A Honduran radio journalist has been found executed, authorities said -- the 22nd journalist to be killed in the nation since 2010.
A rise in organized crime makes Honduras one of the deadliest countries in the world, as CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
First video of a fire at a prison in northern Honduras from TELEVICENTRO that has claimed lives.
At least 13 people died Thursday in a fire at a prison in northern Honduras, a fire official said.
A group of U.S. lawmakers is calling for a halt in aid to Honduras until the government there makes progress in investigating a rash of journalist deaths in the past two years.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden vowed Tuesday to help Honduras and other Central American nations defeat drug traffickers and fight corruption.
Fire officials on Sunday lowered the number of people they say were killed when a fire ripped through a prison in central Honduras last week to 358.
A massive fire kills more than 270 inmates at an overpopulated prison in Honduras. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
The death toll from a prison fire in central Honduras rose to 382 Thursday, as new details emerged about what happened when flames tore through the overcrowded facility.
In central Honduras, more than 300 inmates burned or suffocated to death in a prison. One can only imagine the cries of those trapped in their cells, while no one could find a key to let them escape the flames. We can only try to comprehend the agony of the prisoners' parents, children, relatives or friends as they saw the images on television, wondering whether their loved ones survived or, if they died, how much they suffered in their final moments.
More than 300 inmates were killed in a prison fire in central Honduras, officials said Wednesday, as families clamored to learn whether their loved ones were among the victims.
At least 272 people were killed in a fire at a prison in central Honduras.
CNN's Kaj Larsen travels to Honduras, a corridor for cocaine smuggling with the highest homicide rates in the world.
Flanked by police officers with assault rifles, and riding down a highway in the back of a police pickup, police commissioner Julian Hernandez explains the difficult task of fighting crime.
The U.S. Peace Corps has pulled more than 150 volunteers out of Honduras while the organization reviews security in the Central American country, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.
In a campaign to cleanse its national police force of "rotten apples," Honduras has placed 176 police officers under investigation for a range of alleged crimes, from corruption to murder.
A tropical depression formed in the western Caribbean Sea on Sunday, and is likely to become Tropical Storm Rina as it skirts the Honduran coastline, the National Hurricane Center said.
Gunmen dressed in black targeted two cars at an airport in northwest Honduras, killing six and leaving four injured, authorities said.
A tropical storm formed in the Caribbean Friday and is expected to move across the coast of Belize Saturday afternoon or night.
Hundreds of troops and police officers headed to northern Honduras Tuesday after at least 11 people died in two days of clashes, authorities said.
The Organization of American States voted Wednesday to readmit Honduras into the regional body.
The Organization of American States voted Wednesday to readmit Honduras into the regional body.
CNN's Karl Penhaul reports on a military-led coup in Honduras and the ouster of President Jose Manuel Zelaya.
Former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, who was ousted in a coup nearly two years ago, returned to his homeland Saturday.
Ousted ex-Honduran President Manuel Zelaya inked an accord Sunday with the country's current president that will allow him to return to Honduras after almost two years in exile, officials said.
Almost two years after being ousted from power, ex-Honduran President Manuel Zelaya is ready to return to his homeland, a supporter and political leader told CNN en Español.
A small passenger plane crashed Monday into a hill outside the capital of Honduras, killing all 14 people aboard, officials said.
Hate crimes from beatings to murders are rising in Honduras but investigations and prosecutions are rare with few victims receiving help, according to the gay community.
Leaders in Honduras' gay and transgender communities say they are a target of hate crimes. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Fourteen people were shot and killed at a soccer field in northern Honduras, a police spokesman said Saturday.
Tropical Storm Matthew was strengthening Friday and could become a hurricane -- bringing heavy rains, flash floods and mudslides to Central America, forecasters said.
Eighteen people died and several others were wounded Tuesday in a shooting at a shoe factory in San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras, police said.
