Children detained spent more time in shelters, away from their families than in prior years, AP, Frontline reported.
by Jan Egeland
17 September 2019 GMT+3
Honduras and Nicaragua experienced significant power cuts, while El Salvador and Guatemala experienced partial outages.
11 September 2019 GMT+3
The court allows broad enforcement of a new rule barring nearly all Central Americans from seeking asylum in the US.
29 August 2019 GMT+3
Officials call new Honduras diplomatic office 'direct aggression', slam Nauru's recognition of city as Israeli capital.
28 August 2019 GMT+3
Hernandez, who in March called the city Israel's capital, to inaugurate office as extension of Tel Aviv-based embassy.
17 August 2019 GMT+3
With the demonstrations growing louder by the day, he must also put an immediate end to state repression.
by Erika Guevara-Rosas
14 November 2019 GMT+3
Juan Orlando Hernandez denies accepting bribes from drug gangs to win power six years ago amid increasing protests over corruption.
26 July 2019 GMT+3
At least 28,000 people affected of which 54, mostly children, have died in the worst dengue outbreak in decades.
15 July 2019 GMT+3
Rights groups call rule preventing most Central Americans from claiming asylum an attempt to 'dismantle asylum system'.
Legal challenges expected as US law allows refugees to request asylum when they arrive regardless of how they did so.
12 July 2019 GMT+3
Through hotlines and clinics, activists and health experts are trying to change the stigma associated with abortion.
7 July 2019 GMT+3
Debate over the morning-after pill has prevented the adoption of crucial guidelines for attending to sex abuse survivors
4 July 2019 GMT+3
The vessel sank near Cayo Gorda, a tiny island off the country's Caribbean coast.
30 June 2019 GMT+3
The morning-after pill has been banned for 10 years. Honduran groups are demanding access and working to change stigma.
28 June 2019 GMT+3
Thousands of Hondurans have fled the country in recent months as a government crackdown on protests continues.
Ninety percent of public schools in the country are facing an infrastructure crisis and hospitals are turning away patients.
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