Hondurans living with HIV find support in mountain shelter | AFP

Hondurans living with HIV/AIDS are finding help and support in a private shelter nestled in the mountains near the capital Tegucigalpa, as the country continues to grapple with the disease.

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Police clash with protesters in Honduras | AFP

Police clash with demonstrators in Tegucigalpa, as they protest against the construction of a housing complex in La Tigra National Park, one of the main water sources of the Honduran capital.

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Honduran military police and protesters clash during demonstrations | AFP

Honduran military police and protesters clash in Tegucigalpa, during demonstrations by university students in which they demand the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

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US jet splits in half after crash in Honduras

A private jet which took off from Austin, Texas crashed off the end of a runway at Tegucigalpa’s international airport on Tuesday, splitting the aircraft in two, however, everyone on board reportedly survived.


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Tear gas and rock-throwing during clashes in Honduran capital

Clashes between protesters armed with rocks and police armed with tear gas erupt in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday, the day after Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez called on the opposition to hold talks with his government, after he was declared the winner of a bitterly disputed election. IMAGES

VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – December 10, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Honduran gangs run schools in the capital Tegucigalpa, video shows abuse of two Central Asian sex workers in Russia, Hong Kong authorities clear main protest camp on Thursday, and al Qaeda-affiliated Syrian rebel group claims use of UN vehicle in suicide bomb attack.

Drug Gangs in Charge at Schools in Tegucigalpa
Members sell drugs, recruit young prostitutes, and fine teachers who want to continue running their classes.

Video Appears to Show Abuse of Migrant Sex Workers
Two Uzbek women are beaten and scolded by a man who insists they are ‘dishonoring’ their people.

Protesters Given Deadline For Camp Clearance
Pro-democracy demonstrators have until Thursday to leave their main protest site in Admiralty district.

Nusra Front Claim UN Vehicle Used in Suicide Bomb Attack
The al Qaeda-aligned rebels targeted a military complex in the southern province of Deraa on Sunday.

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