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Honduras Coup - Day 345 - Jun 07, 2010

  • 300 soldiers and police storm community radio in continuing coup against media By : June 07, 2010
    Although nearly a year has gone by since the coup d'état of 28 June 2009, the authorities continue to adopt arbitrary repressive measures against opposition and community news media. The latest example is yesterday morning's assault by troops and police on La Voz de Zacate Grande 97.1 FM, a community radio in the southern peninsula of Zacate Grande.

  • Israel is also involved with the Honduran putschists
    By : June 07, 2010
    Israel mistreated mentally and physically President Mel Zelaya
    Right here in NS, we denounced at the time, when it happened, the Zionist involvement with the coup in Honduras, the latest sophisticated equipment and the operators who handled them were Israelites.

  • Violation of Inter-American Human Rights Convention
    By : June 07, 2010
    The community radio station, La Voz de Zacate Grande, 97.1 FM, was shut down on June 3 by 300 police and military, reports Reporters Without Borders. This is a community radio station, with a broadcast range of only 25 kilometers whose signal reaches 10 communities.

  • The difficulties of Lobo, Micheletti-ism without Micheletti
    By : June 07, 2010
    For a president who wanted to stay on the sidelines and neutral during the time that the coup lasted, it is complicating things and these months it signifies a heavy inheritance. This has been corroborated most recently in the gestures by President Porfirio Lobo Sosa for the return of Mel Zelaya and the the official firing from their jobs of the opposition judges by the Supreme Court. It gives the impression that Roberto Micheletti Bain continues in power, as both his approaches and the groups that made him "the de facto president" continue to dominate the political life of the country.

  • Secretary Clinton's Remarks: Address to the Organization of American States General Assembly By Hillary Rodham Clinton - : June 07, 2010
    We are here to discuss peace, security, and cooperation, and I commend our hosts for setting an agenda that does speak to our shared vision. We do share the goals of expanding social inclusion and economic opportunity; of ensuring the safety of our citizens; of securing clean sources of energy and protecting our environment; of building effective institutions of democratic governance and accountability, while preserving and strengthening our heritage of pluralism, tolerance, and diversity. These are tremendous advantages and will become more so as this century progresses.

  • Immigration, security issues, Honduras coup are top topics for Clinton in Latin America
    By Matthew Lee, AP - : June 07, 2010
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton flew to Latin America and the Caribbean with a crowded agenda awaiting: lingering tensions over last year's coup in Honduras, U.S. immigration policy, security issues and concerns over Iran and the Middle East. 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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