Honduras talks start, police disperse protesters
Foreign ministers and the head of the Organization of American States are overseeing the highest-level dialogue in the coffee-growing nation since Zelaya was bundled into exile at gunpoint three months ago, but a solution to the crisis seemed distant.
In your article today, I believe your comment about Honduras being a coffee growing nation was a veiled slander that typically reads ¨Banana republic¨.
Your comments are gratuitous and your reporting is sloppy and shallow. Reuters can do better.
Perhaps you are reading too much into this. I believe when we said “coffee-growing nation” we meant that Honduras is a nation that grows coffee: GBU Editor
Honduras’ ousted President Manuel Zelaya reads bible before meeting with Organization of American States Secretary-General Jose Miguel Insulza and OAS chancellors inside the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa, October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido