The overgrown ruins of a 2,300-year- old Mayan Temple in Belize were partially destroyed by contractors who wanted to use the limestone bricks for gravel to build a village road, according to the National Institute of Culture and Heritage.
Senators in both parties questioned the effectiveness of U.S. border-security efforts as lawmakers begin debating a measure to revise immigration laws and create a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants.
Alejandro Vega hiked five days through the Arizona desert and then toiled 10 years busing restaurant tables, building roads and cleaning manure out of horse corrals in the U.S. before his deportation in 2009.
A Honduran lawyer who worked in a special unit of the Public Prosecutor’s office to combat organized crime was killed in the capital of Tegucigalpa, according to a statement by the presidential palace.
Barclays Plc quit as co-manager of Honduras’s first international bond sale after learning about a pending lawsuit that wasn’t initially included in the sales prospectus, according to three investors who were contacted directly by bankers arranging the deal.