Motagua

Motagua

(mōtä`gwä), river, c.250 mi (400 km) long, rising in S central Guatemala and flowing NE to the Gulf of Honduras. The longest river within Guatemala, it waters a valley where hemp and bananas are raised. The trans-Guatamala railroad follows the valley.
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Supporters of bitter rivals Olimpia and Motagua clashed in wild scenes outside the Honduras National Stadium, before a derby match in the capital Tegucigalpa.
The violence broke out inside and near the city's National Stadium ahead of a scheduled match between the Olimpia and Motagua clubs.
Violence erupted before the local derby clash between Olimpia and Motagua after a bus carrying Motagua's players was attacked before the game.
Fans of the Olimpia and Motagua football teams, bitter local opponents, rioted outside Tegucigalpa's National Stadium after a crowd of people believed to be rival supporters intercepted and vandalized a bus transporting Motagua players, police said.
The 33-year-old Honduran full-back left Parkhead for a second time in the summer after winning 13 winner's medals with the Hoops in two spells since originally joining from Motagua nine years ago.
The Honduran left-back (above) has won 13 honours with the Hoops across two spells since arriving from Motagua nine years ago.
2002-2003 Proyecto fortalecimiento de la capacidad local para el 2000-2003 manejo de cuencas y la prevencion de desastre naturales Proyecto de monitoreo ambiental de las cuencas Motagua y 2000-2002 Polochic, Guatemala.
The highly polluted Motagua River, which forms part of Honduras' border with Guatemala, serves as a dumpsite for many communities.
Spatial ecology of the endangered Guatemalan Beaded Lizard Heloderma charlesbogerti (Sauria: Helodermatidae), in a tropical dry forest of the Motagua Valley, Guatemala.
The pioneer in the use of bio-fences is the community of El Quetzalito, located near the mouth of Guatemalas largest river, the Motagua, flowing to the Caribbean Sea.
Yellow fever in the Lower Motagua Valley, Guatemala.