Women Crossing the Line is a three part mini-documentary series that spotlights the work of women activists in Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala rising to protect women's rights, the environment and democracy.
It’s well known where Hillary Clinton stood on regime change in Iraq and Libya, but what often gets forgotten is that she threw her support behind the 2009 Honduran coup that ousted democratically-elected Manuel Zelaya. In this week’s Reality Check, Mehdi Hasan highlights how Clinton backed regime change in the Latin American country.
Video: Al Jazeera English 1 October 2016
Honduras: Yorleni’s story
A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawl of suburbs around Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a...