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Honduras Under Fire

New America Now, Audio, Marcelo Ballve and Sandip Roy Posted: Oct 26, 2009

Editor's Note: Honduras recently qualified for World Cup soccer for the first time since 1981. But that might have been a brief moment of unity in a country that is still deadlocked over its political future. Former President Manuel Zelaya is still holed up in a Brazilian embassy, and talks between the two sides haven't produced a breakthrough. Marcelo Ballve reported from Honduras for NewsHour on PBS and New America Media.



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