COLUMBIA —MU Students for Progressive Action and members of the Columbia Peace Coalition held a panel on Wednesday night in Columbia to promote knowledge and discussion of Honduras and its people after the coup on June 28 that deposed President Manuel Zelaya. A U.S. delegation is currently in Honduras encouraging dialogue between dueling factions in an effort to legitimize the November election.
Panel held in Columbia on Honduras while diplomats encourage dialogue
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