Manuel Zelaya
Thousands of migrants fleeing misery reach Guatemala- Mexico border

Hondurans are undertaking this ordeal to escape violence, extreme poverty and for the prospects of a better life.

What comes after the coup?

Peoples Dispatch spoke with sociologist Marco Teruggi about the agreement to hold elections in Bolivia and the implications of the coup for the continent

Hondurans demand resignation of president following brother’s drug trafficking conviction

The younger brother of Juan Orlando Hernández, Tony Hernández, was declared guilty of trafficking 200,000 kilograms of cocaine and heavy weapons into the US

Chileans resist tyranny, Hondurans say Fuera JOH and more Ep 60: Chileans resist tyranny, Hondurans say Fuera JOH and more

We also look at the people’s rebellion in Honduras against the government of Juan Orlando Hernandez, and the strike by workers of the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.

“Conservative elements wanted to stop the process of change underway in Honduras”

10 years since the coup d’état in Honduras, we speak with Camilo Bermúdez to look at the motivations behind the coup and the impacts it has had on Honduras

Honduras: 10 years of resistance against right-wing coup

10 years after the military coup d’état in Honduras, we take a look at the watershed moment which changed the history of Honduras and Latin America

Over a 1,000 Hondurans set out in migrant caravan to US

The endemic corruption, poverty, lack of basic services and opportunities and widespread violence are the major motivating factors for the hundreds of Hondurans making their way towards the US

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