Chile is re-establishing diplomatic relations with Honduras more than a year after a coup sent the Central American country into political crisis, Chile's foreign ministry announced Friday.
The killings of seven journalists in Honduras so far this year have not been seriously investigated by authorities, creating an atmosphere lawlessness and impunity, concluded a report by the Committee to Protect Journalists released Tuesday.
The American Embassy in Honduras has issued a warning about classic dengue and hemorrhagic dengue fever, which have killed 21 people in the country this year. Five more deaths are under investigation.
European champions Spain beat Honduras 2-0 in Group H to get their World Cup campaign back on track.
Unfancied Switzerland inflicted the first big shock of the World Cup by consigning European champions Spain to a surprise 1-0 defeat in Durban.
Three quick thoughts after Chile's 1-0 victory over Honduras in Group H on Wednesday:
There is good reason to hope that Israel has been paying attention to Central America in the past year. In the event that it has not, it might fall on the U.S. to give Israel a crash course.
Honduras suffered nine months of political turmoil after a military-led coup removed the elected president. Now, it joins Mexico, riddled with drug violence, as the deadliest place for journalists working in the Western hemisphere.
An Organization of American States commission condemned Monday the slayings last month of three Honduran political activists opposed to a military-led coup that removed the elected president in June.
Unidentified gunmen killed Honduras' top anti-drug cop on Tuesday, a national police spokesman told CNN.
Bliss, pure bliss. October 14, 2009, will be remembered for the people of Honduras taking to the streets to celebrate the national team's miraculous qualification for the World Cup in South Africa.
CNN's Patricia Janiot reports on high voter turnout in Honduras, despite a call for a boycott by the deposed president.
Voters in Honduras have elected a new president, but it remained in question Monday whether the international community would recognize conservative candidate Porfirio Lobo Sosa.
UNICEF reports an increase in deaths in the last four months. As CNN's Rafael Romo reports, some blame the political crisis.
Hondurans will answer two questions Sunday when the troubled Central American nation holds elections: Who will win the presidency, and will voters heed calls for a boycott?
Mexico and the United States will be going to the 2010 World Cup finals after winning their penultimate matches in CONCACAF qualifying on Saturday night.
A group of independent U.N. experts expressed concern Friday over the increased use of mercenaries in Honduras, where a de facto president has been in power since a military-led coup in June.
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras -- You'd be forgiven for thinking you had traveled in a time warp back to the 1980s for the U.S.' big World Cup qualifier against Honduras here on Saturday night (10 p.m. ET, closed-circuit TV in English and Spanish).
MIAMI -- The U.S. could clinch a World Cup berth on Saturday night, and not many American soccer fans will be watching.
A controversial emergency decree limiting some freedoms in Honduras remained in place Tuesday, despite de facto President Roberto Micheletti's stated intention to repeal it.
Roberto Micheletti, the de facto president of Honduras, announced Monday that he would lift an emergency decree that allows authorities to limit constitutional rights such as freedoms of expression, travel and gathering in public. But repeal of the law would not be immediate, pending a legal review, he said.
The U.S. State Department is calling on Honduras' de facto president to immediately rescind an emergency decree that limits constitutional rights such as freedoms of expression, travel and public congregation.
Brazil on Sunday rejected an ultimatum from Honduras' de facto government to decide the status of ousted President Jose Manuel Zelaya, who has been holed up in the South American country's embassy in Honduras since last week.
The Charle's Angels star takes to the Internet to knockdown reports that she attempted suicide in Honduras
Ramping up pressure on Honduras' interim government, the United States has revoked the visa of the beleaguered country's leader, a senior Honduran official told CNN en Espanol on Saturday.
The United States is terminating all non-humanitarian aid to the de facto Honduran government to pressure it to return its ousted president to power, the State Department announced Thursday.
A delegation of foreign ministers led by the Organization of American States' secretary-general arrived Monday in Honduras in an effort to restore ousted President Jose Manuel Zelaya to office.
