Honduras rubbish: Eco-cides take over Caribbean coast

Masses of rubbish are floating in the Caribbean, along the coast from neighbouring Guatemala. They are known as ‘eco-cides’ in Honduras.

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    A new phenomenon is appearing throughout Honduras.

    Masses of rubbish are floating in the Caribbean, along the coast from neighbouring Guatemala. They are known as 'eco-cides' in Honduras.

    Biologists say the level of contamination is unprecedented, and government leaders in Honduras blame neighbouring Guatemala for the disaster.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Honduras.


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