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Nearly one thousand people gathered on Tuesday night in San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras, to leave the next day in a new migrant caravan to the United States, fleeing unemployment and violence in their country.

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Gunshot Wounds in the ER (Extra Scene from ‘San Pedro Sula Nights’)

San Pedro Sula, Honduras, has made it to the top of the list of the world’s most dangerous cities (outside of war zones) for three consecutive years, with an annual homicide rate of 187 per 100,000 people. Reporting crime in Honduras is considered a high-risk job — according to the Honduran National Human Rights Committee, at least 47 journalists and media executives have been murdered between 2003 and 2014.

In this extra scene, VICE News spent the night in an overcrowded emergency room of the Mario Catarino Rivas hospital in San Pedro Sula, where cases of bullet wounds are all too common.

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Crime Reporting in the Murder Capital: San Pedro Sula Nights

San Pedro Sula, Honduras, has made it to the top of the list of the world’s most dangerous cities (outside of war zones) for three consecutive years, with an annual homicide rate of 187 per 100,000 people. Reporting crime in Honduras is considered a high-risk job — according to the Honduran National Human Rights Committee, at least 47 journalists and media executives have been murdered between 2003 and 2014.

VICE News spent four nights alongside Orlin Castro, a young reporter who covers the crimes that occur in the streets of San Pedro — which often result from the never-ending turf war between the 18th Street and MS-13 gangs, two of the city’s most notorious criminal groups.

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Read “US Border Patrol Caught More Non-Mexicans Than Mexicans for the First Time Ever in 2014” – http://bit.ly/1w3twBu

Read “Honduras Is Combating Its Homicide Epidemic With Militarization” – http://bit.ly/1xJhW3K

Watch “Guns in Puerto Rico: Locked and Loaded in the Tropics” – http://bit.ly/13XCJVg

Watch “Immigrant America: Murder and Migration in Honduras” – http://bit.ly/1xSMGgl

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – January 08, 2015

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Car bomb kills dozens in Yemeni capital, Royal Dutch Shell to pay $83.5 million for 2008 Niger Delta spills, Honduran AIDS activist abducted and released in San Pedro Sula, and Minnesota man makes cartoons to fight extremist ideologies.

YEMEN
Bomb Attack on Police Academy Kills Dozens in Sanaa
At least 37 were killed and more than 60 injured. The explosion went off as cadets lined up to enroll in the academy on Wednesday.

NIGERIA
Shell Agrees to Settlement for Niger Delta Oil Spills
Thousands of fishermen will receive $3,300 each, while the remaining $30 million will go to the Bodo community, which suffered the devastating consequences of two massive spills in 2008.

HONDURAS
Prominent AIDS Activist Released Hours After Abduction
18-year-old Keren Dunaway was kidnapped on Tuesday, and was freed after convincing her captors her family didn’t have money to pay a ransom.

U.S.A.
One Minnesota Man’s Message For Peace
Mohamed Ahmed is creating cartoons to try and keep young people from taking up extremist causes.

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Murder and Migration in Honduras: Immigrant America

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Last summer, Americans were stunned by images of children and families from Central America turning themselves in at the US-Mexico border. More migrants are now coming from the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula and surrounding areas than anywhere else in Central America. The society there has yet to recover from a 2009 coup that crippled the economy and unleashed extreme levels of violence and inequality.

In our latest episode of Immigrant America, VICE News traveled to San Pedro Sula — the most violent and second largest city in Honduras — to find out why so many families and young people are risking it all to migrate illegally to the US.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – May, 5 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: pro-Russia in Ukraine separatists storm Odessa police headquarters over the arrest of their comrades, Syria finalizes the list of contenders to challenge President Assad’s rule, Honduras investigates children’s deaths believed to be linked to its notorious street gangs, and Italian soccer fans turn violent ahead of the national cup final match.

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UKRAINE
Pro-Russia Separatists Storm Odessa Police Headquarters
The incursion forces police to release the 30 activists they arrested after a bloody Friday left more than 40 people dead in the southern city.

SYRIA
Court Announces Candidates for June Presidential Election
Two members of Syria’s parliament will challenge President Assad’s bid for another seven years in power.

HONDURAS
Authorities Investigate Possible Gang-Related Deaths of Children
Police believe at least seven children may have been killed in San Pedro Sula over the last month for refusing to join street gangs.

ITALY
Violence Delays Italian Cup Soccer Final
A dozen fans are hurt, including one critically, in confrontations outside Rome’s Olympic Stadium.

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