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Hondurans mourn dead protesterupdated: Wed Jul 08 2009 02:29:00

Honduran protesters are mourning the death of their comrade in violent clashes with military. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports

Costa Rica to host Honduras talks this weekupdated: Wed Jul 08 2009 02:29:00

Mediation efforts to resolve the political crisis in Honduras are expected to begin Thursday, Costa Rican President Oscar Arias said.

Clinton: U.S. backs mediation efforts in Hondurasupdated: Tue Jul 07 2009 16:33:00

The United States will support an international mediation effort to restore democratic order in Honduras, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.

Despite setback, ousted Honduran president wants to returnupdated: Tue Jul 07 2009 02:54:00

Deposed Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya will once again try to return to his homeland after a series of meetings in Washington this week, he said in an interview with CNN en Español Monday night.

Honduran military prevents ousted leader's landing; clash kills 1updated: Mon Jul 06 2009 00:13:00

Deposed Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya said he was denied permission to land at Tegucigalpa's airport Sunday evening after a deadly clash between Zelaya's supporters and government troops.

Honduras suspended from OASupdated: Sun Jul 05 2009 13:00:00

The Organization of American States suspended Honduras late Saturday because the nation's new leaders refused to reinstate ousted President Jose Manuel Zelaya.

Emergency OAS meeting held over Honduran coupupdated: Sat Jul 04 2009 20:44:00

Thousands of protesters demanding the return to power of ousted Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya pushed through riot police at Tegucigalpa's airport and surrounded the terminal Saturday, but there were no reports of violence.

Honduras' new leaders reject appeal for Zelaya's returnupdated: Sat Jul 04 2009 03:14:00

The head of the Organization of American States said Friday he has found no willingness among leaders of Honduras' interim government to return President Jose Manuel Zelaya to power.

Soldiers shoot bus tiresupdated: Fri Jul 03 2009 15:25:00

Video shows Honduran soldiers shooting the tires of buses carrying supporters of the country's ousted president.

Video shows Honduran troops shooting protesters' bus tiresupdated: Fri Jul 03 2009 15:25:00

Honduran soldiers shot out the tires of buses headed for a demonstration in support of ousted President Jose Manuel Zelaya, a video obtained by CNN shows.

Ousted Honduran leader delays return till deadline passesupdated: Thu Jul 02 2009 12:08:00

Ousted Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya said Wednesday he will not return to his home country until at least Saturday, after a three-day international deadline to reinstate him.

Ousted president vows to return to Hondurasupdated: Wed Jul 01 2009 23:14:00

A new standoff was brewing in Honduras as the country's recently deposed president vowed to return, while the new provisional government said it would arrest him if he set foot back in the country.

Honduran Congress names provisional presidentupdated: Wed Jul 01 2009 23:00:00

Hours after the sitting president was deposed by a military-led coup, a new president of Honduras was sworn in Sunday.

Ambassador Arria on Zelayaupdated: Wed Jul 01 2009 23:00:00

Former Venezuelan Ambassador Diego Arria talks about the military-led coup in Honduras.

Police clash with demonstrators in Honduran capitalupdated: Mon Jun 29 2009 22:35:00

Honduran authorities on Monday clashed with supporters of deposed President Jose Manuel Zelaya, but the extent of the unrest appeared limited.

Honduras regional implicationsupdated: Mon Jun 29 2009 22:35:00

CNN's Pauline Chiou talks with former Venezuelan ambassador to the U.N. about the military led coup in Honduras.

Honduras president: Nation calm before controversial voteupdated: Sat Jun 27 2009 05:19:00

The president of Honduras said Friday that the situation in his country was relatively calm, despite signs that he has lost the support of his armed forces, the supreme court and other government institutions.

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