Honduras special report: 'The world's most lawless city'


A violent death every 74 minutes has earned Honduras the dubious title of 'murder capital of the world', with the government unable to control powerful cocaine cartels in parts of the country.

The BBC's Stephen Sackur went on patrol with police in the drug-plagued city of San Pedro Sula, dubbed 'the world's most lawless city'.

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