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Honduras to reopen domestic and international flights in mid-August

Aug 04 2020

TEGUCIGALPA Honduras announced Tuesday it will reopen its airports to domestic and international flights in mid-August, after a nearly five-month closure due to the pandemic.

Sao Paulo metro strike suspended, but fears loom ahead of World Cup

Jun 09 2014

SAO PAULO Subway workers late on Monday suspended a strike that crippled traffic in Brazil's biggest city, but warned they could resume their walkout on Thursday, when Sao Paulo hosts the first game of the soccer World Cup.

Sao Paulo metro strike stirs chaos as World Cup fans arrive

Jun 09 2014

SAO PAULO Soccer fans arriving in Sao Paulo for the World Cup were met by daunting traffic jams and other delays on Monday after police used tear gas to disperse striking metro workers, just three days before the tournament's opening match.

Honduras busts alleged drug gang, seizes $100 million in assets

Nov 25 2012

TEGUCIGALPA Honduran anti-drug agents on Saturday broke up an alleged gang of synthetic drug producers and seized $100 million (£62.4 million) in assets, a government spokesman said.

Honduras busts alleged drug gang, seizes $100 million in assets

Nov 25 2012

TEGUCIGALPA Honduran anti-drug agents on Saturday broke up an alleged gang of synthetic drug producers and seized $100 million in assets, a government spokesman said.

World News

NGO says over 60 killed in Yemen raids, detention centre struck

SAADA, Yemen (Reuters) -Three children and more than 60 adults are reported to have been killed in air strikes in Yemen on Friday, Save the Children said, after a Reuters witness said several people including African migrants were killed in a raid in Saada province.