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Section: General News - Honduras is going hungry as soup kitchens close and medicines are scarce after donors cut aid following a June coup that deposed President Manuel Zelaya.
The Central American country is heavily dependent on foreign donors.
Doctors and aid workers say poor Hondurans are going hungry and their sick children cannot obtain medicines as donors cut aid to the country following a June coup that deposed President Manuel Zelaya,.
Soup kitchens have closed, medicines have become scarce, foreign doctors have canceled trips to Honduras and funding for the poor to run small businesses have dried up, increasing unemployment.