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Members of the Honduras' Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) count presidential votes in Tegucigalpa, on December 7, 2017. The TSE announced that only the votes from 4,753 polling stations in the November 26 elections will be manually recounted. This Central American nation has has been plunged into uncertainty punctuated with clashes since the elections pitting President Juan Orlando Hernandez against leftwing former TV presenter Salvador Nasralla, with both sides claiming victory. / AFP PHOTO / ORLANDO SIERRA

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Tribunal electoral de Honduras inicia recuento parcial de votos

Supporters of Honduran presidential candidate for the Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship coalition Salvador Nasralla, clash with security forces during protests demanding the final results of the weekend's presidential election, in Tegucigalpa, on December 1, 2017. Fresh clashes broke out Friday between riot police and opposition supporters in Honduras, as the counting of votes in a cliff-hanging presidential election rolled into a fifth day. Police said at least 12 civilians were injured, some by gunfire, after violence erupted in several parts of the country -- sparked by opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla claiming fraud and calling his supporters onto the streets. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA

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Gobierno de Honduras decreta estado de excepción en medio de crisis electoral

A car set on fire by supporters of Honduran presidential candidate for the Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship coalition Salvador Nasralla during protests demanding the final results of the weekend's presidential election, burns in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on December 1, 2017. Fresh clashes broke out Friday between riot police and opposition supporters in Honduras, as the counting of votes in a cliff-hanging presidential election rolled into a fifth day. Police said at least 12 civilians were injured, some by gunfire, after violence erupted in several parts of the country -- sparked by opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla claiming fraud and calling his supporters onto the streets. / AFP PHOTO / JORDAN PERDOMO

Internacional

Saqueos, violencia y caos inundan las calles de Honduras ante espera de resultados electorales