Rival Leaders to Hold Talks in Honduras

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In Honduras, representatives of ousted President Manuel Zelaya and interim President Roberto Michelletti are meeting Friday.

It's the first time in three months that the two parties have had direct talks.
The negotiations came about as a result of a one-day visit by a delegation of the Organization for American States.
Honduras is seeking a way out of the political crisis that has gripped the country since June.
In a move backed by the Honduran Supreme Court and Congress, the military took Zelaya into custody and flew him out of the country.
The international community called it a coup and has pressured the interim government to step down.

CBN News Latin America Correspondent Stan Jeter appeared on Friday's edition of the CBN Newschannel's Morning program to provide an analysis of the situation in Honduras.

Click play to watch the interview.

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