Ousted Zelaya sets foot back in Honduras, briefly

Vowing to return home, ousted President Manuel Zelaya took a few symbolic steps inside Honduras on Friday but backed away from a confrontation with Honduran security forces waiting to arrest him. In a move described as “reckless” by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the ousted leader in his trademark cowboy hat crossed briefly into Honduras in the small town of Las Manos on the border with Nicaragua.

Suicide bomb squad hits Afghan city: govt.

KHOST, Afghanistan, Saturday (AFP) - Seven suicide bombers tried to storm state targets in a city in eastern Afghanistan, killing one civilian in the third Taliban commando raid in a week, authorities said.

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