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Honduran President Returns from Exile

By Al Jazeera via
September 22, 2009

The ousted president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, slipped back into his country, in defiance of the coup regime’s threat to arrest him, and took refuge at the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa.

Zelaya announced his return from a forced exile, which began on June 28, in a phone call to Al Jazeera’s English-language network, which has been following developments in Honduras much more closely than the major U.S. news media has.

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At first the coup government of Roberto Micheletti disputed the news of Zelaya’s return but later reversed course, imposed a curfew and demanded that the Brazilians turn Zelaya over to the authorities for prosecution. Zelaya’s Honduran supporters took to the streets demanding that the elected president be reinstated. is an independent news network that produces stories of global interest. 

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