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SCALABRINIANOS
Setembro 2019
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (CNS) -- An activist priest in Honduras went into hiding after soldiers attacked a group of protesters who had blocked a rural highway in support of ousted President Manuel Zelaya.

Father Jose Andres Tamayo, the parish priest in Salama, told Catholic News Service by telephone July 1 that he and hundreds of other residents of the rural province of Olancho were on their way to Tegucigalpa June 29 to join a pro-Zelaya march when soldiers shot out tires on their seven rented buses near the town of Los Limones, about 100 miles from the nation's capital.

"Since we couldn't proceed to Tegucigalpa, we decided to block the highway there. The army came twice to warn us to leave, and then they returned at 2 a.m. today and started beating us," he said. Read More.
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