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Published: Wed, 20 Sep 2017 22:23:45 -0700

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Honduras: Files Suggest Police Leaders Ordered Killings of

Sat, 16 Apr 2016 07:00:00 GMT

New York Times, 16 Apr 2016 - MEXICO CITY - More than a dozen conspirators gathered at the headquarters of the Honduran National Police just after 9:30 p.m. One of them clicked open a briefcase, and bundles of American dollars were distributed among the police officers - payment for the next day's hit job. After everyone else filed out of the room, the three highest-ranking officers stayed behind to make a call.



Honduras: U.S. Won't Send Radar Data To Honduras In Dispute

Tue, 01 Apr 2014 07:00:00 GMT

Ledger-Enquirer, 01 Apr 2014 - MEXICO CITY - The U.S. government has ceased providing Honduras with radar tracking information out of concern that a new policy allowing its forces to shoot down aircraft suspected of hauling narcotics does not have enough safeguards to prevent error. A statement from the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa distributed Tuesday said other U.S.-financed counternarcotics programs would not be affected, but that Washington already has ceased sharing certain types of information and assistance with Honduras.



Honduras: U.S. Rethinks A Drug War After Deaths In Honduras

Sat, 13 Oct 2012 07:00:00 GMT

New York Times, 13 Oct 2012 - TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - The Honduran Air Force pilot did not know what to do. It was the dead of night, and he was chasing a small, suspected drug plane at a dangerously low altitude, just a few hundred feet above the Caribbean. He fired warning shots, but instead of landing, the plane flew lower and closer to the sea. "So the pilot made a decision, thinking it was the best thing to do," said Arturo Corrales, Honduras's foreign minister, one of several officials to give the first detailed account of the episode. "He shot down the plane."



Honduras: DEA Agent Kills Suspected Trafficker In Honduras

Mon, 25 Jun 2012 07:00:00 GMT

Seattle Times, 25 Jun 2012 - WASHINGTON - A U.S. agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration shot a man to death in Honduras during a raid on a drug smuggling operation early Saturday, a spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Honduras said on Sunday. The man who was killed had been reaching for his weapon, the official said, and the U.S. agent fired in self-defense. The shooting brought further attention to the growing U.S. involvement in counternarcotics operations in Central America. Commando style squads of DEA agents have been working with local security forces in several countries and have been present at several firefights in Honduras in which people died in the past 15 months.



Honduras: DEA's Agents Join Hondurans In Drug Battles

Thu, 17 May 2012 07:00:00 GMT

New York Times, 17 May 2012 - WASHINGTON - A commando-style squad of Drug Enforcement Administration agents accompanied the Honduran counternarcotics police during two firefights with cocaine smugglers in the jungles of the Central American country this month, according to officials in both countries who were briefed on the matter. One of the fights, which occurred last week, left as many as four people dead and has set off a backlash against the American presence there. It remains unclear whether the D.E.A. agents took part in the shooting during either episode, the first in the early hours of May 6 and the second early last Friday. In an initial account of the second episode, the Honduran government told local reporters that two drug traffickers had been killed and a large shipment of cocaine seized; he did not mention any American involvement. Several American officials said the D.E.A. agents did not return fire during the encounter.



Honduras: Honduras Says To Sign Anti-drug Pact With U.s.

Tue, 28 Dec 1999 08:00:00 GMT

Reuters, 28 Dec 1999 - TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (Reuters) - Honduras will sign an agreement with the United States in January to allow U.S. agents to board Honduran vessels suspected of carrying drugs, an official said on Monday. ``The negotiation phase is complete and we expect to sign an agreement not later than January,'' Minister of Exterior Relations Roberto Flores said.



Honduras: Wire: Honduras To Allow U.S. Drug Agents Search Its

Tue, 02 Mar 1999 08:00:00 GMT

Reuters, 02 Mar 1999 - TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, - The United States and Honduras will sign a deal next week allowing U.S. drug agents to search suspicious boats in Honduran waters, officials said on Tuesday. The bilateral treaty on fighting drug trafficking, which has been negotiated for months, will be signed in the Honduran capital on March 9 during U.S. President Bill Clinton's visit, Foreign Relations Minister Roberto Flores told reporters.



Honduras: Wire: Honduran police find huge marijuana plantation

Thu, 03 Dec 1998 08:00:00 GMT

Reuters, 3 Dec 1998 - (Reuters; 12/03/98) TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Honduran police have stumbled on the biggest marijuana plantation found in the past decade in the Central American country, an official said on Thursday.



WIRE: Drug Ring Took Over US-Built Airstrip, Honduras

Thu, 02 Apr 1998 08:00:00 GMT

Reuters, 2 Apr 1998 - TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Honduran officials said Monday drug traffickers had taken over an airstrip built by the United States in the 1980s to support Nicaraguan Contra rebels. The disclosure came as police said a senior anti-drug official had escaped an assassination attempt. The target had handed a list of suspected traffickers and accomplices to the government just days before.