Protests Continue in Honduras
Doctors and teachers have held more demonstrations in Honduras, after the government revoked two emergency decrees which are at the heart of the protests. Our correspondent @GildateleSUR has more.
Mass Protests Ongoing in Honduras
FTS News Bits | Mass protests in #Honduras against the government of president Juan Orlando Hernandez have been met with heavy police repression. Our correspondent in Honduras @GildateleSUR has the story.
Masked Perpetrators Set Fire To The U.S. Embassy In Honduras
Snapshot | The United States embassy burns in Tegucigalpa. A masked group burned tires at the front door.
Mass Protests In Honduras Against Privatization
Snapshot | Mass Protests In Honduras Against Privatization
Mass Protests in Honduras Are Met With Heavy Police Repression
FTS News Bits | On a day of mass mobilizations in #Honduras against the government of #JuanOrlandoHernandez, police have come down on protesters who've taken over most of the nation's main roads and even the ...
Israeli Soldiers to train Honduran Police
Snapshot | Israel continues to expand its influence in Latin America and the far-right seeks its "expertise."
Women Lead The Resistance In Honduras
Snapshot | Several women´s organizations gathered in front of the Attorney General´s office leading the way on territorial resistance.
Honduras: Three Years Since Berta Caceres Murder
This weekend marked three years since the assassination of environmental activist Berta Caceres in Honduras. Our correspondent in Tegucigalpa, Gilda Silverstrucci, brings us up to date with the case.
Berta Caceres: Three Years After Her Murder
FTS News bits | Today marks three years since the murder of Honduran environmental activist Berta Caceres. Her nephew, Silvio Carrillo discuss the current state of investigation, as the family continues to push for justice. ...
Threats Are Denounced Against Environmental Activists In Honduras
FTS News Bits | Human Rights activists and social movements are denouncing increasing threats against environmental activists in Honduras after two indigenous leaders were killed, defending their territory. Twelve activists were detained.