2009-07-10 02:15:53 GMT SINA.com
Honduras's interim leader Roberto Micheletti left Costa Rica without meeting his ousted rival President Manuel Zelaya after mediated talks aimed at resolving the crisis gripping their country.
2009-07-09 01:33:53 GMT SINA.com
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Honduras' first lady has emerged as the public face of the movement to restore President Manuel Zelaya to power, a role she took against her husband's wishes and despite her continuing fears for her safety.
2009-07-07 07:28:04 GMT SINA.com
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Diplomatic efforts to restore Manuel Zelaya to Honduras' presidency shifted back to Washington on Tuesday, as supporters of the ousted leader threatened to escalate protests and disrupt business across the poor Central American nation.
2009-07-06 00:54:22 GMT SINA.com
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Ousted President Manuel Zelaya was kept from landing at the main Honduras airport Sunday because the runway was blocked by military vehicles and groups of soldiers, some of them clashing with a crowd of thousands outside.
2009-07-03 02:05:06 GMT Xinhua English
TEGUCIGALPA, July 2 (Xinhua) -- The 48-hour trade embargo imposed by Honduras' three neighbors in response to a military coup came to an end on Thursday, with a cost to the nation worth 16 million U.S. dollars.
2009-07-02 22:10:00 GMT Xinhua English
STOCKHOLM, July 2 (Xinhua) -- European Union Thursday called on all relevant parties and institutions in Honduras to refrain from violence and strive to find a swift and peaceful solution to the current situation.
2009-07-02 00:59:32 GMT Xinhua English
BOGOTA, July 1 (Xinhua) -- Colombia reiterated its support to ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya on Wednesday, calling him the only "constitutional president of the Republic of Honduras."
2009-06-30 08:46:42 GMT Xinhua English
Honduran troops arrested President Manuel Zelaya in an apparent military coup Sunday to stop him pressing ahead with a constitutional referendum, in a move triggering global concern.
2009-06-30 06:03:55 GMT SINA.com
Honduran President Manuel Zelaya said he was the victim of "a coup" and a "brutal kidnapping" by soldiers, and President Barack Obama said he was "deeply concerned" by the Sunday morning detention of the Central American president.
2009-06-29 05:40:35 GMT Xinhua English
A demonstrator runs past a pile of burning tyres near the presidential house in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras, on June 28, 2009, during a rally calling for the release of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya.
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