This video says about itself:
Honduran campesinos under the gun
Landless farmworkers in the Aguán valley sign land deal with government in midst of military occupation. Produced by Jesse Freeston.
From The Real News:
In Part two of two on the land conflict in the Aguán Valley, we look at the roots of the conflict, and the motivation for the campesinos to begin the land occupation that eventually won them 11,000 hectares. We also look at what the experience in Aguán means for other conflicts in a country where the power struggle that gave rise to the June 2009 coup is far from over.
Honduran women’s rights group refuses to recognise new president: here.
International human rights monitors announced on Monday that they will investigate the killings of seven journalists in Honduras over the past two months: here.