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ICE was notified of the stay order on Sept. 30 by Nelson Avila-Lopez's lawyer, which is the procedure for notification, according to the DOJ's Executive Office for Immigration Review.
A Honduran citizen living in Los Angeles was wrongly deported in October, and went on to die in last month's massive prison fire in his home country, immigration officials said Friday. Nelson Avila-Lopez, 20, was mistakenly deported in October, and
Articles The investigation has been concluded by a group of experts from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, who arrived in Honduras two days after the fire at the request of President Porfirio Lobo's administration. Citing
Tuesday that the deadliest prison fire in a century was accidental, and may have been caused by a lit match, cigarette or some other open flame. President Porfirio Lobo also announced he is pardoning a prisoner who helped free
The Hondurans government says a dropped cigarette may have set off the prison fire that killed at least 359 people in the city of Comayagua. Witnesses have told officials that a prisoner fell asleep while smoking, dropping it to his mattress.
Rory Carroll , Latin America correspondent and Melissa Sanchez in Comayagua Smoke rises from a market fire in Tegucigalpa just days after 359 people were killed in a jail inferno. Photograph: Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters When Honduras inspired the term "
A woman is taken away by police after fainting during clashes when relatives of inmates killed during last week's prison fire stormed the restricted area of the morgue in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Monday, Feb. 20, 2012. Work continues as forensic
Even before the tears have dried from the eyes of the 350-odd families of the Honduras prison fire, another 44 lives have been
Hondurans have begun burying victims of a deadly fire in a jail, which left 356 people dead this week, as questionmarks still hung over the role of the authorities in the disaster. Several funerals took place in various towns around the country
Most of the prison inmates had not even been convicted of a crime before the huge blaze that grieving relatives, survivors and experts on Thursday blamed on massive overcrowding, negligence by the guards and a failed justice system. "It was total