Honduras Emergency Managers Review Technology

Two top Honduran Emergency Management officials and their aides visited the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum on Hutchinson Island on Wednesday afternoon. The four men were escorted by Lt. Alfredo J. Moreno, program coordinator for the U.S. Army’s Military Group in Honduras. Lisandro Rosales, national commissioner of Honduras’ counterpart of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Administration, […]

EU – Honduras Sign Economic Agreement

Honduras and the European Union (EU) yesterday signed an economic agreement worth 60.5 million euros (80.4 million U.S. dollars) to improve Honduras’s budget. “This is the first of several agreements that we are going to release in the coming months,” EU representative to Honduras, Peter Versteeg said. Versteeg also said that Honduras’ agreement with the […]

US Immigration True-Life Stories

“When she became a citizen through Reagan’s amnesty program, she was allowed to sponsor her two Honduran sons for legal status, but one of them chose not to become a full citizen. Now that was causing him trouble—at a particularly touchy and turbulent time for immigrants.” “Before amnesty, Mendez survived her own brushes with immigration […]

Pearson Found Guilty in Fraud Case

Christopher Pearson, the former Mashantucket Pequot tribal official convicted of defrauding investors in a Honduran resort project that never materialized, was sentenced today to 21 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release. U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny also ordered Pearson to pay restitution to his victims. According to evidence presented during […]

El Progreso, Yoro and Cortes

To anyone concerned with family in Progreso, Yoro and Cortes, I have spoken to family members there who live in el centro de Progreso and in Omonita right next to the Puente la democracia and as far as they say, things are not too bad. Of course the bridge is damaged and all transportation has […]

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