National Anti-Corruption Council denounces corruption in the National Bank for Agricultural Development totaling $1.6 million, including transactions from a firm hired to construct a market in Tegucigalpa to a firm owned by former president of the bank Carlos Noe Ramirez.

Map. History of Latin America conflict

17 December 2018
21 days have passed since the first Caravan Migrant left San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Tonight they are in Matías Romero, Oaxaca, Mexico and more than 500 km from the capital of the country
National Anti-Corruption Council denounces corruption in the National Bank for Agricultural Development totaling $1.6 million, including transactions from a firm hired to construct a market in Tegucigalpa to a firm owned by former president of the bank Carlos Noe Ramirez.
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Demand that Lenín Moreno withdraw Ecuadorian nationality from Julian Assange
The departure of the third #CaravanaMigrantesElSalvador from San Salvador. The group consists of about 400 people and is the second caravan left today from the capital of El Salvador
Migrant caravan in Juchitán, Oaxaca where it's members are hoping to get buses from Mexican state and federal authorities in order to get to Mexico City.
There are already dozens of photos and videos on the US military's media site showcasing deployments for "Operation Faithful Patriot" to the border.
A third Migrant Caravan comes to Mexico from El Salvador
Two soldiers killed in confrontation over farmer eviction Honduras
There are many children who need humanitarian support in Migrants caravan. The @UNICEFMexico team continues on the ground coordinating efforts with authorities and society to enforce their rights. Today in Juchitán
The second #Caravanmigrant has already entered Mexico. 2 thousand 500 migrants crossed the river and the police only observed.
Some 2,000 migrants from the second caravan cross the border between Guatemala and Mexico by swimming1 month ago
Some 2,000 migrants from the second caravan cross the border between Guatemala and Mexico by swimming
Honduras: hired gunmen and security forces are beating and terrorizing a peaceful unarmed community protest against a mine (company = Inversiones Los Pinares) threatening their water and land in Guapinol near Tocoa, Colón
This group said they crossed the Suchiate River into Mexico on inner tubes alone at 3 a.m. to catch up with the caravan. They identified as gay and trans and said they were fleeing persecution in El Salvador.
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Ecuador will maintain Assange's asylum as long as he wants, but he must follow rules - Ecuador official
CaravanaMigrante crosses river Suchiate while Federal Police awaits them. Entire families continue their struggle to reach Mexican territory1 month ago
#CaravanaMigrante crosses river #Suchiate while Federal Police awaits them. Entire families continue their struggle to reach Mexican territory
A third Caravan of Migrants trying to cross the Suchiate River to Mexico. Helicopter trying to prevent them
The caravan has crossed into Mexico, but it was a dangerous journey. They formed human chains to guarantee that everyone made it
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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange says Ecuador is seeking to end his asylum and turn him over to the U.S.
Earthquake of magnitude 6.4 hits south of Argentina's town of Ushuaia – USGS
#CaravanaMigrante: @AP reporting that a 26-year-old Honduran migrant has died of a head wound from a rubber bullet after a group clashed with Guatemalan and Mexican police on a bridge over the Suchiate River between the two countries. Firefighters said dozens of people were hurt
A new caravan of hundreds of migrants has departed the capital of El Salvador, intending to reach US.
Another act of violence occurred in the neighborhood of Manzana 6 colonia Maya zone 18, where two workers from a straightening and painting workshop were injured. They were identified as Kevin Alexander Alfaro of 25 years and Moses Israel Pernillo of 37.
Trump signs Hezbollah Sanctions into Law (HIFPAA), targets Hezbollah's financial network, states sponsors and Latin American activities.
Honduras: US lawmakers sound the alarm over threats to journalists and activists
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