End Time Bible Prophecy

Current end time events and news leading to the return of Jesus Christ!

End Time Bible Prophecy

Central America faces worst drought in decades (Video)

CCTV America

Published on Aug 25, 2014

Central America is facing its worst drought in decades. That’s having devastating effects on crops, cattle and families facing food shortages and higher prices.CCTV America’s John Holman visited Honduras to see how farmers there are coping in the fragile region.

‘Satan Himself Lives in San Pedro’

Dead Bodies in Honduras

In 2008, the mounting number of murders forced San Pedro Sula to store bodies in refrigerated trucks before transporting them to mass-burial sites.    (Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido)

With 20 People Being Murdered Every Day, ‘Satan Himself Lives in San Pedro,’ Says Mortician in World’s Most Murderous City

Continue reading

Honduras: Leftist candidate to call for mass street protests over vote ‘theft’

Policemen are deployed during a protest of University students in Honduras

Policemen are deployed during a protest of University students, supporters of Honduran presidential candidate for the leftist Libertad y Refundacion (LIBRE), Xiomara Castro, in Tegucigalpa. Hundreds of students were cleared by police and military agents with tear gas as they blocked the streets of the Honduran capital Tuesday. The Honduran ruling conservative party’s presidential candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez leads the vote with 34% after counting the ballots in 67% of the polling stations, according to the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE).       Photo: ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images

Electoral body says conservative Juan Orlando Hernandez has an irreversible lead over Xiomara Castro

Continue reading

Honduras declares state of emergency after dengue fever outbreak kills 16

The Associated Press
Published Tuesday, July 30, 2013 9:08PM EDT

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Honduras’ government has declared a state of emergency due to a dengue fever outbreak that has killed 16 people and sickened 12,000.

Health Minister Salvador Pineda says Tuesday’s decree means the government is making it a priority to prevent and control the disease and fight the mosquitoes that spread it.

Pineda says more than half of Honduras’ municipalities have registered dengue fever cases.

Authorities say two Hondurans died last year from the disease and there were no deaths registered in 2011. But the country’s worst dengue fever outbreak in recent years was in 2010, when 83 people died and more than 66,000 had the illness.

Dengue causes high fever, joint pains and nausea. In severe cases, it can lead to internal bleeding, liver enlargement, circulatory shutdown and death.