In the seven weeks since the military-backed bloodless coup in Honduras, several hundred people protesting against the de facto government have been arbitrarily arrested and beaten by government forces, a new Amnesty International report says.
Honduras reversed course Monday, saying it will allow a delegation from the Organization of American States to visit the country -- on the condition that the organization's head attends only as an observer.
CNN's Karl Penhaul examines the place where ousted president Jose Manuel Zelaya crossed into Honduras.
Ousted Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya returned to Nicaragua late Friday night after briefly entering his home country from which he was removed in a military coup nearly a month ago.
One game away from a chance to win its third straight Gold Cup, the U.S. national team plays Honduras for the third time in the past seven weeks on Thursday (7 p.m. ET, Fox Soccer Channel, TeleFutura) with a different team than it used the last two times.
Talks between ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and Honduras' interim government appear to have broken down.
The United States will support an international mediation effort to restore democratic order in Honduras, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.
The Organization of American States suspended Honduras late Saturday because the nation's new leaders refused to reinstate ousted President Jose Manuel Zelaya.
The head of the Organization of American States said Friday he has found no willingness among leaders of Honduras' interim government to return President Jose Manuel Zelaya to power.
Honduran soldiers shot out the tires of buses headed for a demonstration in support of ousted President Jose Manuel Zelaya, a video obtained by CNN shows.
Video shows Honduran soldiers shooting the tires of buses carrying supporters of the country's ousted president.
Supporters of ousted Honduran president take to the streets and face off with security forces. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.
The United States put some teeth in its diplomatic signals to Honduras Thursday, stopping some aid programs temporarily to the Latin American country as it grapples with its two-president crisis.
Ousted Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya said Wednesday he will not return to his home country until at least Saturday, after a three-day international deadline to reinstate him.
A new standoff was brewing in Honduras as the country's recently deposed president vowed to return, while the new provisional government said it would arrest him if he set foot back in the country.
CNN's Pauline Chiou talks with former Venezuelan ambassador to the U.N. about the military led coup in Honduras.
CHICAGO -- A U.S. team, meticulously prepared and riding a wave of confidence, marched into hostile territory and proceeded to get ambushed. The whistle had barely blown before the Americans' game plan fell to pieces and they gave up an early, back-breaking goal.
Streets and bridges are left damaged after an earthquake struck off the coast of Honduras.
At least six people were killed Thursday when a powerful earthquake struck off the coast of Honduras, President Jose Manuel Zelaya told CNN en Español Thursday.
CNN Hero Shin Fujiyama's Students Helping Honduras has raised $750,000 for education and community projects.
Shin Fujiyama's life has been highlighted by second chances.
Honduran authorities dedicated to the protection of children and adolescents have undertaken a campaign to protect youngsters who beg on the streets.
Honduras defeated nine-man Mexico 1-0 thanks to an own goal on Wednesday to advance to the CONCACAF finals in the battle for a place at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Five people died and more than 80 were injured when a commercial airliner overshot the runway into an adjoining street, crushing three vehicles and splitting into three sections before resting a few feet from a house, officials said.
At least three are dead and several others injured after a passenger jet overshoots the runway in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Rescue officials climb onto the plane that overshot the runway while landing in Honduras.
American forces in Honduras focus on the civilian mission. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
"Come on let's go!" says Capt. Jeremy Bastian, a U.S. Air Force chaplain.
More than 5,000 soldiers and police have fanned out across Honduras to fight a wave of violent crime that also has swept across El Salvador and Guatemala.
Felix losing strength
Felix Hits Honduras
Hurricane Felix increased in strength in the early hours of Tuesday as it barreled toward Central America, where it is expected to come ashore along the Nicaragua-Honduras border.
Mexico's 2010 World Cup campaign is in trouble.
Picture this. Ten-year-old children get up before dawn every morning and go to work. They are paid by the piece, not by a guaranteed hourly wage. They get no benefits. And they work seven days a we...
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