Honduran Jesuit comes to US to promote reforms in US-Honduras relations

A six-person delegation of human rights activists from Honduras, including the high-profile "Padre Melo," is in the middle of a nine-city tour across the U.S. that's scheduled to end in Washington, D.C., with a rally and prayer service to draw attention to the drastic need for reform in Honduras.

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In militarized Honduras, delegation speaks truth to power to US Embassy

Members of the Emergency Religious Delegation to Honduras took a four-hour bus trip Jan. 28 from El Progreso to Tegucigalpa, Honduras, to deliver a report to the U.S. Embassy.

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Post-election Honduras means living in a hypermilitarized state

San Pedro Sula, Honduras - President Hernández gets inaugurated for a second term, while Hondurans live under military rule that keeps order with batons, tear gas and automatic weapons.

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Being a witness to election aftermath in Honduras

Perspective: An ecumenical delegation of 50 U.S. citizens is in Honduras Jan. 24-30 to learn more about the furious national political turmoil following the declaration that incumbent president Juan Orlando Hernández had won the Nov. 26 election.