Honduras' Coup Prompts Meeting Of OAS The Organization of American States held an emergency meeting Saturday in Washington, D.C., to discuss whether to suspend Honduras' membership. Last week, a military coup sent leftist president Manuel Zelaya into exile. Without recognition, it could be difficult for the country to receive loans and aid.

Honduras' Coup Prompts Meeting Of OAS

Honduras' Coup Prompts Meeting Of OAS

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The Organization of American States held an emergency meeting Saturday in Washington, D.C., to discuss whether to suspend Honduras' membership. Last week, a military coup sent leftist president Manuel Zelaya into exile. Without recognition, it could be difficult for the country to receive loans and aid.

Guy Raz gets an update from NPR's Juan Forero.