This is a video from Honduras about teacher Ilse Ivannia Rodriguez Velasquez being killed.
From The Argus Press:
1 dead, 2 injured in protests by Honduras teachers
Posted: Saturday, March 19, 2011 1:11 am
A woman lies on the ground after she was allegedly struck by a vehicle as protesters ran when police advanced against them in the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras Friday March 18, 2011. Local media reports that the woman, teacher Ilse Ivannia Rodriguez Velasquez, 59, later died in the hospital of head injuries. This is the second day of protests by supporters of ousted former president Manuel Zelaya who demand his return to Honduras.
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By Michael Kramer in the USA:
Pentagon sees Honduras as a FOB
Published Mar 21, 2011 9:25 PM
“FOB” is military jargon for Forward Operating Base. It is a secure, forward military position that supports tactical operations and reduces the reaction time of the military forces that use it.
The Pentagon has them throughout Afghanistan and until recently had them all over Iraq. In the Pentagon’s scheme of things Honduras is a giant FOB right in the middle of Central America, with a Caribbean seacoast. This FOB carries a low profile, and most people in the U.S. do not know that it exists. For the people of Honduras it is a part of their lives 24/7.
The heart of the FOB is the José Enrique Soto Cano Air Base, located about 60 miles from the nation’s capital, Tegucigalpa. The U.S. military presence is officially known as Joint Task Force-Bravo and includes permanently assigned Army and Air Force units, including the 1st Battalion, the 228th Aviation Regiment and the 612th Air Base Squadron.
While technically considered a Honduran military base, the U.S. controls base security and all airfield functions at Soto Cano, such as air traffic control, weather forecasting and logistics.