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  • CONCACAF official says Gold Cup sellout 'would not be a surprise'

    CONCACAF official says Gold Cup sellout 'would not be a surprise'
    CONCACAF general secretary Enrique Sanz said Wednesday that despite a low number of advanced ticket sales for Sunday's Gold Cup quarterfinals at M&T Bank Stadium, he expects the number of tickets to spike dramatically now that local soccer fans know...
  • Fútbol en Miami: Inglaterra jugará amistosos ante Perú, Ecuador y Honduras antes del Mundial

    Londres, 16 ene (EFE).- La selección de Inglaterra cerrará su preparación para el Mundial de Brasil del próximo verano con tres encuentros amistosos ante Perú, Ecuador y Honduras, anunció la Federación inglesa de fútbol (FA). El conjunto de Roy...
  • Fútbol: Honduras, Ecuador e Inglaterra disputarán amistosos en Miami

    Fútbol: Honduras, Ecuador e Inglaterra disputarán amistosos en Miami
    El fútbol de primer nivel internacional regresará en junio al Sun Life Stadium de Miami; y con un trío de selecciones mundialistas: Honduras, Ecuador e Inglaterra. Como parte de la preparación de los tres equipos de cara a la Copa Mundial Brasil 2014,...
  • In post-coup Honduras, rising poverty and inequality, report says

    In post-coup Honduras, rising poverty and inequality, report says
    MEXICO CITY – Violence and political upheaval in Honduras in the four years since a military coup ousted the elected president have eroded the economy and expanded the gap between rich and poor, a new report concludes. The report, due to be...
  • Honduras elections: A chance to get it right this time

    Honduras elections: A chance to get it right this time
    In June 2009, democracy, human rights and the rule of law were shattered in Honduras. Democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya was flown out of the country at gunpoint, and, in the days and months that followed, pro-democracy demonstrations were...
  • Honduras presidential campaign shakes up the status quo

    Honduras presidential campaign shakes up the status quo
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — A new party is challenging the business and political establishment that has ruled Honduras since civilian government took charge a generation ago. And its candidate is the wife of a former president deposed by those...
  • Honduras: Voters face historic choice against troubled backdrop

    Honduras: Voters face historic choice against troubled backdrop
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Hondurans were voting for president Sunday, choosing from the most diverse slate of candidates in national history but in an election overshadowed by deadly violence and endemic poverty. Voters overwhelmingly said they...
  • Early results show conservative ahead in Honduras

    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Juan Orlando Hernandez, candidate of the conservative ruling National Party, took an early lead in Honduras' presidential election Sunday, a vote overshadowed by deadly violence, endemic poverty and the lingering...
  • Ruling party's lead disputed in Honduran presidential election

    Ruling party's lead disputed in Honduran presidential election
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Chanting “take to the streets” Monday, Honduran supporters of the country’s first major pro-left political party vigorously protested official presidential election results that showed their candidate...
  • Thousands march in Honduras to protest election result

    Thousands march in Honduras to protest election result
    MEXICO CITY — Thousands of leftists marched in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa on Sunday to protest — peacefully but vehemently — the Nov. 24 election of a conservative presidential candidate that they say was marked by fraud....
  • Central American amputees, once migrants, seek help in Mexico

    Central American amputees, once migrants, seek help in Mexico
    TAPACHULA, Mexico — The last time Norman Varela made an unauthorized crossing into Mexico, he was headed to the United States, in search of a job, riding atop the infamous northbound freight train known as La Bestia — the Beast. Mexican...