The Fire Department in Comayagua (Bomberos de Honduras) found a surprise this morning in the Primero de Mayo neighborhood of Comayagua, about 100 kilometers from the capital of Honduras. After posing for photos, the boa constrictor was transported to the Center for Experimental Development (Centro de Desarrollo Experimental – CEDA) to continue its life.
The head of the Ministry of Finance, Wilfredo Cerrato, said that the construction of the Palmerola airport in Comayagua, and the eventual closure of Toncontin in Tegucigalpa, is a matter of national security. Cerrato addressed the issue after last week’s demonstration in the capital against Toncontin Airport in Honduras‘s upcoming closure stirred public sentiment. “Palmerola […]
Monday afternoon a mission of the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights (IACHR) visited San Pedro Sula to begin the inspection of 24 prisons in Honduras. The mission met yesterday with the public and the Roman Catholic Church in order to discuss the current situation of the penitentiary system of Honduras. On March 26th, representatives of […]
In five days it will be two months since the tragic fire in the Comayagua Prison, and still the Public Ministry (MP) not has been able to accomplish the delivery of all 361 remains. Additionally, the MP has been unable to complete their investigation into the individual authorities responsible, by action or inaction, for the […]
A team of four Spanish policemen will work in Honduras to help with the identification of victims of the Honduras prison fire in Comayagua, on February 14, 2012. José Francisco Planells, the Commissioner General of the Scientific Police, said the presence of the Spanish police has been requested by Honduras. The officers will remain for […]