dsc00628.jpgThe rivals for power in Honduras agreed on Friday to hold more talks to seek a solution to the crisis created by last month’s coup, keeping alive hopes that dialogue would prevail over confrontation.

“Both sides have agreed to continue talks in the shortest time possible and not rest until they reach an agreement to resolve this crisis,” said the talks’ mediator, Costa Rican President Oscar Arias.

(Thanks to Reuters News for the update)

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