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    Fulbright-Banco Atlantida Scholarships

    Ambassador James Nealon and Guillermo Bueso, Executive Director for Banco Atlantida, announced today the first call for applications to the Fulbright – Banco Atlantida Scholarships, which will allow for young Honduran professionals to study at U.S. universities.

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    Report on Worker Rights Concerns in Honduras

    The U.S. Department of Labor released a report today that raises serious concerns regarding the effective enforcement of labor laws in Honduras under the labor chapter of the Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement.

  • The Department of State’s Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs Scott Nathan gives remarks at a meeting of the Alliance for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle in Tela, Honduras, on February 26, 2015. (State Dept. Photo)

    U.S. Participates in Northern Triangle Meeting

    Ambassador James Nealon and Mr. Scott Nathan, the U.S. Department of State’s Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs, attended a meeting of the Alliance for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle in Tela on Thursday.

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    Dry Corridor Alliance Investments and Results

    As Honduras marks the first anniversary of the establishment of the "Dry Corridor Alliance," the United States is proud to be a partner of this important initiative to improve the lives of thousands of people living in extreme poverty.

  • Vice President Joe Biden with presidents Salvador Sanchez Ceren (El Salvador), Otto Perez Molina (Guatemala), and Juan Orlando Hernandez (Honduras). (Archive, Diario La Prensa Photo)

    Vice President Biden: A Plan for Central America

    In a commentary published in The New York Times on January 30, 2015, Vice President Biden announces the administration's budget request for US$ 1 billion aimed at assisting Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.

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    Harlem Gospel Choir Visited Tegucigalpa

    To celebrate Black History Month, the U.S. Embassy brought to Tegucigalpa the internationally acclaimed gospel group, the Harlem Gospel Choir on February 2-6, 2015. The Harlem Gospel Choir performed modern gospel music deeply rooted in the spirituals sung by African slaves in America. 

  • Bobby Rush with children of Roatan. (Photo by Natelee Forbes)
    Legendary Blues Singer Bobby Rush in Roatan

    Dozens of excited youth met with legendary American blues singer Bobby Rush to hear Rush’s personal story of overcoming racial, economic and educational challenges during the Civil Rights Era to become one of the most successful blues singers living. 

  • U.S. Army Maj. Juli Fung provides a medical screening for a Honduran child during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Department of Gracias a Dios on December 17, 2014. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jason Tedesco)
    JTF-Bravo Brings Medical Care to Honduran Villages

    Joint Task Force Bravo's Medical Element, Joint Security Forces, and the 1-228th Aviation Regiment partnered with the Honduran Ministry of Health and the Honduran Military to provide medical care to two remote villages in Honduras. 

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    Department of Justice Seeks Recovery of Approximately $1,528,000 in Bribes Paid to a Honduran Official

    The Department of Justice filed a civil forfeiture complaint seeking the forfeiture of approximately $1,528,000 that were allegedly purchased with funds traceable to a $2 million bribe paid by a Honduran company to the former Executive Director of the Honduran Institute of Social Security. 

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    U.S. and Honduras High Level Security Dialogue

    The United States and Honduras held a High Level Security Dialogue and discussed areas where we can continue to work together to prevent and reduce crime, hold accountable narcotraffickers and other criminals, and further strengthen judicial institutions. 

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