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September 8, 2009 7:42 PM

Defying U.S., Honduras won't let Zelaya return as president

Last week, the U.S. tightened pressure on Honduras' de facto government by canceling $30 million in aid and revoking visas of political leaders who supported the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya. Honduras responded by circulating reports that Zelaya had used public funds to keep horses, buy watches and jewelry and repair his Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

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