A huge multitude was waiting for the return of Honduran President Gabriel Zelaya at the international airport of Tegucigalpa. The military nevertheless made impossible for his plane to land in spite that he ordered them the opposite as supreme commander of the armed forces.
A large multitude awaited in vain to their President
While the military-backed de facto government was still yesterday claiming that not a single person has died in the coup, it seems it is not actually the case and informations are already arriving of deaths at the hands of the soldiers and disappeared people.
Al Jazeera reports of a 10 years old boy killed by the troops in the protests that surrounded the failed attempt of Zelaya to return. Gara mentions, quoting human rights groups, hundreds arrested, scores missing and at least five deaths.
The military is using violence against the protesters
Zelaya, who flew from Washington D.C., seems to have finally landed in neighbouring Nicaragua and has vowed to try to return again on Monday or Thursday..