Honduras: Crimes against Journalists to be Investigated

2 Tegucigalpa, Jul 27. – The Catholic Church in Honduras claimed to investigate twenty crimes against journalists in the past four years, 13 of them after the coup of 2009, according to National Radio (RNH). "It is astonishing, the violent deaths of journalists, whether from the press, radio or television, which figure arrives to 20 in the last four years,"

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UNASUR Criticizes Haiti´s Fragile Judicial System

0 Port-au-Prince, Jan 28.  – The Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) on Friday criticized Haiti´s fragile judicial system with regards to going forward with legal proceedings against former dictator Jean Claude Duvalier, charged with various crimes. For making effective its denunciation, a statement supporting rule of law in Haiti is being prepared, informed the UNASUR ambassador to Port-au-Prince, Rodolfo

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Cuba: Trial Begins for Terrorist Chavez Abarca

0 Havana, Dec 21. -The Courtroom of Crimes against State Security of the People's Provincial Court in the Cuban capital began trial proceedings Monday on terrorism charges against the Salvadoran citizen Francisco Chavez Abarca. Chavez Abarca was arrested on July 1, 2010 at the airport in Caracas, Venezuela, while trying to enter the country using false identification documents and with

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