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Tribune staff reporterIn the mornings Edita Maldonado makes a cup of coffee for herself and another for her daughter, Rosalinda, just the way she likes it. But then she remembers she cannot give it to Rosalinda; Rosalinda is dead. She died from an illness she caught when...
Tags: Children, Crime, Law and Justice, Mexico, Family, Crimes
Special to The Los Angeles TimesHurricane Felix came ashore on Nicaragua's remote Miskito Coast early today as a Category 5 storm, damaging hundreds of buildings in the region before moving west toward the heart of this country of 7 million people. Felix, packing 160 mph winds as it...
From the Associated PressU.S., Honduran and Nicaraguan soldiers searched remote beaches and the open sea for survivors and the dead. Villagers helped, paddling canoes through water thick with fallen trees. The storm also destroyed the ethnic Mayagna Indian community of Awas...
Our fine-feathered friends are the subject of the "First Annual Mesoamerican Birdwatching Festival," to be held in Honduras' Lake Yojoa region. The Feb. 23-26 event features daily field trips, presentations and bird-watching with neotropical...
Argentina Traveling to Argentina beginning Jan. 1 will cost U.S. citizens $131 more than it does today when new reciprocal visa fees go into effect. Argentines must now pay $131 for visas to the U.S., so Argentina is only doing what's fair, according to...
Times Staff WriterVATICAN CITY — The president of Honduras could not conceal his excitement as he traveled here for the funeral of Pope John Paul II. The Polish prelate's reign, which had broken Italy's 456-year grip on the papacy, was over. Now, said President...
Tags: Elections, Jaime Ortega, Christianity, Italy, Benedict XVI
BY SONIA NAZARIO, TIMES STAFF WRITER TIMES PHOTOGRAPHS BY DON BARTLETTI he boy does not understand. His mother is not talking to him. She will not even look at him. Enrique has no hint of what she is going to do. Lourdes knows. She understands, as only...
Since 1989, law enforcement officers in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding region have investigated at least four other cases of alleged child abduction by a parent, in addition to the Bill and Cynthia Norton case. In the other cases, authorities found the...
Times Staff WritersThe gruesome murders were each more than 1,000 miles apart, an arc of bloodshed that spanned much of the North American continent. On a rutty street near a crowded slum in Honduras, gunmen sprayed automatic weapons fire at a bus filled with Christmastime...
Tags: Illegal Immigrants, Local Government, Laws, Movies, Family
Official Rules, Taste of the Americas: No Purchase Necessary. Sweepstakes begins September 15 and ends October 22, 2004. The geographic area of this promotion is Broward and Palm Beach County. Eligibility is limited. See restrictions below. The sponsors...
Tags: Venezuela, Belize, Employees, Bolivia, Costa Rica
Especial para El SentinelEl otro día escuché a una persona decir que como respuesta a la retirada de las tropas españolas de Irak, los norteamericanos deberían boicotear los productos españoles. Algo así como cuando los franceses se rehusaron a apoyar la guerra y algunos...
Tags: El Salvador
BY SONIA NAZARIO, TIMES STAFF WRITER Jose Enrique Oliva Rosa and Jose Luis Oliva Rosa, 15, are twins. Their father left their home in Honduras before they were born. Their mother went to work in Los Angeles when they were 6. Finally, a grandmother could...
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