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Honduras

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  • Downey woman sentenced to federal prison for wire fraud

     
    A Downey woman has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison for running a scheme that collected $1 million from investors who believed their money was paying for Christian rock concerts and real estate investments....
  • WikiLeaks on Latin America: Honduras coup 'illegal'

     
    The June 2009 coup that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was rooted in an "illegal and unconstitutional" military and civilian plan, says one of the secret U.S. diplomatic cables published online by WikiLeaks. The cable, dated July 24, 2009, and...
  • Obama mourns David Kato, prominent African gay rights advocate beaten to death

     
    LGBT news. David Kato dead. David Kato murdered in Uganda....
  • This is what $245 million looks like

     
    The U.S. Coast Guard¬?this week announced the Dec. 2¬?seizure of more than two tons of cocaine from a vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. A¬?special forces team operating from the USS Oak Hill¬?discovered more than two tons of cocaine duringÂ...
  • Venezuelan presidential campaign already heating up

     
    Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez wasted little time in slamming Henrique Capriles, his main opponent in October's presidential election, as an unpatriotic tool of capitalism and the "Yanquis."...
  • See the world: Sri Lankan protesters slammed with water cannons

     
    Every day on World Now, we highlight a photo from somewhere in the world. Today our photo comes from Sri Lanka, where fishermen and Maoist opposition groups are protesting increases in fuel prices. Protests have raged in the South Asian island nation...
  • Islamist presidential hopeful wants to end U.S. aid to Egypt

     
    A campaign led by ultraconservative Islamist presidential candidate Hazem abu Ismail has called on Egyptians to raise money on their own so their country will not be dependent on $1.3 billion in annual U.S. military aid....
  • China's Xi spars with lawmakers, avoids specifics in speech

     
    REPORTING FROM WASHINGTON -- After getting an earful from U.S. lawmakers on his country's human rights record Wednesday morning, the official expected to be China's future leader faced a friendlier audience at a business-sponsored luncheon in Washington...
  • Inmate reportedly set deadly Honduras prison fire

     
    Honduran officials say the prison fire that killed at least 272 inmates was apparently ignited by an inmate who set fire to his mattress....
  • When thieves struck, this Kenyan chief turned to Twitter

     
    An administrative chief in the west Kenyan village of Lanet Umoja, uses Twitter for multiple purposes. Also, a look at a recent study by Portland Communications and Tweetminster called "How Africa Tweets."...
  • Palestinians mourn schoolchildren killed in bus accident

     
    The Palestinian Authority declared a three-day mourning period and ordered flags flown at half mast throughout the Palestinian territories and outside in mourning of children killed Thursday in a bus accident outside Ramallah....
  • At least 44 killed in Mexican prison riot

     
    Dozens of people were killed in a riot inside a Mexican prison Sunday, the latest lethal incident in Latin America's overcrowded, poorly maintained correctional facilities....