Manuel Zelaya, the elected President of Honduras recently toppled in a coup, has returned to the capital of his country.
From the vantage-point of the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa, he's calling for dialogue. The Organization of American States and the United Nations are sending representatives.
Thousands of jubilant supporters are dancing outside the Embassy at this very moment, ignoring a curfew and shouting "Yes we could!" Heh.
Politics in Latin America is never dull. Stay tuned.