Honduras Coup - Day 250 - March 04, 2010
- Journalist killed, another wounded in Honduras shooting
By cpj.org : March 04, 2010
Honduran authorities must investigate a shooting of two journalists on Monday, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Unidentified gunmen in the capital, Tegucigalpa, killed a reporter and seriously wounded a colleague, according to local reports.
- Zelaya Visits Venezuela
By hondurasnews.com : March 04, 2010
Manuel Zelaya arrived in Caracas today to meet with the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, and is staying at the Melia Caracas hotel at around $250 per night. Zelaya met with Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro and the Deputy Foreign Minister, Francisco Arias Cardenas. It is expected that he will meet with President Chavez this evening, and that the meeting will be televised.
- Clinton: US to restore aid to Honduras, urges recognition of new govt
By Matthew Lee - sfexaminer.com : March 04, 2010
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday the Obama administration will resume aid to Honduras that was suspended after a coup last year and urged Latin American nations to recognize the new Honduran government.
- LATIN AMERICA-US: Clinton Attempts Damage Control
By Mario Osava - ipsnews.net : March 04, 2010
But with respect to the question of Honduras, the visit revealed "different perceptions," Clinton said, explaining that her government believes that the November elections in which President Porfirio Lobo was elected "mean it's time to turn the page" regarding the crisis triggered by the June 2009 coup in which President Manuel Zelaya was ousted. Both Argentina and Brazil see the November elections as illegitimate.
- Human Rights Watch on Honduras: Investigate Attacks on Coup Opponents
By hondurasenlucha.blogspot.com : March 04, 2010
Honduran authorities should ensure that recent killings and other attacks on opponents of the 2009 coup are promptly and thoroughly investigated, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to Attorney General Luis Alberto Rubí.
- Echos of the 1980s
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : March 04, 2010
I knew something was wrong when I read the story in Jorge Canahuati's La Prensa on March 1 entitled "Guerrilla cell arming itself in the Bajo Aguan". The article, which claims to be based on a military intelligence report in their possession, makes a series of unbelievable claims about the campesinos opposing Miguel Facussé's title to several farms of african oil palms in the Bajo Aguan.
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