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Honduras blaze prisoners 'not charged'

Many of the prisoners in a Honduran jail where fire killed more than 350 inmates had never been charged, let alone convicted, according to a Honduran government report.

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Honduras prison fire kills more than 350 inmates

A massive fire swept through an overcrowded prison in Honduras and killed more than 350 inmates, including many trapped inside their cells, officials said today.

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Emilio Izaguirre returns to the Celtic squad for tomorrow's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Kilmarnock at Parkhead.

£110m cocaine ship caught in the Caribbean

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Honduran police uncover Mexican cocaine lab

Honduran police have discovered a Mexican-run cocaine laboratory, the first ever found in the Central American country, in a sign that the Colombian-dominated production of the drug is moving north.

Why drugs are destroying the little Amazon

Traffickers will do anything to get their priceless cargo into the US – including razing pristine forest, writes Huw Hennessy in Honduras

Guatemalan druglords menace radio stations

Men claiming to belong to Mexico's Zetas drug gang have forced radio stations to broadcast a threat of war in a northern Guatemalan province where the government declared a state of siege last week.

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