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Costa Rica Prosecutors Open Investigation Into Alleged Coup Plot

Presidential candidate and former President of the Legislative Assembly Eduardo Cruickshank alleges it was suggested to him “to be ready to assume the presidency...

Obama orders deeper Venezuela sanctions over abuses

Obama ordered the freezing of U.S. properties and bank accounts of seven officials, including the director general of the intelligence service and the director of the national police.

In 2nd day of trial, Honduran judges say they acted in defense of human rights

Lawyers for the four judges dismissed in Honduras for objecting to the country’s 2009 coup clashed with adversaries from the government on Tuesday at the closing of a hearing at the Costa Rica-based Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

Honduran judges sacked for opposing 2009 coup seek reparations at Inter-American Court of Human Rights

Former Judge Guillermo López: “It’s unheard of that a high court of justice would make an effort to legitimize what had been a coup d’etat.”

Venezuela arrests three generals for alleged coup plot

President Nicolás Maduro told a meeting of South American foreign ministers that the three generals, who were not identified, had been in contact with the opposition and "were trying to rise up against the legitimately constituted government."

Former Honduran army chief reinvents himself as political crusader

Born in the Honduran mountain town of Siguatepeque, Brig. Gen. Romeo Orlando Vásquez Velásquez attended the U.S. Army’s School of the Americas near Ft. Benning, Georgia, in the 1970s and ’80s. Despite his lifelong love for the United States, he cannot set foot on U.S. soil.

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