We know that you are anxious for a resolution of the situation in Honduras and are wondering what is going on. Where is President Zelaya? Will he return? What is the U.S. doing to move the negotiations forward?
Here are some of the latest reports on what has been happening:
- In Honduras, Simon Says: 'End Your Coup'
An analysis of the back-and-forth negotiations that have taken place between Washington and Honduras since the coup on June 28th.
- Zelaya logra en México el respaldo de Calderón
Presidente Calderón de México y Presidente Zelaya se hablaron ayer sobre la situación en Honduras. Calderón expresó su rechazo profundo del golpe militar, mientras Zelaya defendió su misión de regresar a Honduras.
- U.S. Can end Honduras crisis in seconds: Zelaya
President Manuel Zelaya puts pressure on the United States to put an end to the Micheletti regime.
- A President Kicked Out, but Not Alone in Defiance
The NY Times reports on the tense situation on the border of Nicaragua and Honduras as President Zelaya’s supporters flee to his side to support him.
- On TV, Honduran Generals Explain Their Role in Coup
The NY Times reports on the interview during “Face to Face” that included five Honduran military generals discussing their role in the coup and the resulting military government.
The Miami Herald:
- Manuel Zelaya's supporters start heading home
Zelaya supporters who had moved to border towns in Nicaragua to show support for President Zelaya’s return, have had to return to their hometowns and families.