Honduras crisis deepens as ousted leader attempts return

Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya has vowed to make another attempt to return home after military forces prevented his plane from landing Sunday and clashed with his supporters in the streets of the capital. Zelaya has found overwhelming support from regional leaders even as interim leaders in Honduras continue to argue the coup that ousted him was legal.

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