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Honduras Coup - Day 367 - Jun 29, 2010

  • Zelaya: Gone but not forgotten
    By : June 29, 2010
    Thousands of Hondurans rallied through Tegucigalpa on Monday to voice their opposition to the coup that ousted progressive President Manuel Zelaya exactly a year ago.

  • Honduras: a Censored Mourning
    By Anneris Ivette Leyva - : June 29, 2010
    A year has passed since the streets of Honduras were filled with horror, and the air waves, with silence. Neither the radio waves, which lost their frequencies, nor the television newscasts, inconceivably replaced by cartoons, could warn Hondurans about the fact that democracy had been buried by a sinister arm: the military, and by an unequivocal technique: the coup.

  • Honduran Coup: One Year Anniversary Beckons Better US Policy Towards Latin America
    By Rep. Mike Honda - : June 29, 2010
    Swirling south of here, in a gulf between the Americas, a crisis is brewing and already affecting the livelihoods of millions of people, threatening food and energy security, and undermining our nation's reputation regionally. Yet it has nothing to do with an oil spill.

  • Honduras still split one year after president's removal
    By : June 29, 2010
    A year ago this week Honduras plunged into deep uncertainty after the then President Manuel Zelaya was removed from office and expelled from the country.

  • ALBA Backs Struggle for Honduran Democracy on Anniversary of Coup
    By : June 29, 2010
    The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) released a statement yesterday reaffirming its commitment to the Honduran people's struggle for a return to democracy one year after the coup that overthrew President Manuel Zelaya.

  • A year after the coup, Honduras deadly for journalists
    By : June 29, 2010
    One year after President Manuel Zelaya was ousted from office, Honduras has become one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists, according to the International Press Institute. The article includes a timeline of the murders of Honduran journalists in 2010.

  • Honduras Coup Anniversary: 'What to the Oligarchy Are Crimes, to Us Are Rights'
    By : June 29, 2010
    Antonio Lopez Mendoza, 74, stood among about 100,000 people gathering in this capital city Monday morning. Some pumped their fists and waved red flags bearing the image of President Manuel Zelaya, ousted in a coup exactly one year ago.

  • One year after the Honduran Coup
    By : June 29, 2010
    One year after the military coup in Honduras, the US State Department continues to insist everything is going well in the country.

  • US slams accusations it was behind Honduras coup
    By : June 29, 2010
    The U.S. Ambassador to Honduras says accusations by former President Manuel Zelaya that the United States was behind the coup that ousted him are "absurd."

  • Ousted Honduran President Accuses US of Being Behind the 2009 Coup
    By : June 29, 2010
    Former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya has directly accused the United States of being behind the 2009 coup that ousted him a year ago. In a letter released on Monday, Zelaya wrote, "What we suspected at the beginning has now been confirmed. The United States was behind the coup."

  • One year after the coup the resistance is alive and well in Honduras
    By : June 29, 2010
    Report from Day 2 of La Voz de los de Abajo Delegation to Honduras

  • Honduras military under spotlight over abuses
    By : June 29, 2010
    Honduran military and other security forces are under a spotlight after a renewed round of condemnation of human rights abuses allegedly committed during the five months after a June 2009 coup that toppled President Jose Manuel Zelaya and continuing to date.

  • One Year Later, Zelaya Claims Honduras Coup Was Planned by U.S.
    By : June 29, 2010
    According to the former Honduran President, "everything indicates that the coup was planned at the Palmerola military base by the U.S. Southern Command and clumsily executed by incompetent Hondurans"

  • Crisis not over yet
    By : June 29, 2010
    Supporters of ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya light candles for victims as they line the streets of Tegucigalpa on Sunday ahead of the one-year anniversary of the coup d'etat. 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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