11 hrs ago
The Miami Herald
As Cubans move on, Central Americans are newest face of Little Havana
Many of these Nicaraguans live in the heart of "Little Havana" - a neighborhood made famous by the influx of political refugees fleeing the Fidel Castro regime in the early '60s.
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18 hrs ago
Neology Subsidiary Controles Electromecanicos Awarded Honduras Toll Project
Neology, a wholly owned subsidiary of Smartrac N.V., and leader in secure high-value Radio Frequency Identification solutions, today announced that its subsidiary, Controles Electromecanicos, has been awarded a contract for the supply, installation, and implementation of 18 toll collection plazas in Honduras.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Honduran police seize 743 kgs of cocaine
Police in Honduras have seized 743 kgs of cocaine hidden in false compartments inside a truck transporting cattle, the security secretariat announced Wednesday.
Caribbean News Now!
Open letter: Violations of Garifuna human rights in Honduras
To: The Honorable Presidents Barack Obama, United States of America Juan Orlando Hernndez, Republic of Honduras Otto Perez Molina, Republic of Guatemala Manuel Ortega, Republic of Nicaragua To: The Honorable Prime Ministers Ralph Gonsalves, St Vincent and the Grenadines Dean Barrow, Belize.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Find out how a cancelled flight led to a God encounter for Luis Ruiz.
In an airport in Honduras he met a woman whose life had been saved at the very medical clinic he was on his way to visit.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Rotarians get update on Honduras project
DR. BILLa SJOHNSON speaks to Bradley Sunrise Rotarians about a project to ensure people in Honduras have access to clean water while fellow speaker Dr. Sally Poston stands by.
New York Daily News
Honduran island of Roatan is a laid-back Caribbean paradise
Off the northern coast of mainland Honduras is a skinny, 32-mile-long island called Roat n.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
In Honduras: A Child's Life Forever Changed
Angel is an adorable and energetic 2-year-old who loves soccer and yearned to run -- an activity that was once significantly impaired by his severe club foot.
Floribeth: John Paul II's Costa Rican...
Call her the miracle lady on the hill -- one with a brain aneurysm whose healing was declared a miracle, clearing the way for the late John Paul II to become a saint.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Lewis W. Diuguid: A lonely, tough existence for blacks in Guatemala
The tour that my partner Bette and I took of this Central American country included stays in nearly a half-dozen hotels over close to 10 days on the invitation of anthropologist Robert Hinshaw and his wife, Linda.
Morris volunteers help out Habitat for Humanity in Honduras
The volunteers met and worked alongside homeowners-to-be Donaldo and Diana and their children.
Violence in Honduras Leads Cruise Lines to Stop Calling in Roatan
The challenge of ports like Roatan and Colon in Panama is the massive income inequality between the vast majority of the residents and the visitors who swing by for a bit of shopping and sight-seeing.
Ocrim building facilities in Central America
With the exception of facilities installed in existing buildings, each of the mills was studied and designed in 3D with a modular concept to foresee upgrades and expansions without interfering with the existing unit's operations.
'Blood moon' eclipse
Lunar eclipse of the moon underway over southern California as seen from Korea town, west of downtown Los Angeles early on April 15, 2014.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Carnival Dream sets sail from Erato Street Cruise Terminal
The 3,646-passenger Carnival Dream, the largest-capacity year-round cruise ship to homeport at the Port of New Orleans, left Monday afternoon on its first six-day cruise from the Erato Street Cruise Terminal.
Remains of OFW killed in Honduras to arrive on Sat
Jaycob Escobedo Gaban was a victim of a robbery hold-up in Roata, Honduras last April 7. His remains will arrive in Manila on April 19 via United Air flight UA183 at 9:10 p.m., and will be flown to his hometown in Bicol on April 20. He was reportedly using his iPad in a restaurant in the tourist island of Roatan, when a man tried to grab it.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Honduran Media Executive Murdered in His Home
A Radio Progreso executive who had received protection since 2009 was found stabbed to death this weekend in the northern Honduran province of Yoro, Reflection, Investigation and Communications Team, or ERIC, director the Rev.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Choral group, new venue among changes to annual Passion play in Farmington
This year's play will feature a choir for the first time. The play, which opens over the weekend and continues throughout Holy Week, tells the story of Jesus Christ's death and resurrection.
UN global study: Murder rate very high in Americas
In this March 11, 2012 file photo, the bodies of Lesbia Altamirano and Wilmer Orbera lie on the floor of a pool hall after they wre attacked by masked assailants in Choloma, on the outskirts of San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
UN global study: Murder rate very high in Americas
Global murder rates have declined slightly, but remain very high in the Americas and parts of Africa, according to a new U.N. study released Thursday.