Hondurans troubled by coup impact  

Many people in Honduras rely on international help to keep their businesses afloat.

If sanctions are placed on the Central American country, and aid is cut off, it is not just the interim government that will feel the pinch.
Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez travelled to Valle de Angeles, outside the capital Tegucigalpa, and found residents worried about their future.


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