Honduras ex-President Hernandez held on drug charges
10 March 2022 | 1:18 pm
The former president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez, is being held on drugs charges three weeks after leaving office. He is wanted by the United States for alleged ties to narcotics trafficking. Mr. Hernandez denies any wrongdoing.
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