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Honduran security forces and supporters of Manuel Zelaya, the deposed president, have clashed outside the presidential palace in the capital, Tegucigalpa [AFP]
Violence flared on Monday as police and soldiers set up roadblocks and moved in on hundreds of demonstrators with tear gas and rubber-coated bullets [EPA]
Supporters calling for Zelaya's reinstatement defied a government curfew to erect barricades and throw rocks at shield-bearing riot police [AFP]
The violence, the most serious unrest in years in the Central American country, left several demonstrators wounded [AFP]
Security forces were also left with a bloody nose [AFP]
The Honduran congress swore in Roberto Micheletti, the parliamentary speaker, as Zelaya's replacement just hours after the coup [AFP]
But Zelaya (second from left), who was forced from power after seeking a referendum on constitutional changes critics say was to extend his tenure, continues to enjoy strong regional support [AFP]
The military, legislature and courts had declared Zelaya's move to hold the non-binding public vote illegal [AFP]
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Pictures: Honduras crisis /mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963002530991734_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963004958278797_6.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/20096300222748734_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963004829151371_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963002448693580_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963004852370621_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963004923637621_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2009/6/30/200963002311643734_8.jpg Honduran security forces and supporters of Manuel Zelaya, the deposed president, have clashed outside the presidential palace in the capital, Tegucigalpa [AFP];*;Violence flared on Monday as police and soldiers set up roadblocks and moved in on hundreds of demonstrators with tear gas and rubber-coated bullets [EPA];*;Supporters calling for Zelaya's reinstatement defied a government curfew to erect barricades and throw rocks at shield-bearing riot police [AFP];*;The violence, the most serious unrest in years in the Central American country, left several demonstrators wounded [AFP];*;Security forces were also left with a bloody nose [AFP];*;The Honduran congress swore in Roberto Micheletti, the parliamentary speaker, as Zelaya's replacement just hours after the coup [AFP];*;But Zelaya (second from left), who was forced from power after seeking a referendum on constitutional changes critics say was to extend his tenure, continues to enjoy strong regional support [AFP];*;The military, legislature and courts had declared Zelaya's move to hold the non-binding public vote illegal [AFP] 0
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