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Honduras Coup - Day 239 - February 21, 2010

  • Human Rights Violations: January, February 2010
    By : February 21, 2010
    What follows is a partial listing of human rights violations during the months of January and February 2010. Honduran Human rights organizations have expressed concerns about a marked increase in selective targeting of people and communities active in the resistance movement and asked for vigilance on the part of the international community.

  • No room for Honduras in Latin American Summit
    By : February 21, 2010
    Honduran President Porfirio Lobo, who assumed power through an election in the coup-hit country, is not invited to the second Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean, says Mexico, the summit organizer. Mexico, which will host the event on February 22-23, said the Honduran government would not attend the summit as it should first be recognized by the Organization of the American States (OAS).

  • Brazil Will Explain its Position on Honduras
    By : February 21, 2010
    Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim pointed out that the case of Honduras is not in the agenda of the Summit of the Rio Group next week in Cancun, Mexico, but if the issue arises, Brazil will explain its position. "We feel we have to see what will happen with national reconciliation, with the treatment of President Zelaya," Amorim told Prensa Latina upon leaving a seminar with participants of international delegations attending the fourth Congress of the Workers Party (PT), in the government.

  • Pepe Lobo appoints his daughter as Central American Bank Honduras Director (Spanish)
    By : February 21, 2010

  • Honduras restores ties with 29 nations
    By : February 21, 2010
    The new Honduran government has re-established relations with 29 nations, which had severed relations with Tegucigalpa following a military coup that removed the country's constitutional President Manuel Zelaya. Honduran Foreign Minister Mario Canahuati, in an interview with El Tiempo daily, announced that France, Spain, Italy, Guatemala and Germany are among the countries that have restored ties with the Central American nation, AFP reported. reserves the right to publish your email responses in whole or part. If you are responding to a particular article, include the title and link to the article. If you would like your name withheld from publication, state this in your submission and supply a nom de plume

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