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ANTICONQUISTA Jun 12
❗️🇭🇳 300 U.S. Marines Invade The U.S. Southern Command has deployed 300 Marines on Honduran soil under the pretext of "preparing for natural disasters." This comes as thousands continue to protest the right-wing government of Juan Orlando Hernández, a US puppet.
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Honduras Solidarity 16h
With news about police strike, gas shortages & suspicious activity at the Presidential palace, Hondurans are all over streets blocking the roads. All exits/entrances into Tegucigalpa are blocked and road blockades are appearing in areas where there usually aren’t any.
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Honduras Solidarity 13h
Northwestern city of El Progreso
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teleSUR English 12h
| Mass protests have erupted across Honduras this evening as thousands of people demonstrate against the government of Juan Orlando Hernandez.
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Sandra Cuffe 15h
Today in , the military bestowed its highest honour upon the US de facto Ambassador. Meanwhile, the country is on fire. Literally. Highway bonfires. Gas shortages. Police special forces on strike. Roadblocks all over to demand . Follow for updates.
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ubique 15h
: Just now, protesters against the president set up flaming barricades in . Via
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Honduras Solidarity Jun 11
A vídeo of a police official in Choloma harassing a journalist, in a country where journalists are beaten, shot at, threatened, killed, & forced into exile just for reporting & doing their job. There is no freedom of expression or freedom of the press in
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Honduras Solidarity Jun 17
HSN Webinar: - 10 years after the coup. The uprising that you’re not hearing about. THIS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th. 5:30 pm PST or 8:30 pm EST. Please join us. Register here:
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teleSUR English 12h
| Protesters in the capital, Tegucigalpa, take over the streets demanding for the ousting of President Juan Orlando Hernandez. The uprising by Special Forces continues.
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Hilda Elvir 13h
Pray for as civil unrest gets progessively out of control. Pray for our families and for our country's future. Pray that one day families don't flee lives of violence and that one day we are governed justly through democracy.
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Department of State Jun 17
. provides an update on U.S. foreign assistance to the Northern Triangle countries of , , and .
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Honduras Solidarity 12h
This photo pretty much captures the growing sentiment in . “This is the moment. Out with JOH”
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Popular Resistance 15h
As the protests peaked, fire was set to the doors of the US embassy in the capital, in an act of retribution against the US for its role in propping up the widely unpopular president.
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Christ Chavarria 10h
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Honduras Solidarity 16h
Heavy trucks remained lined up for miles at entrance of Tegucigalpa partially blocking the main road (only one lane open) as part of strike that has not been resolved. Gas shortages continue as do the line-ups at gas stations
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Enrico Ivanov ☦ 8h
Replying to @Russ_Warrior
🇭🇳 Police announces to the media that it's joining the fight against the -backed regime of Juan Orlando Hernandez.
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Ben Bartenstein Jun 19
Much attention has been paid to the Central American migrant caravan and pulling aid from the region. We dig into how the policies in , and encourage the poorest to leave. w/
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Honduras Solidarity 13h
Live rounds being fired at protesters in Cofradía sector close to northwestern city of San Pedro Sula . Military Police open-fired on protesters in Tegucigalpa, 1 person hit in head & in critical condition. 3 others suffer from non-life threatening injuries (so far)
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All sports highlights Jun 9
7 × 0 The goal of Richardson
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Honduras Solidarity Jun 14
Today in Puerto Cortés in northern where bananas, coffee, clothing apparel, car parts & most recently, cocaine hidden in containers, etc, etc, destined for markets around world are shipped from largest port in Central America. Private companies are likely not happy
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