Key human rights witness Julio Lopez is still missing after three years. But Lopez is not just a new name inscribed on the doleful roll call of Argentina’s disappeared; he is also a reminder of the crimes against humanity still taking place in the region.
Source: Americas MexicoBlog Also see Zelaya’s Return to Tegucigalpa Brings Coup Closer to its End This is an urgent plea to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: Immediately condemn the violence unleashed against the Honduran people […]
Source: Al Jazeera Some reports said protesters threw stones at police, but officials reported no arrests and there was no immediate reports of injuries. Zelaya remained inside the embassy and accused police of preparing an […]
We go live to the Brazilian embassy in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa, where Manuel Zelaya has sought refuge. After Zelaya’s dramatic return, the coup government ordered a curfew, but thousands of Zelaya supporters defied […]
Source: Telesur Presidente de Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, señaló que seguirá en la lucha hasta su restitución en el poder (Foto:teleSUR) El presidente de Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, dirigió este lunes un mensaje a los cientos de […]
Source: Al Jazeera The ousted Honduran president has returned to his country nearly three months after being forced from power and into exile by a military-backed coup. Manuel Zelaya took refuge at the Brazilian embassy […]
Excerpted from the Associated Press: Deposed President Manuel Zelaya made a dramatic return to Honduras’ capital on Monday, taking shelter from arrest at Brazil’s embassy and calling for negotiations with the leaders who forced him […]
Source: The Real News Produced by: Jesse Freeston Oscar Estrada: Oligarchy’s attempt to save their neo-liberal project may initiate fall of entire regime On Independence Day in Honduras, the National Coalition Against the Coup declared […]