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· September, 2009

Stories about Honduras from September, 2009

Cuba: Eye on Honduras

Writing at Havana Times, Circles Robinson posts an update on developments in Honduras, adding: “Here in Cuba, the parliament has taken a position of strong protest of the coup and...

Honduras: State of Exception Suspends Constitutional Rights

The Honduran government recently declared a State of Exception and suspended many Constitutional rights because of reports of a planned mass uprising. Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve has a rundown on...

Honduras: Citizen Videos from a Country Under Curfew

A curfew has been imposed by the interim government in Honduras while clashes between protesters and police persist after the return on September 21 of ousted president Mel Zelaya. Citizens...

Honduras: Scenes in El Carmen Colonia

HablaHonduras [es] posts videos of scenes in El Carmen Colonia in San Pedro Sula.

Honduras: Uncertainty of the Crisis

David Morán of El Catracho [es] does not know “where and when this conflict will end, and more importantly, how..” and believes that the light at the end of the...

Honduras: Ports and Airports Closed

Honduras Daily News writes that all ports and airpots are closed today due to the continuing crisis in Honduras.

Honduras: Curfew Lifted During Day

Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve writes that the Micheletti government in Honduras is lifting the curfew today so that people can buy groceries to “expect incredibly long lines, ‘venta loca’ (mad...

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