2,000 protest alleged CIA role in crack epidemic Report says U.S.-backed contras used cocaine sales to fund arms purchases
Career diplomat expected as negotiator on canal U.S.-Panama relationship to be determined
Clinton receives warm welcome by Baptist group of 10,000 in Fla. President stresses need to hire people off welfare
Guatemalans seek better life on Shore Immigrants: The detainment of 107 suspected illegal immigrants has shaken the tranquil lives of Latino residents at a Caroline Co. trailer park.
Sean Callahan, man on a mission Profile: New director of human resources for Catholic Relief Services, back from the poorest regions of India, sees much of the same inhumanity in America.
Doctors' trips to Belize a labor of love, charity Facial abnormalities of children repaired free
Fear increases as Nicaraguan vote nears Authorities worry gangs will impede democracy
Dying Marine receives a 'long overdue' honor Medal: Staff Sgt. Miles N. Kaiser, who was wounded in El Salvador, is dying of AIDS, which he believes he contracted through a blood tranfusion there. Years later, he is being awarded the Purple Heart. @
Let the U.S. come clean on Honduras Declassification request: Honduran human rights director deserves U.S. cooperation.
CIA informer is linked to killing of American Guatemalan colonel's role was left out of papers declassified by U.S.
Immigrants flock to jobs in suburbs They are considered vital to work force
RAIN FOREST RETREAT Soaking Up the Good Life at Belize's Maruba Spa
In Sierra Leone, military leader hands over...
A Man of Many Roles Well-versed: Actor Ruben Blades is playing a cop again, this time in Baltimore for an NBC pilot. He's also a Grammy-winning singer, a lawyer and a runner-up for Panama's presidency.
Top Guatemalans implicated in cover-up of slaying Probe finds 2 presidents, defense ministers withheld information
Honduras progressed on rights, U.S. says State Department report also cites illegal detention, torture, official impunity
U.N., Haiti find police training is no substitute for experience New civilian officers in El Salvador also running into trouble
Guatemalan terror seeps into U.S. Critics of killings, violence linked to CIA face threats
A guilty plea of sorts in Honduras Taped confessional: Torturer says he did it, remains a fugitive from justice.
Immigrant describes long trek to America 40 aliens are held, facing deportation
Central America's religious landscape Papal visit: Challenges from Protestant groups, divisions on liberation theology.
In Honduras, a win for the disappeared Survivors celebrate decision to allow civilians to try military
Top Honduran general calls for working with courts Won't say if indicted officers will appear
Military can be tried in Honduran civil courts 9-0 ruling pertains to officers accused of rights abuses
Former envoy to Honduras says he did what he could U.S. Embassy fought rights abuses, reported facts, Negroponte says
Honduras must unveil its past Amnesty threat: President undermines effort to find truth of alleged killings.
Honduran president backs amnesty It is 'sensible' to forget '80s abuses, Reina says; many denounce stand
Honduran judge orders arrest of three officers Evidence justifies trial in kidnap-torture of 6 students, jurist rules
Honduras to charge officer in '82 murder of lawyer Colonel believed to have headed Battalion 316
Honduran army chief is ordered to testify Ex-president also gets summons in probe of '82 torture cases
Bus trip to Panama City not for the faint of heart
Departing Honduras to where? Ex-envoy tells how U.S. ignored midair vanishings
Singing, Scripture readings, testimony lend support to Latino victims of torture Southeast Baltimore vigil seen as a first step to healing, counseling
Judge in trial of Honduran military isn't afraid to die Justice be done: Unlike some of his predecessors, Judge Roy Medina has refused to bow to death threats as he investigates the military's kidnapping and torture of six students.
Honduran court asked to void three warrants Officers disobey judge investigating claims of human rights abuses
Honduran officers evade arrest Police seek 3 men linked to rights abuses in 1980s by CIA-trained army unit
Honduran judge orders military officers arrested 3 refused to obey summonses in probe
Hondurans debate amnesty for officers 10 tied to rights abuses by Battalion 316 in '80s
Honduran officers get delay in call to testify Military men tied to crime by Battalion 316 in 1980s
CIA should clean house on Honduras Timely precedent: Agency disciplines 10 for shielding human rights abuses in Guatemala.
Honduran military men refuse to testify 10 officers linked to Battalion 316 defy court, claim amnesty; Inquiry is called a farce; CIA-trained unit implicated in kidnap, torture and murders
Honduras secrets sought Senate urges Clinton to declassify CIA data on '80s abuses; 'Lies, cover-ups' employed; Measure would expose U.S. relationship with infamous Battalion 316
CIA chief calls Honduras a lesson in what not to do
Trial of 10 military officers may be at least a month away
Honduran military fades from glory days of power
Tainted Honduran army turns to TV ads
Honduras asks for files on U.S. ties to military
Justice in Central America?
Honduran judge considers arresting 11 military men accused of torture