Land evictions in Honduras continue under new regime

Many Indigenous groups and other small farmers in Honduras live and work on land with disputed ownership. Violent evictions have been common over the past decade, but with a new government in place, people are looking to see if President Xiomara Castro responds differently. Anna-Catherine Brigida reports from Tegucigalpa that separate legal claims to land can end up in conflict with each other.

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