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Espinal has since gone on a hunger strike in an effort to draw international attention to the plight of Hondurans, and the nearly 30 political prisoners who have been arrested since January. Janet said the authorities have shut the water off to the prison, limiting the prisoners' access to water for five minutes a ...
“Over 200 people volunteer in Honduras each year through this organization, making an incredible impact on the health and well-being of Hondurans living in mountainous, remote villages.” According to Schroyer, Honduras is poverty stricken, and many children die there each year of malnutrition.

Another 67 percent of Hondurans on Twitter also said they didn't want to see the current law reformed. ... including the former Secretary of Security Reyna Elizabeth Ayala Reyes, held since July in preventive detention for allegedly stealing the equivalent of US$63.4 million from the Honduran people.
SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah)- An immigration hold was placed on three people from Honduras after state officials busted them for distributing narcotics in the Salt Lake Valley. photo Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, ...
It's the Honduran people rejecting the policies of plundering, death and violence of the state”, said Berta Zuniga Caceres, who coordinates the Civic Council of People's and Indigenous Organisations of Honduras (COPINH). In an interview with Colombia Informa, she spoke about the current situation in her ...
In a letter addressed to then-Acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke, Baker wrote, in part: "I urge you to recognize the unsuitability of ordering tens of thousands of Haitians, Salvadorans and Hondurans now in the United States to return to homelands that are in crisis and that will be at risk of ...

If the Department of Homeland Security doesn't extend TPS for Hondurans past July 5th, nearly 60,000 people are at risk of losing it, including his parents. Monroy's parents would be returning to a country they have not seen in decades and that's facing massive political unrest. They could stay in the U.S. ...
The Northern Triangle of Central America (Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador) is at a crossroads. On the one hand, significant bilateral and multilateral efforts are underway to help stabilize these countries and to improve the capacity of their governments to meet the needs of those who have been ...
In fact, Hondurans with Temporary Protected Status like Guzman are still able to legally work. The Department of Homeland Security automatically extended work authorizations until July 2018 for those who re-register for the program. New individual work permits can take months to arrive in the mail.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Two Honduran citizens have pleaded guilty to creating shell companies in Central Florida that allowed construction contractors and subcontractors to hire mostly undocumented aliens and skirt paying payroll taxes and workers' compensation insurance, federal prosecutors ...
Hondurans living in the New York City area and some North American supporters gathered with signs, leaflets and sound equipment on the afternoon of Jan. 27 in Union Square to inform thousands of passersby that the Honduran people will not accept the electoral fraud of Nov. 26. The International Action ...
This past week, Hondurans young and old took to the streets in a nationwide strike to denounce their stolen democracy, determined to liberate their country from what they call a ... Yet overlooking breeches in the rule of law and repression of the democratic rights of the Honduran people has long-term costs.
Honduras is on the verge of serious upheaval. On Saturday, its re-elected president, Juan Orlando Hernandez, will have his second inauguration. But many Hondurans believe the vote count after the Nov. 26 election was tampered with. Moreover, the country's constitution prohibits re-election of the ...
Thousands of Hondurans are expected to march to the the country's Congress in the capital Tegucigalpa Thursday as lawmakers hold their first session since the Nov. 26 elections in order to protest the controversial re-election of right-wing President Juan Orlando Hernandez. RELATED: 60 Year Old Man ...
last updated: 13/01/2018. Protests to denounce the outcome of a controversial presidential election rock the Honduran capital a week ahead of a planned national strike. Now Reading: Hondurans protest against 'fraudulent' election ...
Former President Manuel Zelaya, the director of the Opposition Alliance, reiterated his call for a major national strike from Jan. 20 to 27, running up to the swearing in of Hernandez. | Photo: Reuters. Previous; Next. Published 7 January 2018. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share ...
Non-profit organizations across the country are working to renew the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for Nicaraguans and Hondurans who have until February 13 to file their papers. In November, the Trump administration announced they would not extend TPS for Nicaraguans and gave them 14 months ...

