Clash In Honduras

  • Honduran policemen seize equipment from Radio Globo in Tegucigalpa on Monday. The interim government announced a media clampdown and a ban on unauthorized gatherings Sunday, following increased tensions after the return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya. Zelaya was removed from power June 28. He returned to Tegucigalpa on Sept. 21 and took refuge with a group of some 60 supporters in the Brazil...
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    Honduran policemen seize equipment from Radio Globo in Tegucigalpa on Monday. The interim government announced a media clampdown and a ban on unauthorized gatherings Sunday, following increased tensions after the return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya. Zelaya was removed from power June 28. He returned to Tegucigalpa on Sept. 21 and took refuge with a group of some 60 supporters in the Brazilian Embassy.
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  • Zelaya and his supporters remain at the embassy. On Saturday, acting President Roberto Micheletti gave Brazil a 10-day deadline to define Zelaya's status. "If that's not done, we'll be forced to take supplementary measures under international law," Micheletti said in a statement.
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    Zelaya and his supporters remain at the embassy. On Saturday, acting President Roberto Micheletti gave Brazil a 10-day deadline to define Zelaya's status. "If that's not done, we'll be forced to take supplementary measures under international law," Micheletti said in a statement.
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  • Zelaya supporters protest Saturday in Tegucigalpa to mark the 90th day since he was ousted from power.
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    Zelaya supporters protest Saturday in Tegucigalpa to mark the 90th day since he was ousted from power.
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  • Soldiers take cover during clashes with protesters in the El Pedregal neighborhood.
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    Soldiers take cover during clashes with protesters in the El Pedregal neighborhood.
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  • A Zelaya supporter protests in Tegucigalpa.
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    A Zelaya supporter protests in Tegucigalpa.
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  • The Honduran military surrounds the Brazilian Embassy in an effort to drive away Zelaya supporters.
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    The Honduran military surrounds the Brazilian Embassy in an effort to drive away Zelaya supporters.
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  • Relatives and supporters of Zelaya surround him inside the Brazilian Embassy on Wednesday.
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    Relatives and supporters of Zelaya surround him inside the Brazilian Embassy on Wednesday.
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  • The Honduran military maintains a strong presence during protests held by Zelaya supporters in Tegucigalpa.
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    The Honduran military maintains a strong presence during protests held by Zelaya supporters in Tegucigalpa.
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  • Zelaya's opponents carry a Honduran flag past the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Thursday.
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    Zelaya's opponents carry a Honduran flag past the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Thursday.
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  • A protester runs from police during riots near the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday.
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    A protester runs from police during riots near the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday.
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  • Supporters of Honduras' ousted president took to the streets in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday.
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    Supporters of Honduras' ousted president took to the streets in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday.
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  • Police reported that at least one supermarket was looted during protests Wednesday in the El Pedragal neighborhood of Tegucigalpa.
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    Police reported that at least one supermarket was looted during protests Wednesday in the El Pedragal neighborhood of Tegucigalpa.
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  • Approximately 70 of Zelaya's supporters and relatives were confined to the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday.
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    Approximately 70 of Zelaya's supporters and relatives were confined to the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Wednesday.
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  • Deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya speaks on the telephone inside the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Tuesday. The Honduran military forced Zelaya to flee to Costa Rica on June 28. On Sept. 21, he returned to Honduras and took refuge in the Brazilian Embassy.
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    Deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya speaks on the telephone inside the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa on Tuesday. The Honduran military forced Zelaya to flee to Costa Rica on June 28. On Sept. 21, he returned to Honduras and took refuge in the Brazilian Embassy.
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