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Bolivia Prez Fears War in Honduras

Rumbo, news, Posted: Jul 24, 2009

LA PAZ, Bolivia (EFE) - Bolivian Pres. Evo Morales warned that the situation in Honduras, where a coup overthrew the elected president, Manuel Zelaya, could result in armed conflict, according to a report in Rumbo. Morales said the only alternative for the nation was for the coup leaders to resign. In a press conference in the capital city Paz, Morales also said he believed that if a similar coup by left-wing groups had occurred, the U.S. military base in Honduras would have responded. He said was evidence that U.S. imperialism was a factor behind the coup.


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