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    Meeting with Special Police Reform Committee

    The Special Committee on Police Reform requested information from the U.S. Embassy related to their investigation into police corruption and we have given them that information.

  • Secretary of State John Kerry. (Archive, State Dept. Photo)

    State Department Releases 2015 Human Rights Report

    The State Department has released its 2015 Human Rights Reports. These reports document the human rights situation in 199 countries and territories around the world and, as mandated by Congress, the U.S. government uses them as part of its foreign policy formulation, including its decision-making on foreign assistance.

  • Statement by the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

    Statement on the Assassination of Activist

    In a statement, the Embassy said, "On behalf of the people and Government of the United States, we condemn the murder of civil society activist Nelson García. Coming so close to the murder of his colleague Berta Cáceres, his death is cause for particular concern."

  • Ambassador James D. Nealon hosted a luncheon with representatives of U.S. firms operating in Honduras and American Chamber of Commerce board members in support of Congressman Steve Chabot's visit on March 8, 2016. (State Dept. Photo)

    U.S. Congressman Steve Chabot Visits Honduras

    Representative Steve Chabot, Chairman of the House Committee on Small Business, completed a two-day trip to Tegucigalpa today where he met with Honduran President Hernández, as well as key business and government leaders to explore economic opportunities for U.S. companies looking to do business in Honduras.

  • Statement from the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

    Ambassador Nealon on International Women's Day

    In a statement on International Women's Day, Ambassador Nealon said that this day marks a call to action to accelerate gender parity and the respect of women's human rights, including their right to learn, to express themselves, and to live free from violence.

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