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Honduras Truth Commission rules Zelaya removal was coup The Truth Commission says Mr Zelaya and those who ousted him bear responsibility for the coup The Honduras Truth and Reconciliation Commission has concluded that the removal from office of
Honduras (AP) — Former President Manuel Zelaya has arrived in Honduras, ending a long political crisis caused by his ouster in a military-backed coup almost two years ago. Zelaya's flight from Nicaragua landed on Saturday at
What Manuel Zelaya's return means for Honduras The former president's return is welcome, but human rights remain at risk in Honduras after the coup that deposed him The Honduran president, Porfirio Lobo, (left) shakes hands with ousted former leader
Mr Zelaya's presidency came to an abrupt end in June 2009 when soldiers sent him packing to Costa Rica after the Honduran Supreme Court ordered his arrest for illegally pressing on with an informal referendum on constitutional change. His ousting,
Honduras (AP) — President Porfirio Lobo will sign an agreement to allow Honduras' re-entry into the Organization of American States and for ousted President Manuel Zelaya to return to his homeland. The signing will take place in
Honduras (AP) — Former President Manuel Zelaya will likely return to Honduras within a month, ending his exile nearly two years after the coup that ousted him, and aide and a key supporter said Wednesday. Conditions are right for
Aides of former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya say he will likely return to Honduras soon, ending his exile nearly two years after he was ousted in a coup. Aide Rasel Tome says Zelaya "has the will and desire to return to his homeland" after the
Honduras (AP) — A Honduran court dismissed the last two remaining charges Monday against former President Manuel Zelaya, removing a key obstacle to his return to the country. The decision could also smooth the way for the country'
A court in Honduras has dismissed the last remaining charges against former President Manuel Zelaya, removing one of his reasons for not returning to the country. A special appeals court panel dismissed charges of fraud and falsifying documents that
Honduras (AP) — A Truth Commission with strong international support starts investigating the Honduran coup Tuesday, helping the country regain the recognition it lost when soldiers ousted President Manuel Zelaya last year.