Honduras president ousted

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In Honduras on June 30, on orders of the Supreme Court, the military ousted President Zeleya and exiled him from the country. He had been seeking a constitutional amendment to allow him a second term. 

An interim president was selected by Congress to act until January 2010. Some street protests were put down by government forces. The OAS insisted that Zeleya be reinstated.

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In Honduras on June 30, on orders of the Supreme Court, the military ousted President Zeleya and exiled him from the country. He had been seeking a constitutional amendment to allow him a second term. 

An interim president was selected by Congress to act until January 2010. Some street protests were put down by government forces. The OAS insisted that Zeleya be reinstated.