Fearing Corruption Charges, Honduran Defense Minister Requests Asylum From Biden
U.S. · WORLD · POLITICS
January 31, 20227 min read1443 words
Published: January 31, 2022  |  7 min read1443 words
Honduras’s defense minister quietly requested asylum from the U.S. government after the country elected a new leader in November, The Intercept has learned. The defense minister, Gen. Fredy Díaz, said that he fears being charged with corruption by the newly elected democratic so...
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