Honduras Coup - Day 211 - January 24, 2010
- The truth of what's happening in Aguan, from the Unified Movement of Peasants of Aguan (MUCA)
By hondurasresists.blogspot.com : January 24, 2010
The Unitfied Movement of Peasants of Aguan, (MUCA) with the support of peasant organizations, people's organizations and Human Rights organizations, held a press conference on Wednesday January 13th, 2010 in the offices of Vía Campesina in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, where it revealed the persecution and threats to which peasants of the movement have been submitted through many years of the struggle for land.
- Chavez Nixes US Plan for Regional Domination
By prensa-latina.cu : January 24, 2010
The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday that the US military intervention in Haiti is a new strategy that aims at regional domination. The president said in his Sunday program "Las lineas Chavez" that the intervention is a counterattack over Latin America and the Caribbean. It is developing a fatal triangulation between Colombia, Honduras and Haiti, he condemned.
- Honduras' newly elected congress leader takes office
By xinhuanet.com : January 24, 2010
The newly elected Honduran President of the Congress Juan Orlando Hernandez has taken office at a preparatory meeting for the new National Congress over the weekend.
- Obama's New Monroe Doctrine
By middle-east-online.com : January 24, 2010
Throughout Latin America, a new generation of community activists continues to advance the global democracy movement that was largely derailed in the United States by 9/11. They provide important leadership to US environmental, indigenous, religious and human rights organizations, notes Greg Grandin.
- Zelaya Says He'll Leave Honduras Next Week
By laht.com : January 24, 2010
Ousted President Manuel Zelaya said on Saturday that he will leave Honduras next week and that he will return "when there is a process of reconciliation."
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