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  • United States urged to condemn coup in Honduras

    United States urged to condemn coup in Honduras

    United Nations, June 28.- UN General Assembly president Miguel D’Escoto called today on U.S. President Barack Obama to immediately condemn the military coup carried out against Honduran President Manuel Zelaya.In a statement released here, the former Nicaraguan foreign minister also asked the Hond…
  • Cuba Strongly Condemns Coup in Honduras

    Cuba Strongly Condemns Coup in Honduras

    Havana, June 28.- Cuba strongly condemned on Sunday the coup against the constitutional and legitimate Honduran President Manuel Zelaya forced to leave the country and taken to Costa Rica.Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez urged the coup leaders to reinstate President Zelaya and made them respon…
  • Coup d'état in Honduras: a treason that does not take us by surprise

    Coup d'état in Honduras: a treason that does not take us by surprise

    By Esther Borges Moya/ Radio Cadena AgramonteIt is not a surprise that the most reactionary sectors had sought ways and opportunities to attempt against the stability of a country of the long-suffering Latin America, in this occasion Honduras. Nothing better that a coup d'état, the use of the brute…
  • We’ll Give a Lesson to the US Empire and the Extreme Right Wing, says Chavez

    We’ll Give a Lesson to the US Empire and the Extreme Right Wing, says Chavez

    Camagüey, Jun 28.- During a special edition of the television and radio program "Alo, Presidente!" seen here, Venezuela’s Head of State Hugo Chávez Frías stated that in the face of the coup d'etat in Honduras, the peoples of Latin America will give another lesson to the US Empire and the extreme right wing of the continent, similar to what happened in his country on April 2002.

  • Honduran People Demand Return of President Manuel Zelaya

    Honduran People Demand Return of President Manuel Zelaya

    Havana, Jun 28.- The Honduran people have taken to the streets of the capital Tegucigalpa to demand the return of President Manuel Zelaya, who was kidnapped early on Sunday by military forces. Uncertainty prevails in the country as people fear for the life of the Honduran President, according to media reports.

  • Honduran President Forcibly Taken to Costa Rica

    Honduran President Forcibly Taken to Costa Rica

    HAVANA, Cuba, June 28.- Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was forcibly taken to Costa Rica on Sunday morning after being kidnapped by Honduran military forces, several international media outlets confirmed this morning.

  • EU and Latin American Presidents Condemn Coup d’état in Honduras

    EU and Latin American Presidents Condemn Coup d’état in Honduras

    HAVANA, Cuba, June 28.- The European Union (EU) unanimously condemned on Sunday a coup d’état perpetrated by Honduran military against the president of this Central American nation, Manuel Zelaya.

  • International Solidarity against Coup in Honduras

    International Solidarity against Coup in Honduras

    HAVANA, Cuba, June 28.- Calls for international solidarity, in favor of reestablishing constitutional order in Honduras are making news in several international news agencies following the detention of President Manuel Zelaya by military forces.

  • Solidarity with the Cuban Five Meeting in Greece

    Solidarity with the Cuban Five Meeting in Greece

    Athens, June 27 .-  The University of Thessaly in Volos, 320 kilometers north of Athens, the Greek capital, was the venue of an activity in solidarity with the Cuban revolution and the cause of the Five Cubans unjustly incarcerated in the United States.

  • Evangelical Leaders Praise Fidel and Raúl as Examples

    Evangelical Leaders Praise Fidel and Raúl as Examples

    Matanzas, Jun 27.- Participants in a conference, marking the 80th anniversary of the First Hispanic-American Protestant Congress, praised the leader of the Cuba Revolution Fidel Castro as an example to be followed.

    A letter was read at the meeting’s closing session, in which the religious leaders pointed to Fidel’s integrity and honesty, his love for his people and those of Latin America and the Caribbean that he has demonstrated fully throughout his entire life with the promotion and implementation of countless programs for the benefit of the Cuban and other regional peoples, particularly in the areas of health and education.