New Currency for Honduras?

Central American presidents met in the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula and ratified their determination to seek regional integration as the way to unite against the world economic crisis and move towards a common currency. The 33rd Summit of the Central American Integration System, or SICA, ended Friday with a joint press conference, at […]

Ship Battery

A crew member on a Honduran ship docked in Fort Pierce, Florida in the US has been charged with attacking a crew mate with an ax. Fort Pierce police say Walter R. Bodden is charged with aggravated battery after the weekend attack aboard the Southern Relentless. Police say Bodden and the victim got into a […]

Fresh Water Requested

The Honduran government has asked Charleston, South Carolina-based Water Missions International to provide 10 water treatment systems to help flood victims in Honduras. The nonprofit said the filtration units use 275-gallon tanks in steel cages that can be taken to remote areas in pickup trucks. They include generators that operate pumps to purify water from […]

Honduran Navy Works to Keep Us Safe

Two divers from this Honduran Naval Base receive instruction from retired Admiral F. Gonzales (right) before entering the water to participate in Course 17. The course is designed to build confidence between pairs of divers who find themselves stuck within a riptide or other strong underwater current and have only one air tank to share. […]

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