Aid Finally Released for Earthquake Victims

It took more than 20 days for the Honduran government headed by Manuel Zelaya (Mel Zelaya) to declare and emergency due to the damages caused by the 7.3 earthquake that affected the northern part of Honduras on May 28. Damages have been officialy estimated at 1,800 million lempiras. The damage includes government buildings, schools, road […]
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Heavy Damages After 7.3 Honduras Earthquake

During the first hours of Thursday morning and just a  few hours after the strongest earthquake in history to affect Honduras, reports began flowing stating that there was little damage and that it was a miracle that the country was not greatly affected. After 3 days have passed it has become evident that those assumptions […]
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Pothole Repairs To Begin in Tegucigalpa

The Mayors office in Tegucigalpa, announced that pothole repair will begin in February. The mayors office has been hardly criticized by the enormous amounts of potholes that formed in all of Tegucigalpa’s streets during 2008 and were not repaired. The potholes caused damage to cars and in many cases slowed traffic down to a crawl, […]
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