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Honduran president says willing to pardon coup leaders

Honduras President Manuel Zelaya, who was ousted in a Sunday coup, said here on Thursday that he is willing to pardon those who are responsible for the military coup. Full story

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Honduran President says he's victim of 'coup'

Honduran President Manuel Zelaya said he was the victim of "a coup" and a "brutal kidnapping" by soldiers

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