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Honduras Coup - Day 331 - May 24, 2010

  • Salvadoran president to hold meeting on Honduras
    By AP - : May 24, 2010
    El Salvador's president says a meeting of Central American leaders in July will discuss reincorporating neighboring Honduras into the Central American Integration System, an economic and political group.

  • COPINH statement on Olayo Hernández's murder
    By : May 24, 2010
    The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras, COPINH, denounce the assassination of Olayo Hernandez Sorto, 37, id the community of Pueblo Viejo, member of COPINH, and communal secretary of the Popular Resistance Front against the coup d’ state of the community of Pueblo Viejo, Colomoncagua Municipality, Department of Intibucá.

  • Honduras journalists under attack
    By : May 24, 2010
    At least eight journalists have been murdered in Honduras in less than three months. The killings have raised concerns over the safety of reporters, especially those working on stories about human rights abuses.

  • Honduran President Lobo visits Colombia
    By Brett Borkan - : May 24, 2010
    Honduran President Porfirio Lobo, who came to power in January following the 2009 coup against Manuel Zelaya, will begin a two-day official visit to Colombia on Monday to meet with President Alvaro Uribe and other officials to discuss topics such as security and education, reports W Radio.

  • New threats to campesinos in Aguán
    By : May 24, 2010
    On Tuesday May 18th of the current year, the military commanders of the National Preventative Police, the Puerto Castilla naval base, the Fifteenth Battallion, representatives of the large landowners, Miguel Facusse, Reinaldo Canales and Rene Morales, together with some individuals believed to be businessmen from the municipality of Tocoa, Trujillo, Saba, Sonaguera and Bonito Oriental, met in the city of Trujillo with the aim of discussing mechanisms to eliminate leaders of the national front of resistence in the region of Aguan, the Campesiono Movement of Aguan (MCA) and the Unified Campesino Movement of Aguan (MUCA).

  • 11 million Lempiras will be allegedly paid for the murder of 36 leaders in Aguán By Dina Meza - : May 24, 2010
    Military commanders of the National Preventive Police of the Naval Base of Puerto Castilla, representatives of landowners and businessmen allegedly met on May 18 to plan the assassination of 36 leaders of the area, whose deaths would cost about 11 million lempiras, as reported this weekend in a statement by the People's National Front, the Department of Colón, Aguán Valley.

  • Obama Fails to Reverse Militarisation of Latin America Policy
    By Jim Lobe - : May 24, 2010
    President Barack Obama has largely disappointed hopes for an "equal partnership" with the countries of Latin America, according to the latest in a series of annual reports on U.S. relations with the region released here Monday.

  • Insulza takes oath as OAS Secretary General for second five-year period
    By : May 24, 2010
    Insulza was re-elected by acclamation last March 24. During his first five years Mr. Inzulza faced two major crises: in March 2008 when Colombian troops attacked and destroyed a guerrilla camp next to the border but on Ecuadorian soil and the June 2009 cup when Honduras elected President Manuel Zelaya was ousted. 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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