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Honduras's elected president onto an aeroplane to Costa Rica in a coup in 2009, nobody believed that the Central American country would swiftly get back to normal. But even pessimists must be disappointed by what has happened. Although the
Vice President Nicolas Maduro said Sunday he's optimistic that Hugo Chavez will soon return to Venezuela after cancer surgery in Cuba. The president has not spoken publicly or been seen since the Dec...Many opposition politicians argue Chavez, who
Honduras The man who led the military part of a coup against former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya is now a candidate for president himself. The Honduran Patriotic Alliance voted Sunday to make retired Gen. Romeo Vazquez Velazquez its standard-
Honduras Thousands of protesters in Honduras' capital of Tegucigalpa are blocking Supreme Court judges from entering the court's building, saying they want to "clean up Honduras' justice system." Protest organizer Marco Antonio Bhaday says they want
Honduras (AP) Honduran President Porfirio Lobo says his government will open a trade office in China as a step toward establishing full diplomatic relations. Honduras is one of a small group of countries, including several in Central America, that
The 2009 Honduran constitutional crisis was a political dispute over plans to rewrite the Constitution of Honduras. It began when Honduran President Manuel Zelaya planned to hold a poll on a referendum on a constituent assembly
Honduras (AP) In Honduras, political crisis is taking a holiday. A standoff between the president and congress and the Supreme Court that brought the country to the brink last week is now on hold until Jan. 3, as offices closed Monday for the holiday
Honduras (AP) The Honduran congress approved a bill Tuesday to submit President Porfirio Lobo 's police cleanup program to a popular vote, after the measure was blocked by the courts. Lobo has been locked in a standoff with Supreme Court justices,
Three Honduran political parties chose their candidates for next year's general elections in primary voting Sunday that heralded the return of ousted former President Manuel Zelaya to politics in this Central American country.
Honduras Honduras' supreme court has struck down a plan to build a series of model cities with their own independent tax and justice systems, a proposal that was meant to spur economic growth in a country struggling with corruption and criminality.