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The U.N. expert on Indigenous rights stressed the importance of increased community consultation and ending impunity.  Full Story

The changes to the country's penal code muzzle the press and criminalize dissent.  Full Story

Devis Leonel Rivera’s drug shipment confession comes as new reports show that cocaine use in the U.S. has increased for the first time in 10 years.
"It's the deal with the devil," said a lawyer close to the case. "This guy has admitted to 78 murders" but the judge has complete discretion when it comes to deciding on his sentence.
Miguel Facusse, founder of Dinant, has been accused of decades of a bloody land-grabbing campaign in the region.
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President Juan Orlando Hernandez and Xiomara Castro will face off for the second time in Honduras' November election.
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In her second bid for president, leftist Xiomara Castro proposes broad political transformation in the Central American country.
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Around 5.8 million people are eligible to vote in Sunday's primary elections.
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A former drug boss testified in court that he paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in political bribes to protect his cocaine trafficking operations.
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World Bank funding subsidized company death squads, as well as the displacement, murder, torture and disappearances of local land defenders.
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