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Your pictures: Honduras crisis

Photo: Claudia Sevilla. Supporters of the new government demonstrate in front of the UN offices

BBC News website readers have been sending us pictures of the current political crisis in Honduras after the ousting of President Manuel Zelaya. Photo: Claudia Sevilla.

Photo: Claudia Sevilla

President Zelaya was ousted and forced out of Honduras at gunpoint on 28 June. These people support him. Photo: Claudia Sevilla.

Photo: Claudia Sevilla

His opponents accuse him of wanting to change the Constitution to stay in power. This sign calls the ousted president a "traitor." Photo: Claudia Sevilla.

Photo: Daniel Mendoza

Since his ousting, there have been protests against and in favour of Mr Zelaya. These protesters support him and reject the new government. Photo: Daniel Mendoza.

Photo: Daniel Mendoza

Daniel Mendoza also sent a picture of a march against the ousted president. The sign says "We don't want to become another Venezuela." President Hugo Chavez is an ally of Mr Zelaya.

Photo: Benjamin Katz

Benjamin Katz captured these Zelaya supporters as they marched through Tegucigalpa, the capital.

Photo: Alex Ulloa

Alex Ulloa Bonilla sent us this picture of a protest against Mr Zelaya in San Pedro Sula. You can send your picture to Terms and conditions on the right.

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