Drug wars push deeper into Central America

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras — Josue Oviedo looked into his sister’s fading eyes as she fought to speak her last words.

“She was trying to tell me something,” he said, a day after the funeral for Daisy Oviedo Mejía, 22, who died in a storm of bullets while watching her brother play soccer a few weeks ago. “But she couldn’t. I gave her mouth-to-mouth but there was too much blood.”

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