Lights Out at Brazilian Embassy, as the U.S. Tries to Mediate Escalating Tensions in Honduras

The Honduran government government cut off electricity to the Brazilian embassy where ousted President Manuel Zelaya is hunkered down, a senior State Department official told ABC News, and the United States is trying to ease tensions, and to get a generator for the the blacked out embassy. Zelaya sought refuge in the embassy after he snuck into the country on Monday in defiance of the de facto regime, which has ordered his arrest. Roberto Micheletti, who replaced Zelaya as president, has...Full Story
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