Honduras can’t pay its bills, neglects services

In this Jan. 17, 2013 photo, a public school teacher joins others to demand months of unpaid salaries outside Congress in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Teachers have been demonstrating almost every day because they haven’t been paid in six months, while doctors complain about the shortage of essential medicines, gauze, needles and latex gloves. This Central American country has been on the brink of bankruptcy for months, as lawmakers put off passing a government budget necessary to pay for basic government services. (AP Photo/Alberto Arce)TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — Street surveillance cameras in one of the world's most dangerous cities were turned off last week because Honduras' government hasn't paid millions of dollars it owes. The operator that runs them is now threatening to suspend police radio service as well.