Honduras Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Honduran president holds lead as vote count wraps upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | The Tribune

    President Juan Orlando Hernandez held on to a lead of more than 52,000 votes in Honduras' hotly-disputed presidential race as the long-delayed count wrapped up Monday. Hernandez led by a margin of 43 percent of votes over opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla's 41.4 percent, according to the latest results published on the electoral tribunal's website.

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  2. Counting over in close and controversial poll for presidency of HondurasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | The Belfast Telegraph

    President Juan Orlando Hernandez held on to a lead of more than 52,000 votes in Honduras' hotly-disputed presidential race as the long-delayed count wrapped up. President Juan Orlando Hernandez held on to a lead of more than 52,000 votes in Honduras' hotly-disputed presidential race as the long-delayed count wrapped up.

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  3. Honduran tally favors second term for president in disputed voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Reuters

    A preliminary ballot count in Honduras' disputed presidential race pointed on Monday to a second term for incumbent Juan Orlando Hernandez, while his opponent accused the government of stealing the election and called for protests. Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernandez celebrates with supporters as he cited exit polls to declare himself winner in the presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, November 26, 2017.

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  4. Today's top pics: December's supermoon rises and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | Martinsville Bulletin

    ... protestors gather around barricades in protest during a government imposed dawn-to-dusk curfew in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017. Opposition leaders have called for a mass march against the purported election fraud on Sunday and for the ...

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  5. Editors Choice PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Reuters

    ... a protest caused by the delayed vote count for the presidential election at Villanueva neighborhood in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido A supporter of presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla holds a Molotov cocktail during a protest ...

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  6. Hitler and Trump admirer wants to rule HondurasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | NEWS.com.au

    ... Nasralla marched with his supporters in Tegucigalpa on December 3 "against fraud and for peace and justice in Honduras," according to these Facebook posts. Nasralla campaigned against President Juan Orlando Hernandez on an anti-corruption platform ...

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  7. .com | Hondurans protest 'fraud' as vote count rolls onRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | News24

    Opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla, who is calling for a re-do of the election, bangs two pan lids as he greets supporters during a protest near the institute where election ballots are stored in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Tegucigalpa - Thousands of Hondurans took to the streets in protest against "electoral fraud" on Sunday, as vote counting resumed a week after President Juan Orlando Hernandez and opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla went head to head in the polls.

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  8. Honduras election redo urgedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | NWAonline

    ... asked them to repeat the elections, but only those for the presidency, with the aim of resolving the crisis that Honduras is suffering," Nasralla said Saturday. He said a new election "would be under the supervision of an international electoral ...

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  9. Honduran vote count tilts toward incumbent despite protests over suspected fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | The Indian Express

    Soldiers walk towards the institute where election ballots are stored, to reinforce security forces clashing with protesters in Tegucigalpa. Electoral authorities in Honduras seemed poised to hand the president a second term on Monday even after tens of thousands took to the streets in the biggest protests yet over suspected vote count fraud since last week's disputed election.

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  10. In Pics: Honduras protests government 'stealing' electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | DNA India

    A supporter of Salvador Nasralla, presidential candidate for the Opposition Alliance Against the Dictatorship, puts a balloon on the shield of a soldier in a protest while the country is still mired in chaos over a contested presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 3, 2017 - Reuters A barricade is seen along the street as supporters of Salvador Nasralla, presidential candidate for the Opposition Alliance Against the Dictatorship take part in a protest while the country is still mired in chaos over a contested presidential election in Tegucigalpa - Reuters Supporters of Salvador Nasralla, presidential candidate for the Opposition Alliance Against the Dictatorship, sing the national anthem during a curfew while the country is still mired in chaos over a contested presidential election in Tegucigalpa - Reuters People play with a ball next to barricades along a street as they ... (more)

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  11. The crisis in Honduras should matter to the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | The Washington Post

    ... pic.twitter.com/tdtKLdDL4x While the U.S. response to the situation has been rather muted, the dispute in Honduras ought to echo in Washington . The Honduran government gets millions of dollars in U.S. aid each year, and its elite police units have ...

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  12. Honduran candidate calls on army to rebel amid disputed vote countRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 3 | UnionLeader.com

    ... during a curfew while the country is still mired in chaos over a contested presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Sunday. TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - A Honduran TV star turned opposition candidate called on Sunday on the country's military ...

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  13. Worried that their election is being stolen, Hondurans take to the streets in drovesRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 3 | The Gazette

    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Thousands of opposition backers waving banners and shouting anti-government ballads marched through the streets of the Honduran capital Sunday in a boisterous but peaceful repudiation of the administration of President Juan Orlando Hernandez. The mostly young demonstrators repeated the president's initials, JOH, in a rhythmic chant - "Fuera JOH," meaning "Out with JOH" - demanding that the president concede defeat in his re-election bid in the Nov. 26 vote.

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  14. Thousands of Hondurans protest after election debacleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | South China Morning Post

    Tens of thousands took to the streets across Honduras on Sunday, demanding a new president and an end to a week-long election debacle which has plunged the volatile country into its worst political crisis since a coup in 2009. "Out with JOH" was the unifying chant, sung by protesters who accuse Juan Orlando Hernandez of meddling with the vote count in order to deny victory to the opposition Alliance leader, Salvador Nasralla.

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  15. Huge Protests in Honduras as Contested Vote Crisis EscalatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | The New York Times

    Hondurans marched in protest Sunday, demanding an impartial count of the results of last week's presidential election and chanting their opposition to President Juan Orlando HernA ndez's bid for a second term. Huge demonstrations in the capital, Tegucigalpa, and the country's industrial hub, San Pedro Sula, snaked through the streets with an almost festive air as marchers waved the red flags of the main opposition party, which has denounced what it calls fraud in the vote tally.

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  16. Honduras begins vote recount in unresolved electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | GantDaily.com

    Honduras' electoral commission announced a recount of some votes cast in last week's unresolved election, which prompted days of unrest and forced the government to impose a nightly curfew in an attempt to control protests. On Sunday, the electoral commission said it would recount ballots that showed irregularities.

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  17. Honduran army enforces curfew after vote count stallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | Daily Times

    TEGUCIGALPA: Honduran security forces fanned out on Saturday to enforce a curfew as sporadic demonstrations continued over a contested presidential election that triggered violent protests that have killed at least three people. Hundreds have been arrested after the tally from last Sunday's presidential race stalled without a clear winner.

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  18. Monday December 4, Our World in PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 2 | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    ... destroyed, 18 others were damaged and at least 20 people were displaced. The city is under a state of emergency. HONDURAS - Resting at Roadblock: Supporters of presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla rest next to their roadblock as they protest ...

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  19. Hondurans pour into streets to protest alleged fraud in presidential voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Thousands of Hondurans marched on Sunday to back a TV star who says the government is trying to steal last week's disputed presidential election, which has sparked deadly protests and a military enforced curfew. Soldiers guard the tribunal storage facility where the election ballots are located, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 3, 2017.

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  20. Activists, opposition denounce Honduras post-election curfewRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | UPI

    Human rights activists and opposition groups spoke out against a nightly curfew following violence in response to the Honduras' contested presidential election. The government imposed a 10-day curfew prohibiting anyone except cargo transport workers, emergency health workers, government workers, and people involved with the election and electoral parties from being outside between 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. amid protests over the unsettled election.

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