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Supporters of the Libertad y Refundacion Party (LIBRE) presidential candidate Xiomara Castro, protest the day after general elections in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on November 25, 2013. Political tension loomed over violence-torn Honduras on Monday as the conservative candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez led the early count in presidential elections while his leftist opponents claimed fraud. Hernandez declared himself the winner with 34 percent of the vote, after 54 percent of ballots were counted.
Supporters of the Libertad y Refundacion Party (LIBRE) presidential candidate Xiomara Castro, protest the day after general elections in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on November 25, 2013. Political tension loomed over violence-torn Honduras on Monday as the conservative candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez led the early count in presidential elections while his leftist opponents claimed fraud. Hernandez declared himself the winner with 34 percent of the vote, after 54 percent of ballots were counted.

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