This video from the USA says about itself:
At least eight journalists have been murdered in Honduras in less than three months. The killings have raised concerns over the safety of reporters, especially those working on stories about human rights abuses. From the capital Tegucigalpa, Kimberly Halkett reports.
Human rights organisations have reported that almost one year after the coup that ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya, repression by the security forces had left the country “more dangerous than Colombia”: here.
Honduras coup reverberations continue: here.
At this week’s summit meeting of the Organization of American States, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for Honduras to be readmitted as an OAS member: here.
International journalist unions have denounced Honduran President Porfirio Lobo to the International Criminal Court after yet more journalists and opposition supporters were reported assassinated: here.
HONDURAN COUP – ONE YEAR ON: murders of journalists: here.
Repression continues in #Honduras one year after coup: here.
June 28 marks one year since the coup that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya. The Obama administration defends the country’s current regime as a “democracy,” even as death squad murders and military violence continue: here.
US President Barack Obama has been slated for continuing former leader George W Bush’s “militarisation” of the country’s relations with Latin America: here.