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Honduras News - July 17-18, 2010

  • Repression and resistance continue in Honduras
    By Frank Lara - : July 18, 2010
    On June 28, 2009, the world woke up to an all too familiar news story: In the early hours of the morning there had been a military raid on the house of a Central American president. He was forced out of office. Twenty years after the U.S.-backed military coups of the 1980s and only seven years after the coup attempt on Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, Latin America again fell victim to a right-wing coup.

  • Honduran Leader Nathan Pravia Dies After Lifetime Defending Miskito Indians
    By : July 18, 2010
    The leader of the Miskito Indians, Nathan Pravia, who fought on behalf of the native peoples of Honduras, died Saturday in Tegucigalpa following a breakdown in his health, family members said. He was 62.

  • Honduras: Despite torture, the truth will out
    By Ida Garberi - : July 18, 2010
    The people of Honduras are continuing their struggle for democracy more than one year after the June 28 military coup that overthrew elected President Manuel Zelaya.

  • Latin America and Caribbean: CELAC Steams Ahead
    By Alex Main - : July 18, 2010
    A high-level meeting in Venezuela earlier this month, in which senior Latin American and Caribbean diplomats from 32 countries discussed the creation of a new forum for regional concertation, slipped under the radar of the entire U.S. media.

  • Refounding the Liberal Party
    By : July 17, 2010
    On July 14, Vos el Soberano published a brief note under the headline "When they expel the dictator then we can talk". It reported the content of a message sent by ex-president José Manuel Zelaya Rosales to the Consejo Central Ejecutivo (Central Executive Committee) of the Liberal Party. 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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