TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) _ The interim government of Honduras
is defying world pressure and says it won't restore ousted
President Manuel Zelaya.
The head of the Organization of American States -- Jose Miguel Insulza -- who traveled to the Honduran capital, says he found no
willingness to put Zelaya back in office.
The OAS continues to recognize Zelaya, who was ousted Sunday in a coup, as the president. The regional organization will decide at a meeting Saturday whether to suspend Honduras