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Honduras presidential candidate for the Partido Nacional (PN) Juan Orlando Hernandez celebrates after claiming victory in the presidential vote, citing official electoral board results in Tegucigalpa on November 24, 2013. 'I will be the next president of Honduras. And I am going to do everything it takes to bring peace back to the people,' Hernandez told roaring supporters. He said his claim was based on the electoral board's results showing him with 34.15 percent of the vote, compared to 28.45 percent for leftist Xiomara Castro, with 42 percent of polling stations reporting. AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)
Honduras presidential candidate for the Partido Nacional (PN) Juan Orlando Hernandez celebrates after claiming victory in the presidential vote, citing official electoral board results in Tegucigalpa on November 24, 2013. 'I will be the next president of Honduras. And I am going to do everything it takes to bring peace back to the people,' Hernandez told roaring supporters. He said his claim was based on the electoral board's results showing him with 34.15 percent of the vote, compared to 28.45 percent for leftist Xiomara Castro, with 42 percent of polling stations reporting. AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)

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