The new leaders of Honduras are under intense pressure from the United States and other nations after a military coup. The country's new president says the move was legal. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Frances Robles who is in the capital Tegucigalpa.
Honduras' interim president said talks may begin Saturday to address the political crisis enveloping the country since the military deposed the country's sitting president two weeks ago. Anchor Jeb Sharp gets the latest from Director Jennifer McCoy.
The stand-off in Honduras entered day five today. Deposed president Manuel Zelaya is holed up inside the Brazilian embassy. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Andres Conter of the US-based non-profit group Nonviolence International who's in the embassy,.
Ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya and his political opponents have signed off on an agreement that will allow him to return to office and create a power-sharing government. Katy Clark finds out more from Andres Conteris, of Democracy Now en Espanol.
A year ago Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was kidnapped by the Honduran military. He made a dramatic return by sneaking back into the country. These days Zelaya is living in exile in the Dominican Republic. Reporter Enrique Rivera reports.