Jere­my Kryt is a Chica­go-based journalist.
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Is the U.S. Enabling the Humanitarian Crisis in Colombia?
Millions remain displaced and war crimes are ongoing, but U.S. military aid keeps flowing.
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Truce or Dare in Colombia
Violence rages even as peace talks continue.
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Déjà Coup All Over Again
The U.S. is silent as Paraguay follows in the steps of Honduras
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Drug War Violence Throws Honduras into Disarray
Honduras is the new front line of the DEA's interdiction efforts—and a growing number of civilian lives are being claimed by the chaos.
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Thunderstruck in Honduras
'Operation Lightning' allows the country's soldiers to play sheriff, but violence continues in Latin America's 'butcher shop.'
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Carbon Credits in the ‘Valley of Death’
Uncovering the ugly effects of U.N.-backed 'clean development' in Honduras.
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Zelaya Returns
The ousted and exiled Honduran president comes home.
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Drafting Honduran Democracy
As repression continues, the National Front of the Popular Resistance plans a constitutional convention.
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Campesinos Rising in Honduras
A peasant organizer is kidnapped and tortured, as his movement continues to occupy land claimed by corporations.
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The Known Unknowns in Honduras
Leaked cables reveal U.S. government knowledge of disastrous military coup.
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Return of the Death Squads
Honduran oligarchs target members of the National Front of Popular Resistance.
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A Lobo in Sheep’s Clothing?
New Honduran president's legitimacy questioned as 'one-sided civil war' deepens human rights crisis, national bankruptcy declared
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SLIDESHOW: Inside the World’s Newest Police State
Photos of Honduras in crisis, all taken since President Mel Zelaya was ousted from power by a military coup last June.
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Honduras’ Human Rights Crisis
After controversial election, country rocked by violence, including brutal deaths of anti-coup resistance members.
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Election Fray in Honduras
Human rights violations, voter turnout questions stain effort to elect legitimate post-Zelaya president.
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Banana Repugnant
Can a military dictatorship hold 'free' elections in Honduras?
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‘Blood and Fire’ in Honduras: An Interview with Mel Zelaya
As peace accord negotiations continue, the ousted president speaks from his Brazilian Embassy refuge.
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The Lonesome Death of Pedro Munoz
A young Honduran activist was almost certainly tortured and killed by the military.
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Casualties of the ‘Bloodless’ Coup
No matter what prominent U.S. apologists say, the military takeover of Honduras was—and is—violent and unjust.
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No Such Thing as a Free Putsch
Lies, violence and the fight for freedom in Honduras.