Silvio Carrillo

freelance independent journalist

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Freelance independent journalist and nephew of Honduran activisit Berta Caceres

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Following the murder of Honduran activist Berta Caceres, who was shot dead in her home last month, 60 members of the U.S.

Murder of Honduran Activist Prompts US Congress to Question Aide

Following the murder of Honduran activist Berta Caceres, who was shot dead in her home last month, 60 members of the U.S.

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