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Latest Honduras Items
The Mississippi Development Authority will lead a delegation of Mississippi companies on a business development mission to Central America from June 9-13.
A Guatemalan man claims in a lawsuit that popular Univision news host Jorge Ramos wrongly identified him as a U.S. immigration agent in a 2005 book about a fatal migrant smuggling venture, leading to death threats and eventually forcing the man and his family to leave Guatemala.
Jerry Bengston and Jerry Palacious scored either side of halftime to lead Honduras to a 2-1 win over Venezuela in an international friendly Wednesday.
Longshore union workers at the Port of Portland's container terminal stopped working Tuesday afternoon to honor a picket line established by Central American port workers, an action that intensified their adversarial relationship with management.
John Brown just may have outdone himself.
Midfielder Brek Shea and defender Oguchi Onyewu are returning to the U.S. national team roster for Wednesday's exhibition game against Ukraine for the first time since last summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup.
A housekeeper on New York's Long Island gave birth in her employer's bathroom, killed the newborn, then went to a hospital with the body in a bag and asked her unknowing husband to throw it away, prosecutors said Friday.
A cruise ship worker is accused of raping a passenger aboard a Holland America Line vessel and then trying to throw her overboard, authorities said Tuesday.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez has suspended eight of his country's consuls in the United States and the government says it will investigate allegations they illegally issued identity documents.