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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (CNN) -- Honduran troops used tear gas and fired shots into the air to hold back protesters at Tegucigalpa's airport Sunday evening ahead of an attempted return by deposed President Jose Manuel Zelaya, injuring at least one person, protest organizers said.
1 of 3 Soldiers lined barricades surrounding the airport in expectation of confrontations between Zelaya and his supporters and the provisional government that has vowed to keep him from coming back from a weeklong exile.
The leftist Zelaya was ousted in a military-led coup on the same day he planned to follow through with a referendum that the courts and the congress had ruled illegal and that the military said it would not support. The Honduran Congress voted to strip Zelaya of his powers and named Micheletti as provisional president.
Originally posted by whoshotJR
reply to post by tothetenthpower
"1 of 3 Soldiers lined barricades"
so it's saying they had 1 person lining a barricade out of the 3 soldiers that held back the "mob" ?