Honduras Coup - Day 283 - April 06, 2010
- Honduras: new violence in Aguán land dispute
By ww4report.com : April 06, 2010
A private guard shot Honduran campesino Miguel Alonso Oliva dead on Apr. 1 when a group of campesinos attempted to occupy an African palms farm in the northern Honduran department of Colón, according to the German-based organization FoodFirst Information and Action Network (FIAN). The victim was a member of the Unified Campesino Movement of the Aguán (MUCA), a group based in the Aguán River Valley that has fought since 2001 for some 20,000 hectares of land it claims were bought illegally by a group of influential landowners, Miguel Facussé, Reinaldo Canales and René Morales [see Update #1022]. Morales holds the title to the farm where the Apr. 1 killing took place.
- WAN-IFRA Condemns Journalist Murders in Honduras
By wan-press.org : April 06, 2010
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum have condemned the killing of five journalists in four separate attacks that took place during March in Honduras.
- U.S. ambassador to blame for Zelaya deportation drama
By pulsemedia.org : April 06, 2010
In a Mar. 29 article entitled "The U.S. vs. Honduran Democracy," The Wall Street Journal editorial board member Mary Anastasia O'Grady—whose claims to fame include the notion of an inextricable bond between the Obama administration and Hugo Chávez—utilizes the recent health care vote in the U.S. to remind readers of the government's continuing battle against democratic Latin American endeavors such as last year's Honduran coup d'état:
- Honduras Out of the Loop
By quotha.net : April 06, 2010
Not only is this image by Lorelei D. an example of the incredible artistic talent of the Resistance, it captures so much of what is wrong with U.S. policy and corporate media in Latin America:
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