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U.S., three Central American countries agree on joint police operations

28 Mar 2019

TEGUCIGALPA The United States said on Wednesday it had reached an agreement with three Central American countries to carry out joint police operations in the region, as the Trump administration seeks to stem the flow of migrants across its southern border.

U.S., three Central American countries agree on joint police operations

28 Mar 2019

TEGUCIGALPA The United States said on Wednesday it had reached an agreement with three Central American countries to carry out joint police operations in the region, as the Trump administration seeks to stem the flow of migrants across its southern border.

Honduran president calls Jerusalem Israeli capital, not moving embassy yet

25 Mar 2019

TEGUCIGALPA Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez on Sunday called Jerusalem Israel's capital, saying the Central American country would open a trade office there, but he stopped short of announcing plans to move his embassy from Tel Aviv.

Rival Honduran gangs in truce to end spiral of violence

29 May 2013

TEGUCIGALPA Two of the most violent gangs in Honduras announced a truce on Tuesday under a church-brokered drive to stem a tide of violence that has turned Honduras into the world's most murderous country.

Rival Honduran gangs in truce to end spiral of violence

29 May 2013

TEGUCIGALPA Two of the most violent gangs in Honduras announced a truce on Tuesday under a church-brokered drive to stem a tide of violence that has turned Honduras into the world's most murderous country.

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Europe holds 'most important' EU vote

Europeans start voting on Thursday in four days of elections to the EU parliament that will influence not just Brussels policy for the next five years but, to some extent, the very future of the Union project itself.