This video from England says about itself:
A second lively picket against the coup in Honduras took place in London on July 3rd. Members of the Latin American community, solidarity and left wing activists gathered outside the embassy to demand the reinstatement of president Zelaya. A letter was handed in to the Minister Counsellor who refused to meet any of the protestors.
From Green Left Weekly in Australia:
Coup and mass resistance in Honduras: Eva Golinger blogs live
1 July 2009
Eva Golinger, whose 2006 book The Chavez Code exposed the role of the US in the 2002 coup that briefly overthrew the democratically elected Venezuelan government, is blogging continuously on the situation in Honduras.
On June 28, the elected President Manuel Zelaya was kidnapped by the military at gun point, beaten and then exiled to Costa Rica. …
Zelaya has massive support from the poor, trade unions and social movements. …
There are massive ongoing protests on the streets, including a general strike, to demand Zelaya is reinstated. At least some army units have refused to support the coup.
The coup plotters have responded by shutting down state TV, cutting electricity to the capital and carrying out widespread repression.
The foreign minister in Zelaya’s government has been kidnapped and remains missing. The ambassadors of Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia and Nicaragua were kidnapped and beaten, with the Cuban and Venezuelan diplomats later released. …
The situation hangs in the balance, and is constantly developing. It remains unclear whether the coup plotters will succeed in using repression to put down the popular uprising and hold onto their illicit power, or whether the mass resistance and international support for Zelaya will see him reinstalled as the legitimate president. Ongoing news can be found at Golinger’s blog.
The world condemns Honduras coup, demands elected President Manuel Zelaya returns: here.