Gulf Times - Honduras
Thousands protest against Honduras president

Thousands protest against Honduras president

Thousands of people marched through the streets of the Honduran capital Friday night demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez and an investigation of him and his family.

Mexico allows caravan women, children in, but thousands still stranded

Mexico allows caravan women, children in, but thousands still stranded

Mexican authorities allowed dozens of women and children from a US-bound Honduran migrant caravan to enter the country Saturday but thousands remain stranded on a border bridge between Guatemala and Mexico where riot police barred their progress.

Migrant caravan halted on Mexico-Guatemala border

Migrant caravan halted on Mexico-Guatemala border

Hundreds of people in a caravan of migrants that crossed from Honduras into Guatemala staged a dramatic bid to breach the Mexican border on Friday, as local governments began preparing to disperse the convoy under pressure from Washington.

Trump threatens to cut US aid to Honduras over immigrant caravan

Trump threatens to cut US aid to Honduras over immigrant caravan

US President Donald Trump threatened on Tuesday to withdraw funding and aid from Honduras if it does not stop a caravan of people that is heading to the United States, in his latest effort to show his administration's tough stance on immigration.

Honduran president declared winner of disputed poll

Honduran president declared winner of disputed poll

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez was declared on Sunday the winner of a heavily disputed presidential election held three weeks ago, despite mounting protests and opposition claims of fraud.

Amnesty condemns 'dangerous and illegal' tactics by Honduras

Amnesty condemns 'dangerous and illegal' tactics by Honduras

Authorities are using "dangerous and illegal" tactics to silence dissent in Honduras, where at least 14 people have been killed since a hotly-contested presidential vote last month, Amnesty International said Friday.

Honduran election crisis festers as rivals claim victory

Honduran election crisis festers as rivals claim victory

Four days after voting in a presidential election, Honduras sank deeper into crisis on Thursday, with no clear winner in sight and the vote count disputed by the US-friendly incumbent's centrist rival ...

Honduran president wins party primary, eyeing re-election

Honduran president wins party primary, eyeing re-election

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez won his party's primary on Sunday, raising his hopes of winning re-election in November 26 polls despite a constitutional one-term limit.

Five killed in second attack on Honduras family

Five killed in second attack on Honduras family

A family in Honduras' capital was attacked overnight for the second time in as many days by a gang exacting a murderous price on those refusing to meet its extortion demands, relatives and police said Tuesday.

Honduras manages to stall pine-munching bugs' march

Honduras manages to stall pine-munching bugs' march

Over the past three years, Honduras has lost a quarter of its pine forests to a plague of bark-munching beetles.

Sadd aim for more glory under new coach Ferreira

Sadd aim for more glory under new coach Ferreira

Al Sadd’s new coach Jesualdo Ferreira has ruled out hiring new players any time soon, saying he had full trust in the current squad.

Qatar Oct bank lending, deposits drop

Qatar Oct bank lending, deposits drop

Banks in Qatar have seen a drop in both their lending and deposit portfolios month-on-month (MoM) in October...