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    Honduras

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    LOCATION Honduras is approximately 1000 miles southwest of Miami and has a mainly mountainous area of 48,200 square miles. To the North it has a large coastal line with the Caribbean sea and to the South it enjoys a small access to the Pacific. HISTORY Honduras lies at what was the southern tip of the Mayan civilization that spread southwards from the Yucatán peninsula through modern Guatemala to the city of Copán, now in north-west Honduras. The Mayan civilization collapsed long before the arrival

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    Honduras

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    Where is Honduras located? What are some main landforms? What food do Hondurans eat? What language do Hondurans speak? How did Honduras become Honduras? These are all questions you might have, and in this paper all will be answered. You will learn more about the geography, society, people, their lifestyles, and the history of Honduras. Geography Honduras has many landforms that differ from beautiful sandy beaches to furious rugged mountains. The highest point above sea level is Cerro Las Minas; it

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    Honduras Have you ever wanted to travel to a beautiful country far from where your at now. To visit a land full of many different customs and where culture is put into a whole new perspective. Well if this is what you have dreamed of take your Spanish class and fly or drive down to a friendly neighbor Honduras! Now lets learn about our travel. "Size And Population" About 90% of the population is mestizo (people of Spanish and Native American ancestry); the remainder are Native Americans, blacks

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    Essay On Honduras

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    Major Issues in Honduras “Power does not corrupt. Fear corrupts…perhaps the fear of a loss of power.” Many countries in the entire world have been plagued with this reality, one of them being Honduras. Honduras has been truncated from its prosperity for many years by its own demagogue government. Honduran Government falsely proclaims to support its citizens to gain power and be financially assisted. Its warped, right-wing (conservative) Christian Organization leadership has only led

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    Government Indifference In Honduras

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    Indifference In Honduras In Honduras, the murder capital of the world, many human rights are violated. According to the article "After the Coup,” by Human Rights Watch, Honduras is under the rule of President Purifio Lobo, who took office in 2010. In Honduras there is a high rate of crime but a low justice rate as well due to the government silencing the writers and reporters who oppose the government’s views and policies. In the Article The Eye of the Storm; “Violence in Honduras” by Human Rights

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    An Essay About Honduras

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    The Republic of Honduras is part of the seven-country Central American land bridge which connects North and South America. Honduras borders El Salvador on the southwest, Nicaragua on the southeast, and Guatemala on the northwest. It is the second largest country in the Central America with more than 43,000 square miles. Only sixteen degrees north of the equator Honduras’s temperatures are not as high as might be expected. The elevation from mountainous areas and coastal onshore winds provide

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    Honduras found its origin as part of Spain’s empire but was freed in 1821. It was annexed for two years to Mexico and finally declared independence. It is the second largest country in Central America and has the world’s highest homicide rate at 90.4 murders per 100,000 people which is almost twice as much as its runner up, Venezuela. Three of the five dailies in Honduras, El Haraldo, La Tribuna, and El Periodico, find their headquarters located in Tegucigalpa. The English-language newspaper, Honduras

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    What do you think of when you hear the name Honduras? A warm, tropical country? A culture filled country? The music, the food, the dances? “White” Hispanics on an area?... In my experience, the last thing that comes to mind when someone hears the name Honduras, is the association of dark-skinned, african- american descendants who speak spanish as well as have their own language, food, dances, and way of living, known as garifunas. Garifuna people are a mixed race whose descendants are from West Africa

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    Guajilote is a growing business but the organization of this company does not have a steady foundation due to the political structure of Honduras. Guajilote also the amount of mahogany wood was limited and was being threatened by forest fires, illegal logging, and slash and dash burn agriculture. Wood trade was even restricted internationally. Guajilote was force to take lower price for its wood due to that there was only one distributing area. Most if not all of Guajilote employees had any education

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    The Legitimate Presidency of Porfirio Lobo

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    The ex-president of Honduras Manuel “Mel” Zelaya started his presidential term on January 27th of 2006. A member of the political party named Partido Liberal de Honduras (Liberal Party of Honduras); he started his term talking about wanting to fight violence, poverty and corruption. He also wanted to improve the social and economic status of Honduras (Ortiz de Zárate). During his first year of presidency, Mel Zelaya tried to improve the economic situation by negotiating with Hugo Chavez, president

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