A giant ‘trash tsunami’ has brought piles of garbage to beaches in northern Honduras, creating both an environmental & economic crisis in the area. Authorities believe the trash is originating from the Motagua River in neighboring Guatemala
A trash tsunami has hit beaches in Honduras with the eyesore hitting tourist-dependent beaches economically
A ‘tsunami’ of trash has washed up on the beaches of northern Honduras, but locals are committed to cleaning up.
WATCH TONS of TRASH washed up on the beaches of Omoa in Honduras Saturday. For more national and world news:
A huge wave of trash washed up on the beaches of Omoa in Honduras, leaving mostly plastic refuse piling up on the beach. Authorities say the garbage is coming from a river in Guatemala and affecting beaches that depend on tourists.
WATCH: A trash tsunami has hit beaches in Honduras with the eyesore hitting tourist-dependent beaches economically
TONS OF TRASH: A huge wave of garbage washed up on the beaches of Omoa in Honduras on Saturday. Authorities in Honduras said the trash came from a river in Guatemala.
The United States has strongly informed the President of Honduras that if the large Caravan of people heading to the U.S. is not stopped and brought back to Honduras, no more money or aid will be given to Honduras, effective immediately!
.....Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador are doing nothing for the United States but taking our money. Word is that a new Caravan is forming in Honduras and they are doing nothing about it. We will be cutting off all aid to these 3 countries - taking advantage of U.S. for years!