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In Honduras, Audit Faults World Bank For Deal With 'Death Squad' Client

Members of the Peasant Unified Movement (MUCA) of Bajo Aguan, carry mock coffins bearing pictures of murdered mates in land c
Members of the Peasant Unified Movement (MUCA) of Bajo Aguan, carry mock coffins bearing pictures of murdered mates in land conflict clashes, during a march commemorating the country's 191st independence anniversary, in Tegucigalpa, on September 15, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Orlando SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/GettyImages)

The World Bank violated its own rules in lending millions of dollars to a company at the center of a deadly land conflict in Honduras, which has seen over a hundred people killed since a coup d’état there in 2009, according a scathing internal audit released today.

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