Home
Countries
Honduras
Advanced Search

Search (Honduras)

All results are hidden due to your applied filters
1 all time
10/26/2019 Alerts

Current Security Situation Update: The U.S. Embassy has now lifted restrictions regarding travel for U.S. government employees and family members within Honduras.

213 all time
10/21/2019 Alerts

Due to unannounced demonstrations and road blockades, the U.S. Embassy has instructed U.S. government employees and family members to minimize unnecessary travel within Tegucigalpa; along the CA-5 between Tegucigalpa and...

73 all time
10/19/2019 Alerts

As a result of a recent ruling out of the U.S. Federal Court for the Southern District of New York, celebratory events and anti-government demonstrations or road blockades (“tomas”) calling for the ouster of President He...

10/11/2019

The former boss of Honduras' Los Cachiros cartel testified Friday that he paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to the current and former presidents of Honduras in exchange for protection from extradition to th...

15 all time
10/9/2019 Alerts

The U.S. Embassy has received information that the Taxi Cab Driver Association of Honduras is calling for a countrywide strike tomorrow, starting at 6:00 am. Negotiations between the taxi association and the Honduran Go...

10/3/2019

A Honduran drug trafficker testified Thursday that he gave $40,000 to Juan Antonio “Tony” Hernández in 2005 for the congressional campaign of his brother, who is now the president of Honduras. Trafficker Victor Hugo Díaz...

10/3/2019

A U.S. prosecutor on Wednesday accused Honduran politician Juan Antonio “Tony” Hernandez of smuggling tons of cocaine into the United States under the protection of his brother, President Juan Orlando Hernandez. In his o...

9/23/2019

At least 135 people have died from dengue this year in Honduras, nearly two-thirds of them children. Many other suspected deaths await lab confirmation. Honduras already has by far the highest death rate from dengue in L...

9/16/2019

A failure in Central America's electrical grid left millions of people without power for hours in at least four countries Monday. Honduras was the country hardest hit, with the entirety of its territory and its more than...

9/9/2019

In a closet-sized underground hip-hop studio in one of the deadliest neighborhoods in Honduras' capital, Leonardo Sierra believes nothing will change in his country until the United States decides it should. In the 28-ye...

OSAC logo

Overseas Security Advisory Council
Bureau of Diplomatic Security
U.S. Department of State

Processing

Warning

Error processing!