Non-profit organizations across the country are working to renew the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for Nicaraguans and Hondurans who have until February 13 to file their papers. In November, the Trump administration announced they would not extend TPS for Nicaraguans and gave them 14 months ...
ALLAN NAIRN: Well, it's, in a sense, an intifada of Hondurans against election fraud. But, more deeply, it's a class uprising against an oligarchy that the U.S. has been backing for decades. The U.S. first used it in the '80s to stage the Contra attack against Nicaragua. Honduras was their base. Now they say ...
People gathered in the Costa Rican capital Wednesday to demonstrate their solidarity with the people of Honduras following their disputed Nov. 26 presidential election. “Honduras deserves support for human rights,” one woman's sign read. “Honduras: We want you FREE of injustice, fraud and repression ...
As protests simmer down and Hondurans have a moment to catch their breath, many here are coming to the realization that no matter who is declared winner of this historic election, the country has a lot of work ahead. The election put front and center a deep-seated lack of trust in political leaders, ...
Honduras has been on edge since its Nov. 26 presidential election, as yet undecided. On Sunday, thousands of supporters of opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla marched in Tegucigalpa, the capital city. They want the international community's attention – and its sustained pressure for a fairly decided ...
Tens of thousands gather around presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla as protests continue around the country. | Photo: Courtesy of Heather Gies. Previous; Next. Published 11 December 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to ...
And our job is to give peace and security to the Honduran people, not repress them. We want all Hondurans to be safe." —Member of Cobra police unit"We want peace, and we will not follow government orders – we're tired of this," a spokesperson for the police told reporters outside the national police ...
Venezuelan social movements have called for solidarity with Hondurans experiencing “electoral fraud” in their country. Hundreds of Venezuelans rallied in solidarity with the Honduran people Tuesday, gathering to voice their indignation at “electoral fraud” in the country and the international media's ...
The vast majority of Hondurans say JOH's win is electoral fraud. With 70 percent of the vote counted, Salvador Nasralla, candidate of the Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship coalition, was far enough ahead that there was no chance to overtake him. On Nov. 27 the JOH regime simply shut down the ...
Scores of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras as they march to the Congress to protest lawmakers' first session since disputed presidential elections took place in Nov. 26. RELATED: Hondurans Protest New Congress Ahead of Hernandez Inauguration. Amid a crackdown on ...
This week, 57,000 Hondurans living in the U.S. will find out whether they can remain here legally. The Department of Homeland Security renewed their temporary protective status, or TPS, until July. That was the latest of several renewals they were granted after being given TPS following a devastating ...
Honduras has been on edge since its Nov. 26 presidential election, as yet undecided. On Sunday, thousands of supporters of opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla marched in Tegucigalpa, the capital city. They want the international community's attention – and its sustained pressure for a fairly decided ...
Tens of thousands gather around presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla as protests continue around the country. | Photo: Courtesy of Heather Gies. Previous; Next. Published 11 December 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to ...
The government agency issued a statement on its website Friday warning 86,000 TPS Hondurans to "not pay for or send in any type of paperwork until the USCIS updates the official re-enrollment information on this site." Marlon Tabora, the Honduran ambassador in Washington, said she is in continual ...
In the face of state repression and blatant fraud, Hondurans are demanding their right to a democratic election. .... I think right now it is very clear, to international observers as well as the Honduran people, that the election is being stolen and the government is cracking down with terrifying repression, and ...
As Honduras deals with the aftermath of a contentious election, social media has given Hondurans a chance to tell their own stories. It's become an invaluable resource, ... with a political ideology. We can't keep confronting people, and we don't want to repress and violate the rights of the Honduran people.” ...
And our job is to give peace and security to the Honduran people, not repress them. We want all Hondurans to be safe." —Member of Cobra police unit"We want peace, and we will not follow government orders – we're tired of this," a spokesperson for the police told reporters outside the national police ...
Venezuelan social movements have called for solidarity with Hondurans experiencing “electoral fraud” in their country. Hundreds of Venezuelans rallied in solidarity with the Honduran people Tuesday, gathering to voice their indignation at “electoral fraud” in the country and the international media's ...
... a political ideology. We can't keep confronting people, and we don't want to repress and violate the rights of the Honduran people. ... Since Sunday, Hondurans have taken to the streets across the country, facing off against security forces clad in riot gear, who used tear gas and water cannon. A night-time ...
“The Honduran people who peacefully went to the polls to assert their civic rights last Sunday do not deserve to see their country in turmoil,” the government statement said. “The best thing for Hondurans right now is to allow the Supreme Electoral Tribunal, the national and electoral international observers, ...
In this photo released by Honduras' Presidency, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez poses for photographers after casting his vote ...
His opponents argue that only the Honduran people hold the power to change the constitution, making Hernandez's candidacy "illegal". "There is an important percentage of citizens that reject and are against a candidate that seeks re-election in an illegal and illegitimate way," Eugenio Sosa, a sociologist ...
Hondurans are preparing to vote in the much-anticipated Nov. 26 presidential elections, including nationals living in United States. Yet, of the approximately one million Hondurans permanently living in the United States, only 50,100 are eligible to vote, according to the Honduran Supreme Electoral ...
For Belinda Osorio Hanzman, being forced to return to San Pedro Sula in Honduras would mean leaving behind her two US-born children.
Washington D.C., Nov 10, 2017 / 11:27 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Extending Honduran migrants' protected status is the “right thing to do” because of the dangerous situation in their country, the U.S. bishops have said. Hondurans with temporary protected status have “deep ties to our communities, parishes, and country,” said ...
White House chief of staff John Kelly · John Francis KellyMORE pressured Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke to cancel the immigration status of nearly 60,000 Hondurans, according to The Washington Post. Duke decided Monday to extend Honduras's designation within an immigration ...
A woman holds a sign showing her support for Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, during a rally near the U.S. Capitol in Washington Sept. 26.
Although the Department of Homeland Security had until Monday to determine whether to extend the protections for both countries, Acting Secretary Elaine Duke made no decision on temporary protected status (TPS) for Hondurans because she wanted to review more information, officials said Monday.
The Trump administration said Monday it will end a special program that for years has protected more than 5,000 Nicaraguans against deportation, but stopped short of ending similar protections for immigrants from Hondurans or other countries. While the announcement means that the Nicaraguans who ...
Trump administration ending protections for thousands of Nicaraguan migrants, and defers decision on Hondurans ...
Today was the deadline for the administration to decide the fate of those Nicaraguans and some 57,000 Hondurans -- but that second group ...
"Temporary protected status" for immigrants from Honduras and Nicaragua expires Monday and among those worrying about whether the ...
With the Trump administration set to decide next month whether to renew Temporary Protected Status for nearly 60,000 Hondurans ...


 

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