The capital Port-au-Prince saw renewed protests days after the country’s presidential runoff vote was postponed indefinitely. Opposition groups criticized what they view as interference by the Organization of American States.
A senior government official has ruled out a new presidential election in Honduras, as protests broke out across the country following an official declaration that President Juan Orlando Hernandez had won re-election.
The electoral court in Honduras has declared incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez as the winner of last month's election. The opposition has claimed electoral fraud and called for renewed protests.
Much of the attention on US President Trump focuses on what he says and tweets. But in his first year in office he has already had a significant impact on key issues affecting people in the US and around the world.
A recount of votes from more than a thousand disputed ballot boxes following last week's presidential election in Honduras has ended with the incumbent still in the lead. But allegations of election fraud persist.
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