Justice for activist: A Honduran court ruled last week that a dam company ordered the 2016 murder of renowned environmental activist Berta Cáceres. The campaigner, 44, was shot dead in her home for leading the fight against a hydroelectric project on the Gualcarque River, which the indigenous Lenca people consider sacred. The court found seven men guilty of her murder, including the four hitmen and two officials from Desa, the firm building the dam. Company president David Castillo, a U.S.-trained former military intelligence officer, is accused of ordering the assassination and will be tried separately. “We demand that the masterminds behind the murder be brought to justice,” said Olivia Zuniga, Cáceres’ eldest daughter.