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Honduras: Snubbing of New US Ambassador

Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve thinks that it is plain lunacy that the Honduran president Mel Zelaya snubbed the new US ambassador on the day that he was to present his diplomatic credentials, possibly out of solidarity with Bolivia, which had recently expelled the US ambassador in that country.

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