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· March, 2009

Stories about Honduras from March, 2009

Cuba, Trinidad & Tobago: At the Summit

  31 March 2009

“It seems far-fetched to think that the summit’s news coverage would be dominated by the one country in the region that is absent from the event” – but The Cuban Triangle thinks that “two factors – a no-news summit agenda, and a vocal regional consensus calling on President Obama to...

Honduras: Linux Tour in San Pedro Sula

  26 March 2009

Norman summarizes the Linux Tour in San Pedro Sula, Honduras [es]. A team of open-source software users are traveling around Central America to provide workshops and lectures on the possible uses of this type of software.

Honduras: President Zelaya Wants Referendum

20 March 2009

Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve [es] catches a speech by Honduran President Mel Zelaya who said he would like a referendum to modify the Constitution allowing him to remain in power. However, he writes that chances are slim that it would pass.

Honduras: Bridge Blog from Tegucigalpa

  15 March 2009

Born in Honduras is a new bridge blog written from the capital city of Tegucigalpa by Ardegas, who describes his blog as “commentaries about things Honduran in a dialogue with the American culture.”

Honduras: Memories of the Green Gold Capital

  13 March 2009

Janpedrano takes readers on a tour of the town of La Lima, located in the southern part of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The childhood memories of frequent trips to this “green gold capital” [es] include witnessing the damage caused by Hurricane Mitch in the area.

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