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US & Canada · Tegucigalpa

Honduras top court backs extradition of ex-president Hernandez to U.S.

53% Left coverage: 30 sources
Juan Orlando Hernandez is accused of receiving drug money to finance his political rise. The former president was arrested at his home at the request of the US government in February. If found guilty, Hernandez could face a life sentence. Hernandez has continued to deny any wrongdoing and says statements against him are made by drug kingpins.See the Story
US & Canada · Tegucigalpa

Honduran ex-president Hernandez to be extradited to U.S. next week

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Juan Orlando Hernandez, the former president of Honduras, will be extradited to the United States next week. He faces drug trafficking and firearms charges, Honduran Security Minister Ruben Sabillon said. US prosecutors allege the 53-year-old former president received drug money between 2004 and 2022 to finance his political rise.See the Story
Latin America · Tegucigalpa

Honduras court seizes ex-president's properties

55% Center coverage: 11 sources
The preliminary seizure is for one year, but can be extended. Eventually, the properties could be permanently seized and turned over to the government. Hern�ndez was arrested at his home Feb. 15 at the request of the U.S. government. He denies having any ties to drug traffickers.See the Story
US & Canada · Mexico City

EXPLAINER: Ex-Honduras president step closer to extradition

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
U.S. prosecutors in the Southern District of New York have accused Hern�ndez in recent years of funding his political rise with profits from drug traffickers. He has strongly denied any wrongdoing. Former first lady says she is confident the truth will eventually come out and her husband be exonerated.See the Story
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They seized the house and a dozen assets of Juan Orlando Hernández, former president of Honduras

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
The former president will be extradited to the United States where he is accused of drug traffickingSee the Story

Juan Orlando Hernández, expresidente de Honduras, perdió la apelación de extradición

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
La corte hondureña falló en contra de un pedido para bloquear la solicitud presentada por EE. UU., y así agotó el último recurso legal del expresidente para evitar ser procesado en el extranjero.See the Story
Politics · Washington

What’s Worrying Americans?

Coverage: 2 sources
A recent Pew Research survey mirrors most other polls that show inflation as the dominant concern of most Americans with a decisive 93% saying it’s a “very big” or “moderately big” problem.But what’s striking is what Americans are no longer worried about: the coronavirus pandemic. Of the 12 issues ranked in order of public concern, Covid-19 was dead last.See the Story
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Tony would be a witness in favor of Juan Orlando Hernández to “clarify the case”, says defense

Raymond Colón and Daniel Pérez, defense lawyers for former Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernández, recently announced that Juan Antonio Hernández would testify in his brother's trial, but would do so in favor, not against. On April 29, the togados stated that “Tony” is not...See the Story
Juan Orlando Hernández · United States

Former President Juan Orlando Hernández celebrates one month of extradition to the United States

Tegucigalpa. Today marks one month since Juan Orlando Hernández Alvarado was extradited to the United States from the Hernán Acosta Mejía airbase in the capital of the republic and arrived in New York. The takeoff of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) plane took off...See the Story

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