TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — A Roman Catholic bishop says Honduras’ two largest and most-violent gangs will sign a truce on Tuesday.
Monsignor Romulo Emiliani says the gangs will apologise to the public and ask for dialogue with the government and police to start changing from their gang lifestyle.
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Marblue’s Axel and Andrea Wichterich (centre), and GK Foods’ Michael Ranglin (right) were last night presented with the Chairman’s and Lifetime Achievement awards, respectively, by Jamaica Observer Managing Director Danville Walker at the newspaper’s annual Food Awards held at Devon House in Kingston. Marblue, a boutique hotel located in St Elizabeth, and distribution company GK Foods were recognised for their contributions to the food industry. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
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