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  • Fútbol CONCACAF: Superioridad de México en el área

    La consagración de México como campeón, venciendo a Honduras en electrizante final, es la confirmación de que hay material para creer, y que el camino iniciado con sufrimiento en la Copa América de Argentina, no sólo se veía más verde del otro lado del...
  • Honduran man wanted on murder charges detained in Randallstown

    An MS-13 gang member wanted in Honduras in the killing of a man with a machete was arrested Monday at his home in Randallstown, federal authorities announced. Oscar Orlando Amador Centeno, 29, had previously been deported in January 2010 for illegally...
  • Failure to bring border-crossing fugitives to justice a national problem

    Failure to bring border-crossing fugitives to justice a national problem
    Jorge Montiel fled to his hometown near Pachuca, Mexico, after he was alleged to have raped and murdered a Georgia housewife in October 2010. Federal agents tried to bring the international fugitive to justice, but something stood in the way: the cost....
  • Honduras: Sobrevivientes relatan terror en cárcel hondureña

    El hombre de piel curtida tiene el rostro descompuesto y una mirada que refleja miedo. No es para menos: estuvo a punto de morir calcinado o asfixiado como muchos de sus compañeros en la granja penal de Comayagua, donde hasta el miércoles se habían...
  • Tropical Storm Rina expected to strengthen

    Tropical Storm Rina expected to strengthen
    A tropical depression in the Caribbean strengthened into a storm on Sunday evening, the National Hurricane Center said. At 5 a.m. Monday, Tropical Storm Rina was over the northwestern Caribbean sea with heavy rains affecting northeastern Honduras.  It...
  • For the record

    Honduras: An Aug. 24 Op-Ed article about U.S. policy on Honduras referred to President Porfirio Lobo coming to power in a 2009 military coup. Lobo won an election held in November 2009.
  • Father-and-son team heading for Central America to help the poor

    Father-and-son team heading for Central America to help the poor
    Owings Mills ophthalmologist Marc Honig and his son, Evan, could have simply donated some money to help the disadvantaged in Honduras. They could have collected some old eyeglasses, or solicited their colleagues and fellow students for help, or tried to...
  • Budget cuts: L.A. County court system to lay off 350 employees

     
    The Los Angeles County Court system is expected to lay off some 350 employees in June and "restructure" more than 50 courtrooms because of deep cuts in court funding by the state, according to a memo obtained Tuesday by the the Times....
  • Prison brawl in Mexico was cover for jail break, authorities say

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- A prison riot that left 44 inmates beaten or knifed to death served as cover for a massive jail break by members of Mexico’s deadliest criminal gang, the Zetas, authorities said Monday. Thirty Zeta members escaped...
  • Islamic rebel group claims responsibility for Nigerian prison break

     
    Nigerian militants Boko Haram free 119 inmates in jail break: Heavily armed gunmen on motorbikes stormed a Nigerian prison, blew open the front gate and freed 119 inmates, authorities said Thursday. Islamic rebel goup, Boko Haram, claimed responsibility...
  • Must Reads: Deadly fire and a political star who lived in a cave

     
    From a deadly prison fire in Honduras to the Chinese political star who lived nearly seven years in a cave, here are five stories not to miss from this week....