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Honduran opposition rejects president's lead in last tally
The final vote count in Honduras' presidential election has left the incumbent with a narrow lead, while the main opposition candidate is calling the tally a fraud and urging the armed forces to take control "to ensure the votes of people are respected."
Government restarts vote count in Honduras despite protests
Honduran electoral authorities have restarted the long-delayed count of ballots from last weekend's presidential election amid protests by supporters of opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla, who is calling for a re-do of the vote
Opposition calls for re-run of disputed Honduras vote
The main opposition candidate is calling for Honduras' disputed presidential election to be held again after the country erupted in deadly protests over the delayed vote count and the government imposed a dawn-to-dusk curfew
Amid disturbances, Honduras to hand-count final votes
Honduras' electoral court says it has finished counting nearly 95 percent of the vote boxes from last Sunday's presidential election and will begin a hand count of 1,031 other boxes that presented "inconsistencies."
Protests grow as vote count in Honduras drags on
Protests are growing in Honduras as incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez has emerged with a growing lead for re-election
Honduras president edges into lead, vote count delayed again
Honduran officials have again delayed the announcement of final returns from Sunday's presidential election, while the main opposition candidate vows not to recognize the official count after the latest partial returns give the incumbent a razor-thin lead
3 days after election, 2 men declare themselves Honduran president amid rising tensions
Tension is rising in Honduras as the country still has no president-elect more than three days after voters went to the polls . Both major candidates have declared themselves the country's next leader. International electoral observers have urged the country's vote-counting body to be more
Challenger holds surprise lead in Honduras presidential vote
The main challenger to Honduras' president holds an unexpected lead in early election returns, but the release of updated results has essentially ground to a halt and both sides are claiming victory while rallying supporters to the streets
Honduran President Fears Coup, Four Supreme Court Judges Fired
The Honduran Congress approved a measure to immediately dismiss four of the country's Supreme Court judges, with a 91-37 vote that occurred at 4 a.m. on Wednesday. The vote was inspired by members of the country's conservative National Party and is being called an illegal "technical coup" by local
Truth for Justice: Investigating the Honduras Coup
ABC News' Eliza Larson reports: Members of Honduras’ Truth Commission were in Washington yesterday to provide details into their investigations of the 2009 coup and press the US government for further information. The motto of the organization is “sin verdad,...