Orders to Stamp Out Pro-Democracy Protests
"We are tired. And our job is to give peace and security to the Honduran people, not repress them. We want all Hondurans to be safe."
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US Outrage Grows at Risk of Honduran Election Theft, 50 Groups Join Call
Outraged at the possibility of the theft of Honduras’ election by the discredited current administration, 50 US rights groups have joined call to urge the US to press Honduras for electoral transparency.
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Lina Michel Colindres, 17 months, with her mother, Nely, at a voting booth in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Sunday. (Rodrigo Abd / AP) Views
Is the Honduran Election Being Stolen Eight Years After U.S.-Backed Coup?
It is tragically ironic that the U.S.-backed leadership in Honduras is the one directly linked to drug smuggling, repression and violence.
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Right-Wing Honduras Government Cracks Down as Protests Grow Over Alleged Vote-Rigging
Leftist coalition is charging fraud as ruling party, which came to power under U.S.-backed coup in 2009, faces growing outrage and demonstrations
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