This past Friday, Honduras executed extradition orders from December for Jose Inocente Valle Valle and his wife Marlen Griselda Amaya, accused of crimes linked to drug trafficking and money laundering. They were extradited to the United States. The couple, under tight security, posed together for the cameras, and at approximately 9:00 a.m. were escorted by DEA […]
The First Latin American and Caribbean Dialogue on Climate Change concluded successfully. The event was organized jointly by the Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation (SEPLAN) and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (SERNA) of Honduras. Tela, Honduras. After two days of presentations, speeches, debates and thematic meetings, those attending the First Latin American […]
Climate change experts share results of their actions European Union-Latin America Regional Seminar Tela, Honduras. Around 60 representatives from various Latin American countries met in Tela, Honduras to share the main results of actions on climate change and water resource management, developed in a framework for regional cooperation between the European Union (EU) and Latin […]
Honduras has increased its military presence and surveillance in the Gulf of Fonseca to ensure Honduras is able to exercise its right to be in the waters of the Pacific, and to avoid the possibility of the area becoming an alternate drug route.
Honduran sectors on Monday expressed through the press their opposition to the proposed legalization of drugs made by Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina. The digital newspaper laprensa.hn recalled that, according to a report of the Ministry of Security, 66 percent of crimes and offenses committed in Honduras are the result of drug use and trafficking. […]