The Honduras National Police along with the San Pedro Sula Fire Department have found weapons, gold as well as silver belts and saddles in a room shielded inside a mansion raided this Wednesday morning in the exclusive residential neighborhood of Bella Vista (The most exclusive in of San Pedro Sula), to the North of Honduras […]
For the first quarter of 2013, it is predicted that entrepreneurs will already benefit from the Free Trade Agreements with Canada and Mexico and the Partnership agreement with the European Union. Honduran entrepreneurs are awaiting and receiving advice on how best to profit from all three commercial agreements. The Free Trade Agreement between Central America […]
The Honduran Observatory on Violence, a program at Honduras’ largest public university UNAH, used fieldwork and media monitoring to count 432 people dead in 115 massacres between January 1 and December 14 in 2012. Firearms were used in 85 percent of the massacres — defined as the murder of three or more people at a […]
The Honduran government has signed power purchase agreements for three wind projects in the country with construction scheduled to start before the end of 2013.
One of the police officers accused by the public prosecutor for the death of the two University, among them the son of the Rector of the National Autonomous University, Julieta Castellanos, Rafael Alejandro Vargas Castellanos (22) and his friend Carlos David Rodriguez Pineda (24), surrendered yesterday to justice, official sources confirmed. Arnulfo Santos Padilla Rodríguez […]