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Honduras: Blood and the Water - Al Jazeera English


Honduras: Blood and the Water - Al Jazeera English: Her death is the latest in a string of assassinations that have made Honduras one of the world's most dangerous places for environmental activists.

"Knowing what my mum was fighting for, I always understood that there are dangers because there are bad people, business and powerful economic interests," Laura Zuniga, Caceres's daughter says.

In 2013, Caceres told a reporter from Al Jazeera that she believed the army had a hit list of activists with her name at the top. She did not take any of this lightly and repeatedly asked the Ministry of Security for protection. But the government didn't seem to take her request seriously.

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