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Nothing democratic about Honduran military coup

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Latin America unites as riot police turn on protesters

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The ousting of the Honduran President Manuel Zelaya by the country's military at the weekend has been condemned by many members of the international community as an affront to democracy. But despite a natural distaste for any military coup, it is possible that the army might have actually done Honduran democracy a service.

Heather Berkman: Zelaya pushed

Manuel Zelaya has taken a few unexpected turns to the left during his tenure as President of Honduras, deviating from its political norms. This time, it looks like he may have gone too far.

Chavez threatens to invade as Honduran army stages coup

Venezuelan leader vows to 'act militarily' after leftist ally Manuel Zelaya is overthrown and exiled to Costa Rica

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Dead body in Honduras believed to be Palacios' kidnapped brother

Tottenham Hotspur have allowed their Honduran midfielder, Wilson Palacios, to return home on indefinite compassionate leave after the discovery of remains believed to be those of his kidnapped younger brother.

Eriksson sacked and Maradona humbled

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Firm's collapse leaves gap-year teens stranded

Student volunteers told to pay thousands – or pack their bags and leave

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Whether you seek a tropical beach hut or a jungle lodge, go wild at one of these rustic retreats.

Eriksson's Mexico lose to Sweden

Sven-Goran Eriksson's Mexico continued their dismal run by losing 1-0 to the coach's native Sweden in a friendly international on Wednesday.

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