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Honduras buries slain Miss World contestant, sister
Honduras buries slain Miss World contestant, sister

A shaken Honduras buried its Miss World contestant and her sister, after the latter's boyfriend shot them in a jealous rage, according to police and media reports.

Honduras buries slain Miss World contestant, sister
Miss Honduras shot dead 'after fleeing sister's boyfriend'
Miss Honduras shot dead 'after fleeing sister's boyfriend'

Miss Honduras was fatally shot as she tried to escape her sister's jealous boyfriend.

Miss Honduras shot dead 'after fleeing sister's boyfriend'
Sister's boyfriend arrested in search for Miss Honduras
Sister's boyfriend arrested in search for Miss Honduras

Officials arrested a suspect in the disappearance of the reigning Miss Honduras, Maria Jose Alvarado, whose sister's boyfriend is now being heldю

Sister's boyfriend arrested in search for Miss Honduras
Obama, Central American leaders meet on child migrants
Obama, Central American leaders meet on child migrants

President Barack Obama met Friday with three Central American leaders to try to get control of an humanitarian crisis triggered by a tide of child migrants crossing the southern US border.

Obama, Central American leaders meet on child migrants
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Canada expels 20 Hungarians for human trafficking

Canada announced the extradition of 20 Hungarians convicted in what authorities described as the largest human trafficking case in Canadian history, for forcing eastern European refugee claimants into slavery.

Canada expels 20 Hungarians for human trafficking
Body of Honduras journalist found; 45th killed since 2003
Body of Honduras journalist found; 45th killed since 2003

A Honduran reporter who went missing over the weekend has been found dead, the 45th journalist killed in the Central American country since 2003, officials said.

Body of Honduras journalist found; 45th killed since 2003
Honduras calls for curbing crime to fight child migration
Honduras calls for curbing crime to fight child migration

Honduras called for international efforts to fight organized crime to deter minors from leaving Central America to illegally enter the United States, where rights officials warned youths can face abuse.

Honduras calls for curbing crime to fight child migration
Three workers rescued from collapsed Honduras mine: officials
Three workers rescued from collapsed Honduras mine: officials

Rescuers freed three of 11 laborers trapped in a collapsed mine in southern Honduras, two days after the men became trapped.

Three workers rescued from collapsed Honduras mine: officials
Honduras murder rate the world's highest - but falling
Honduras murder rate the world's highest - but falling

The murder rate in Honduras -- the world's highest at more than eight times the international average -- has actually gone down.

Honduras murder rate the world's highest - but falling
Hernandez declared winner of disputed Honduras vote
Hernandez declared winner of disputed Honduras vote

The head of Honduras' electoral tribunal on Wednesday declared conservative Juan Orlando Hernandez the winner of the presidential poll, amid allegations of vote-rigging from the losing leftist candidate.

Hernandez declared winner of disputed Honduras vote
Protest in tense Honduras after disputed presidential vote
Protest in tense Honduras after disputed presidential vote

Hundreds of demonstrators blocked streets in the Honduras capital Tuesday in support of the leftist presidential candidate, who is claiming victory though authorities say the conservative won.

Protest in tense Honduras after disputed presidential vote
Conservative Hernandez leading Honduras presidential race: official
Conservative Hernandez leading Honduras presidential race: official

Conservative Juan Orlando Hernandez was leading in Honduras's presidential vote Sunday, garnering 34.97 percent of the vote.

Conservative Hernandez leading Honduras presidential race: official
Sex abuse victims list 'dirty dozen' papal candidates
Sex abuse victims list 'dirty dozen' papal candidates

Clergy sex abuse victims listed a "dirty dozen" potential papal candidates Wednesday and urged the Roman Catholic Church to "get serious" about protecting children, helping victims and exposing corruption.

Sex abuse victims list 'dirty dozen' papal candidates
Honduras leader regrets embassy orgy
Honduras leader regrets embassy orgy

Honduran President Porfirio Lobo said Monday that a pre-Christmas party at the country's embassy in Colombia that included prostitutes was a "sad incident."

Honduras leader regrets embassy orgy
Honduras fears new crisis over Supreme Court row
Honduras fears new crisis over Supreme Court row

The Honduran Congress fired four Supreme Court justices on Wednesday, raising fears of a new political crisis three years after a coup.

Honduras fears new crisis over Supreme Court row
Asian economies most at risk from natural disasters
Asian economies most at risk from natural disasters

Asian countries dominate a league table of economies most at risk from earthquakes, floods, storms and other natural hazards, according to research published on Wednesday.

Asian economies most at risk from natural disasters

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