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Honduras: Crime at Tegucigalpa Basilica Prompts U.S. Embassy Restrictions

By Larry Habegger | Permalink | 1 comment | November 3rd, 2010 | Trackback

The U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa now restricts access for U.S. diplomats and their families to Tegucigalpa’s Basilica of Suyapa, authorizing them to visit the popular tourist site only as part of an organized tour that provides armed security for the group. The church is in a high crime area and has been the site of many armed robberies. Built in honor of the patron saint of Honduras and all of Central America, the basilica is Honduras’ most important church.


paty | January 27th, 2011 at 1:53 pm
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i have a husband in honduras,we have tried everything to get him home to me his wife,i have a heart disease and i lost my mother last year ,she was the one that took care of me now i have noone they are refusing to sent my husband back regardless of everything that we have done,and all the money that we have paid to them,honduras has a high crime level and is no good for my husband to live there with our kids i dontknow why honduras is refusing to send my husband home….

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