Ousted Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya returned to his nation's border briefly Saturday, a day after crossing a few yards into Honduras and then leaving for a nearby Nicaraguan town a few hours later.
Saturday's visit was even shorter -- about 20 minutes -- and Zelaya stayed inside Nicaragua, about 50 meters (165 feet) away from the Honduran border. After speaking to about 50 supporters, Zelaya returned to Ocotal, the town where he had spent Friday night. He said had to attend some meetings.
"We are not alone," Zelaya told supporters through a megaphone. "We are with God. We are with the people." Read full article »
CNN's Karl Penhaul contributed to this report.