Honduras coup photos

Posted: July 5, 2009 in society
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A supporter of ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya writes graffiti which reads “Pro-Coup People Out” at Morazan Park during a protest against the military coup in Tegucigalpa on July 1, 2009. (AFP / Jose Cabezas)

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Soldiers patrol a street nearby the presidential building in Tegucigalpa on June 30, 2009. (AFP / Yuri Cortez)

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Protesters in favour of President Zelaya march against the military coup in Tegucigalpa on July 2, 2009. (AFP / Jose Cabezas)

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A stray dog passes soldiers and police in riot gear standing guard at the National Congress in Tegucigalpa on July 2, 2009. AFP / Yuri Cortez)

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A riot policeman patrols a street near the presidential building in Tegucigalpa on June 30, 2009. (AFP / Yuri Cortez)

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A member of the Honduran National Police Special Force Cobra (C) and a soldier hold down a supporter of President Zelaya during clashes near the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009. (AFP / Orlando Sierra)

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A demonstrator lies in the street during clashes between supporters of President Zelaya and soldiers and police in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009. (AFP / Orlando Sierra)

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Honduran riot police beat protesters during clashes in the surroundings of the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009. (AFP / Jose Cabezas)

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Police clash with protesters during demonstrations near the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009. (AFP / Jose Cabezas)

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Honduran soldiers and riot police shoot tear gas during clashes with protesters near the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009. (AFP / Jose Cabezas)

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A protester is attacked by Honduran soldiers near the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009. (AFP / Jose Cabezas)

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  1. Alain says:

    Dear Isiria, I am currently setting up a social network on the coup in Honduras and the damaging impacts on democracy it might have for the whole centroamerican region.

    The site’s: zelayapresidente.ning.com

    I wonder if I could publish your pictures there (with all the references to you of course)

    The network is just beginning (launched it yesterday) but I hope that it will grow as more people gets involved.

    Looking forward to hearing from you

    Alain

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