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Stories of Honduras
Hear from our activantes in Honduras as they talk to people on the ground, and help bring to light the reality of the political and social turmoil in the post-coup nation that has come to be known as the "most violent in the world".
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26 Election Day Violence in Honduras
27 SOA Watch Delegation Blocked from Reaching Rio Blanco
28 2013 Honduran Presidential Elections
29 Honduran Military Police: "What search warrant, here we can do whatever we want."
30 Call for an end to the criminalization of COPINH leaders
31 US Pours Millions into Building New Honduran Navy Bases while Victims Shot by Navy Officer are Abandoned
32 Impunity for Police Abuse of Anti-Coup Demonstrators
33 The Struggle for Land in Agua Blanca Sur
34 The Murder of Tomas Garcia by the Honduran Military
35 Photo Essay: The Burying of Tomas Garcia in Rio Blanco
36 Honoring Isy Obed Murillo, the first martyr of the Honduran resistance to the coup
37 SOA graduate involved in criminalization of Indigenous leader Berta Caceres
38 Ask your Senator to sign onto the Cardin Letter about Honduras
39 Family Members of Ebed Yanes Hold Vigil Outside Court
40 One Year Anniversary the Murder of 15-year old Ebed Yanes by the Honduran Military
41 One year after the Ahuas attack, the victims are completely abandoned
42 One Year Anniversary of DEA Raid Gone Wrong in Honduras
43 Video: Exhumation at the Paso Aguan Plantation
44 Exhumation of a Clandestine Grave in the Paso Aguan Plantation
45 ANACH secretary murdered by assassins under the command of landowners, amid constant militarization
46 Defending Rio Blanco: Three Weeks of the Lenca Community Roadblock
47 Urge the Honduran government to respect the Rio Blanco Indigenous Community
48 E-mail the Honduran Authorities to Protect the Life of Pedro Canales
49 Action Alert: Threats against Zacate Grande Human Rights Defenders
50 Campesino Organizations Condemn Media Campaign to Justify More Murders of Campesinos in the Aguan
 
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