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Protests continue after Honduran president re-elected

An opposition supporter stands in front of a burning barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter stands in front of a burning barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter stands in front of a burning barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera
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Military police shield themselves during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Military police shield themselves during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa,...more

Military police shield themselves during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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An opposition supporter throws a tear-gas canister back towards police during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter throws a tear-gas canister back towards police during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in...more

An opposition supporter throws a tear-gas canister back towards police during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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An opposition supporter gestures at a barricade during a protest after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter gestures at a barricade during a protest after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras...more

An opposition supporter gestures at a barricade during a protest after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A police officer fires tear gas towards opposition supporters during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A police officer fires tear gas towards opposition supporters during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa,...more

A police officer fires tear gas towards opposition supporters during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A woman overcome by tear gas covers her mouth while passing police officers during clashes between police and opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A woman overcome by tear gas covers her mouth while passing police officers during clashes between police and opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando...more

A woman overcome by tear gas covers her mouth while passing police officers during clashes between police and opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Pedestrians overcome by tear gas are seen during clashes between opposition supporters and police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Pedestrians overcome by tear gas are seen during clashes between opposition supporters and police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed...more

Pedestrians overcome by tear gas are seen during clashes between opposition supporters and police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Police officers shield themselves during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Police officers shield themselves during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa,...more

Police officers shield themselves during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A family overcome by tear gas move away from clashes between opposition supporters and police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A family overcome by tear gas move away from clashes between opposition supporters and police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in...more

A family overcome by tear gas move away from clashes between opposition supporters and police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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An opposition supporter carries rocks during a protest after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter carries rocks during a protest after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18,...more

An opposition supporter carries rocks during a protest after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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An opposition supporter walks amid smoke during clashes with police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter walks amid smoke during clashes with police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras...more

An opposition supporter walks amid smoke during clashes with police after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Military police shield themselves from rocks as they remove a barricade during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Military police shield themselves from rocks as they remove a barricade during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply...more

Military police shield themselves from rocks as they remove a barricade during clashes with opposition supporters after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Police prepare to fire tear gas toward opposition supporters during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Police prepare to fire tear gas toward opposition supporters during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa,...more

Police prepare to fire tear gas toward opposition supporters during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Opposition supporters run away from police during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Opposition supporters run away from police during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18,...more

Opposition supporters run away from police during clashes after the Organization of American States rejected a declaration of victory for Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez in a sharply disputed election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A military police removes a burning tire from a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a bitterly contested presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A military police removes a burning tire from a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a bitterly contested...more

A military police removes a burning tire from a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a bitterly contested presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Military policemen remove rocks from a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Military policemen remove rocks from a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in...more

Military policemen remove rocks from a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Military policemen gather as they remove a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Military policemen gather as they remove a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in...more

Military policemen gather as they remove a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Military policemen walk along a street after removing a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Military policemen walk along a street after removing a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential...more

Military policemen walk along a street after removing a barricade settled by opposition supporters during a protest, after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A man waves a flag during a opposition supporters' protest after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A man waves a flag during a opposition supporters' protest after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017....more

A man waves a flag during a opposition supporters' protest after the country's electoral tribunal declared conservative President Juan Orlando Hernandez the official winner of a presidential vote, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, December 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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An opposition supporter burns a barricade to block a road, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter burns a barricade to block a road, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter burns a barricade to block a road, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera
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Opposition supporters strand on a barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

Opposition supporters strand on a barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

Opposition supporters strand on a barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera
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Opposition supporters block a road with a barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

Opposition supporters block a road with a barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

Opposition supporters block a road with a barricade, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera
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An opposition supporter burns a barricade to block a road, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter burns a barricade to block a road, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera

An opposition supporter burns a barricade to block a road, during a protest over the disputed presidential election in Tegucigalpa, Honduras December 17, 2017. REUTERS/ Jorge Cabrera
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