September 28, 2009 8:59 AM

Honduran regime's crackdown on dissent condemned

The de facto government of Honduras that took power three months ago found itself increasingly isolated Monday after suspending basic civil rights and closing TV and radio stations allied with ousted President Manuel Zelaya. Governments ranging from the United States to Chile to France condemned the moves, as did the Organization of American States.

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