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Kate Kedley, PhD Sep 15
Today is Independence Day in Honduras - schools required to march honoring the government or they will be reprimanded. However, they are not independent while under control of a dictador. (1/2)
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Sandra Cuffe Sep 15
In , many people celebrate Independence Day with dissent. Children in school marches are wearing sashes. Mobilizations against the government are taking place around the country. Security forces are tear gassing protesters in some cities, including Tegucigalpa:
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Honduras_Nomad Sep 16
The US backed president of Honduras hates to be criticized. So he ordered the police to arrest anyone who would shout on Independence Day during any parade rout. School bands were also not allowed to play any protest music. Teachers would be arrested if done so.
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𝙎𝙤́𝙘𝙧𝙖𝙩𝙚𝙨 Sep 15
⠀ ⠀ "Gritar hasta que el universo te diga: Ten y deja de joder". ⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀
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Soy 504 Miguel Briceño Sep 15
Lo dicho señores ESTUDIANTE QUE NO PORTE BRAZALETE, NO ENTRA AL ESTADIO, por qué creen que llegaron al colegio de mi hijo a intimidarlo? Hijos de puto, cuidando delincuentes, narcos, asesinos de mierda. COBARDE BASURA.
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Jacky Indignada 🇭🇳 🆘 Sep 15
Ni pagando u obligando llena el estadio CC-4
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ASamPang Sep 11
The US double standards don't end to amaze me. 🤦🏾‍♂️ This is like trying to rehab a drunk in a bar with never ending happy our!
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Jorge Cuéllar Sep 15
I’m very happy to have recently dialogued with Honduran activist priest and Jesuit intellectual Padre Melo, an ardent defender of human rights in via his work with .
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Rafael Rodezno Sep 15
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Latin America Reports 3h
Protestors clashed with riot police in during the country's independence day celebrations on Sunday. Protesters are demanding 's resignation. vía We wrote more here:
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Info Data HN Sep 15
📢 Joven en fue enchachado por gritar y la población en las calles empezó a gritar masivamente , lo que provocó que la policía soltara al joven ante la reacción popular.
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Nicole Sagastume Sep 15
Alta es la noche y Morazán vigila. #
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ᕼEᑕTOᖇ ᒪᑌIᔕ ᗩᒪᗩᗰO Sep 16
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TaniaSandinista Sep 9
Con razón, no podía etiquetarlo, cada vez q lo buscaba al muchachito, para mandarle un mensajito🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 ESTE JUAN ORLANDO, se pasa, le tenes miedo al pueblo sinvergüenza???
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Ciudadano7 Sep 14
Con orgullo porta la banda una joven hondureña que conmemora la independencia bajo la esperanza de nuestro país.
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NoMasCorrupción 19h
The "president" is being involved by the NYC prosecutor as co-conspirator to introduce drugs into the US ... military are being mentioned, his brother is being tried.
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Señor Wonka™ 🇭🇳 Sep 15
Ellas si saben cual es el claro mensaje para toda Honduras éste 15 de septiembre.
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Ary Enrique 18h
El objetivo no es , el objetivo es tener un gobierno decente que le importe mas Honduras que su partido o riqueza de sus socios personales. Fuera Joh solo es primer paso para construir un país decente. Obstáculos hay muchos, no solo es Joh.
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Priviet Sep 12
Después de tanta represión, el pueblo está aprendiendo a defenderse.
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GATO Sep 14
Solo falta que toquen la de fuera Joh 🥁
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