Located in the eastern part of Central American, Honduras is a democratic republic that has seen its fair share of unrest. In 1963, democratically-elected president Ramón Villeda Morales was overthrown by a military coup. More than 45 years later, the Honduran government was upended by another military coup, this time overthrowing democratically-elected president Manuel Zelaya. The situation in Honduras remains tense as Zelaya struggles to regain power. To have your story included in our Honduras channel, include the word "Honduras" in your tags.