San Pedro Sula love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of northwest Honduras northwest of Tegucigalpa.

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  • noun industrial city in northwestern Honduras

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Examples

  • Contrary to coup-sponsored electoral observer reports of a peaceful election, the days leading up to, and of, the 'electoral farce' were characterised by repression and violence in many places, particularly resistance strongholds such as San Pedro Sula where resistance members were beaten, injured, and detained, and one is reported to be disappeared.

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  • Contrary to coup-sponsored electoral observer reports of a peaceful election, the days leading up to, and of, the 'electoral farce' were characterised by repression and violence in many places, particularly resistance strongholds such as San Pedro Sula where resistance members were beaten, injured, and detained, and one is reported to be disappeared.

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  • San Pedro Sula, Honduras's business capital, has 159 murders per 100,000 people, more than Mexico's most dangerous cities.

    Honduras Prison Fire Kills Hundreds

  • In 2004, 103 prisoners were killed in a riot and fire in San Pedro Sula, nearly all of them members of the Mara Salvatrucha gang.

    Honduras Prison Fire Kills Hundreds

  • San Pedro Sula, of Honduras, ranked No. 1 for homicide rate, which Luis Suazo, deputy chief of mission at the Honduras Embassy in Washington, D.C., says reflects its location along drug-trade routes rather than a sign of violence in the culture.

    Fuzzy Facts Can Make Crime Rankings Suspect

  • But in the month after the coup, there was a 60% rise in the number of femicides, with the bodies of more than 50 women found in the two largest cities, Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula.

    Honduran police turn a blind eye to soaring number of 'femicides'

  • During a march on February 27, 2010 in San Pedro Sula, a youthful, pro-democracy demonstrator -- masked due to fear of government reprisal -- holds a stencil which reads: "Stop the massacre of the peasants in Aguan."

    Jeremy Kryt: Honduras: Lost or 'Re-founded'?

  • A demonstrator hammers away at a plaque honoring "Congressman-for-life" and coup-installed "interim president" Roberto Micheletti in San Pedro Sula, on February 27, 2010.

    Jeremy Kryt: Honduras: Lost or 'Re-founded'?

  • They include the mayor of San Pedro Sula, the nation's second largest city.

    No Fair Election In Honduras Under Military Occupation

  • Police say gunmen kidnapped the 62-year-old veteran journalist in the northern city of San Pedro Sula.

    Press Freedom Group Calls for Investigation of Journalist Killings in Honduras

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