Honduras after the coup



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From Flickr photographer Yamil Gonzales (translated from the Spanish): “Photos of protests in front of the Presidential Home, taken on June 29, 2009. I edited/modified these as little as possible so that they appear as close as possible to what occurred.”

Graffiti reads: Get out, transnationals.

Grafitti reads: Mel [Zelaya’s nickname], the people are with you until the end.”

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To learn more about the coup and events currently unfolding in Honduras, please visit Global Voices Online’s Honduras page.


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