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U.S. appears to soften support for Honduras's Zelaya

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Honduras's ousted President Manuel Zelaya (C) walks out with Mexico City's Mayor Marcelo Ebrard (R) after a visit at the mayor's office in Mexico City August 5, 2009. Zelaya is on a two-day official visit in Mexico. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

Honduras's ousted President Manuel Zelaya (C) walks out with Mexico City's Mayor Marcelo Ebrard (R) after a visit at the mayor's office in Mexico City August 5, 2009. Zelaya is on a two-day official visit in Mexico. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya walks with Mexico City's Mayor Marcelo Ebrard (not pictured) after a visit at the mayor's office in Mexico City August 5, 2009. Zelaya is on a two-day official visit in Mexico. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya walks with Mexico City's Mayor Marcelo Ebrard (not pictured) after a visit at the mayor's office in Mexico City August 5, 2009. Zelaya is on a two-day official visit in Mexico. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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