Honduras Redux, reloaded, again, part 2
By mexfiles.net : October 08, 2009
NY Times starts to catch up with what's been known for some time about the Honduran coup leader's media machinations… a cast of characters out of some of the greatest scandals of the past (like Iran-Contra).
Executive Decree Against Media
By hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com : October 08, 2009
Monday, Roberto Micheletti Bain made another attempt against the media of Honduras. Here's his executive decree 124-2009, dated Monday October 5, which took effect immediately. This is a quick and dirty translation of the decree, images of which can be found here on Adrienne Pine's blog.
Interim Honduras head stands firm
By news.bbc.co.uk : October 08, 2009
The interim leader of Honduras, Roberto Micheletti, has resisted calls by regional ministers and diplomats to restore ousted president Manuel Zelaya.
Surveillance Camera Footage of Honduras Coup Invasion of Channel 36
By Al Giordano - narconews.com : October 08, 2009
The coup that can't shoot straight has done it again, as journalist Belén Fernández reports today on Narco News: when military and police troops invaded the studios of Channel 36 on September 28, stealing its transmitters, antennas and other equipment, they forgot to remove the surveillance cameras.
OAS diplomats leave Honduras empty-handed
By presstv.ir : October 08, 2009
The Organization of American States (OAS) has failed to bridge the gap between the ousted Honduran president and the coup government.
Slow progress at Honduras talks
By news.bbc.co.uk : October 08, 2009
A delegation of diplomats from American states has left Honduras with little sign of progress towards resolving the political crisis in the country.
Obama's Test: Democracy or Chaos in Latin America
By Ramzy Baroud - trinicenter.com : October 08, 2009
The possible outcomes of the Honduran crisis are likely to define the coming era for Latin America and the US future role in that hemisphere, and, in fact, beyond it. Indeed, the story is much more elaborate than a daring president holed up in a foreign embassy in his own country. In her second visit to Asia as US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton declared on July 21 in Bangkok, "The US is back." The declaration was disconcerting to many Asian countries...
Interim Honduran leader resists diplomats' pleas
By Ben Fox, AP - google.com : October 08, 2009
Honduras' coup-installed leader is resisting calls by diplomats from across the hemisphere to reinstate ousted President Manuel Zelaya, at one point angrily telling the visitors they "don't know the truth or don't want to know it."
Murder of two members of the Honduran resistance condemned
By periodico26.cu : October 08, 2009
The Honduran resistance and human rights organizations have condemned the murder of teacher Mario Contreras, vice principal of the Abelardo Fortín Institute, and Lenca leader Antonio Leiva, two members of the resistance allegedly killed by hired assassins.
Honduras talks struggle with issue of Zelaya return
By reuters.com : October 08, 2009
Envoys for Honduras' de facto leaders and ousted President Manuel Zelaya resumed talks on Thursday to end a post-coup crisis, but were far from agreement on the key issue of returning the leftist to power.
Ousted Honduran Minister Says Coup to Cause Economy to Contract
By Emma Ross-Thomas - bloomberg.com : October 08, 2009
The Honduran economy may shrink more than 4 percent this year as the result of the overthrow of the government, risking worsening poverty in Central America's second-poorest country, ousted Finance Minister Rebeca Patricia Santos Rivera said.
New Resistance March in Honduran Capital
By Redacción - ahora.cu : October 08, 2009
The National Front against the coup d'Etat convened Thursday a new march in this capital, in defense of constitutional order, after 103 consecutive days of resistance.
Honduran media join the fray
By france24.com : October 08, 2009
As diplomats from across the Americas step up efforts to resolve the standoff between interim leader Roberto Micheletti and ousted President Manuel Zelaya, Honduran media have made it clear who they are rooting for.
Zelaya followers sentenced to house arrest for sit-in in Honduras
By xinhuanet.com : October 08, 2009
49 Honduran peasants were sentenced to house arrest for their sit-in protest against the June 28 coup that ousted President Manuel Zelaya. The peasants, who said to protest for 90 days in a public building, were evicted by police from the National Agrarian Agencylast week and sent to jail.
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