This week, U.S. President Barack Obama is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the first time since the U.S. signed a deal with Iran. Two weeks ago, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez traveled to Israel to meet with Netanyahu. The timing of these meetings is no coincidence. Both Hernandez and Netanyahu are in […]
Honduran Miskitos and other groups are demanding the government help them protect their territory in the swampy, heavily forested region.
“The [Honduran] constitution doesn’t say anything about citizens having the right to bear arms,” this may account for the difference in gun culture between Honduras and the United States, where the right to gun ownership is guaranteed by the Second Amendment.
In the Department of El Paraíso, Honduras, soldiers yesterday afternoon overtook the Las Manos Border Customs office between the countries of Honduras and Nicaragua. An unusual pattern of groups and items were noted entering Honduras, a red flag to Customs agents that a closer look was necessary. The armed forces, in conjunction with agents in […]
Honduras plans to sell a $500m bond in the third quarter to refinance the debt of the state-controlled power company, according to finance minister Wilfredo Cerrato. The Country has not decided a tenor for the bond, but is keen on issuing paper in the 10-year to 15-year range, Cerrato said. The funds will be used […]