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Human rights organization the Committee of Relatives of the Disappeared in Honduras (Cofadeh) and earlier local media reports suggested the assassin was a member of the police, but authorities are denying the claim. Police, relying on video footage of the killing, have arrested and taken into custody ...
The Committee of Relatives of the Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH), the human rights group that helped Urbina leave Honduras safely and has advocated on his behalf, confirmed Wednesday that Urbina was in the care of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees as an asylum seeker in ...

They fired live ammunition at mostly young protesters — killing at least 14 from November 30 to December 5, according to the Honduran human rights organization Committee of the Families of the Disappeared Detainees (COFADEH). There would be no official announcement for nearly two weeks, then ...
Eduardo Enrique Urbina Ayala was shocked to see his face and name making the rounds on social media, in posts that framed him as the person responsible for setting fire to a military truck during a protest at the height of Honduras' post-election crisis in December. The 22-year-old activist had left the ...
The Committee of Family Members of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (Cofadeh) reports that between Nov. 28 and Dec. 30 alone the police and military detained over one thousand Nasralla supporters during massive and frequent protests against the allegedly fraudulent elections that took ...
Meanwhile, the Honduran military police are carrying out targeted attacks against protest leaders, journalists and human rights defenders in the wake of the post-electoral crisis, according to a leading Honduran human rights organisation, COFADEH. Thirty-four social leaders have been forced to leave the ...

The death is one of at least 30 blamed on security forces policing protests in Honduras since November, according to a report by the Committee for the Relatives of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH), a Honduran non-governmental organization founded in the 1980s. The majority of ...
Bertha Oliva, co-founder and director of the Honduran human rights organization COFADEH, has been defending human rights and fighting for justice for historic and ongoing abuses in the Central American country for over three decades. COFADEH formed to search and demand justice for the victims of ...
I had arrived at the Tegucigalpa offices of the Honduran human rights organization Committee of Relatives of the Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH) at 8:30 that morning to meet with Bertha Oliva, the organization's director. Bertha, it turned out, was not at the office but at Flor del Campo police station ...
Meanwhile, the Honduran military police are carrying out targeted attacks against protest leaders, journalists and human rights defenders in the wake of the post-electoral crisis, according to a leading Honduran human rights organisation, COFADEH. Thirty-four social leaders have been forced to leave the ...
Military forces opened fire on protesters in Honduras killing a 60-year-old man and severely wounding another, according to the non-government organization, Committee of the Families of Detained and Disappeared of Honduras (COFADEH). RELATED: Honduran Former President Gassed in Election ...
The death is one of at least 30 blamed on security forces policing protests in Honduras since November, according to a report by the Committee for the Relatives of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH), a Honduran non-governmental organization founded in the 1980s. The majority of ...
According to Cofadeh, at least 21 people were killed by the military police, (PMOP), which was originally created to lead the government's crackdown on violent street gangs. Relatives of the dead say they fear that there will be no justice over post-election violence: some say they have been threatened by ...
Committee of the Families of Detained and Disappeared of Honduras (COFADEH) reported that, between Nov. 28 and Dec. 30, at least 31 people were killed while protesting the results of the election and another 232 injured – mainly at the hands of the military and national police. The organization also ...
Since protests started up this week at least one person was killed by military forces and another severely injured, according to the non-government organization, Committee of the Families of Detained and Disappeared of Honduras (COFADEH). COFADEH reports that since major protests began in late ...
... partnership), Honduran human rights organisations CEHPRODEC, CIPRODEH, COFADEH and the International Platform Against Impunity.
The human rights defense network of the western Honduran department of Lempira released a statement through Cofadeh holding the ...

According to the Honduran human rights organization COFADEH, formed in the 1980s by family members of the disappeared, Battalion 316 ...
According to the Honduran newspaper, Tiempo, as well as the Honduran human rights group, COFADEH, the agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency ...
... partnership), Honduran human rights organisations CEHPRODEC, CIPRODEH, COFADEH and the International Platform Against Impunity.
According to the Honduran human rights organization COFADEH, Banegas' candidacy “threatens the interests of transnational mining ...
The human rights defense network of the western Honduran department of Lempira released a statement through Cofadeh holding the ...
According to the Honduran human rights organization COFADEH, formed in the 1980s by family members of the disappeared, Battalion 316 ...
According to the Honduran newspaper, Tiempo, as well as the Honduran human rights group, COFADEH, the agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency ...
Honduras has long been one of Washington's most "captive nations" in Central America, never independent from US dominance.
... to confront this crisis, urge today the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders (an OMCT - FIDH partnership), Honduran human rights organisations CEHPRODEC, CIPRODEH, COFADEH and the International Platform Against Impunity.
According to the Honduran human rights organization COFADEH, Banegas' candidacy "threatens the interests of transnational mining companies and large landowners in the region.
Leaders were regularly "disappeared" and, like in Argentina, a group of women -- mothers, sisters, partners and wives of the missing -- formed an organization called COFADEH (Committee of Relatives of the Disappeared in Honduras). Today it is still the ...
"I declare myself a survivor of the insecurity that the majority of the country faces," Molina said in a statement released by the local human rights organization Cofadeh on Tuesday from the University School Hospital in Tegucigalpa where he is being ...
On top of the hundreds of death threats, persecutions and executions, according to COFADEH, the Committee of Families of Missing Detainees in Honduras, the coup was followed with "militarized roadblocks that affected 16 departments in the country ...
Human rights and environmental organisations in North America - like Rights Action and Global Witness - have stood in solidarity with those in Honduras - like COFADEH and COPINH - who have opposed the military government and demanded a return to ...
At least 34 members of the opposition have disappeared or been killed, and more than 300 people have been killed by state security forces since the coup, according to the leading human rights organization Cofadeh. At least 13 journalists have been ...
Oliva founded the Committee for the Relatives of the Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH, by Spanish initials) in 1981, after government forces kidnapped her husband from their home.
That January, UC-Santa Cruz historian Dana Frank described the carnage in The New York Times, reporting that "more than 300 people have been killed by state security forces since the coup, according to the leading human rights organization Cofadeh.
She is one of 15 human rights defenders who have been killed in Honduras while beneficiaries of IACHR precautionary measures, as reported by the Committee of Relatives of the Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH). On March 5, 2016, the IACHR granted ...
She had a card to sign to mark COFADEH's 33rd anniversary. In Egypt, Azza Soliman and 16 others have been released. 6. One World Week: our display in the cathedral on the theme of refugees and the Human Right Act led to petitions being signed.


 

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