Honduras Coup - Day 244 - February 26, 2010
- Alleged death squads operating in Honduras
By forth.ie : February 26, 2010
Death squads appear to be operating freely in Honduras, in spite of claims by the United States and Honduran leaders that the election of President Porfirio "Pepe" Lobo of the conservative National Party on November 29 would produce peace and normality.
- HONDURAS: No Calm for Lobo on Home Front
By Thelma Mejía - ipsnews.net : February 26, 2010
Less than a month into his term, Honduran President Porfirio Lobo is facing street protests, complaints of human rights violations, and criticism of the truth commission he set up to investigate the Jun. 28 coup that overthrew President Manuel Zelaya.
- Honduras Palm Oil Plantations: Sustainable Development Facade
By Tamar Sharabi - upsidedownworld.org : February 26, 2010
Johnny Rivas is a vocal member of the Unified Movement of Aguan Farmers (MUCA), an organization that claims over 3,500 families demanding the redistribution of land in the North Coast of Honduras. For over five years Rivas has fought for land rights in Aguan, known as the ‘capital of agrarian reform.’ MUCA formed in 2001 in order to reclaim lands that Rivas says "were transferred to corrupt businessmen under fraudulent terms." Rivas has recently been a target of constant death threats for his participation in the movement.
- Anti-Coup Protestors March in Honduras
By shortnews.com : February 26, 2010
Marchers numbering thousands in support of ousted former President of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya took to the streets in the first protests since the inauguration of Porfirio Lobo as president last month.
- Anti-government rally held in Honduras
By presstv.ir : February 26, 2010
People in Honduras have held an anti-government rally to protest corruption and rights abuses since ex-president Manuel Zelaya was ousted last June. About 10,000 people gathered in the capital city of Tegucigalpa on Thursday, organizers said.
- Zelaya's supporters take to the streets
By jamaicaobserver.com : February 26, 2010
Thousands of supporters of ousted Honduras president Manuel Zelaya took to the streets of the capital yesterday for the first time since President Porfirio Lobo took office last month.
- Thousands of Zelaya supporters renew protests in Honduras
By focus-fen.net : February 26, 2010
Thousands of supporters of ousted Honduras president Manuel Zelaya took to the streets of the capital Thursday for the first time since President Porfirio Lobo took office last month, AFP reported.
- Photos of yesterday's massive march by Mario Ardón Mejía
By quotha.net : February 26, 2010
The first massive march to reject the continuation of the coup d'etat in Honduras. The golpistas are still in power. There is no one in the government who is not a golpista.
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