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Thousands of impoverished Hondurans travel by foot in the Migrant Walk now in southern Guatemala, despite Honduran president's plea for them to return.    Full Story

Some Guatemalan police forces even defied orders and accompanied the caravan several kilometers into the country, according to the AP. Full Story

Tropical Storm Michael has rained on Honduras for days, killing at least 6 and forcing over 3,200 to evacuate their homes. Several departments are on red alert.
President Diaz-Canel says he'll "denounce the aberrant blockade policy" imposed by the U.S. on Cuba in front of the UN, saying Trump is inciting a new Cold War.
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Organizations want the JOH administration to fund investigations of the country's femicide epidemic that is becoming more torturous in nature.  
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Honduran officials declare a medical state of emergency for the mumps epidemic that has infected over 5,500 people since January.
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So far, no announcments have been made on a continuation date for the trial, pending the resolution of legal objections that have been filed in the Court of Appeals.
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Amidst independence day parades in Honduras, national security forces threw tear gas and fired water cannons on anti-government protesters.
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The prosecuting team has accused the attorney of withholding key evidence.
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