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A man holds a sign that reads in Spanish "Hurray for those who fight" as he sits in front of a street blocked by a burning barricade, during a protest to demand the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A demonstrator blocks a street during a protest demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A man returns tear gas to police during a protest demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Thousands of Hondurans are demanding the resignation of Hernandez.

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Police stand behind their shield as demonstrators throw rocks at them during a protest against the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Protesters are demanding the government revoke decrees that they say would lead to massive, uncompensated layoffs of public employees and the privatization of state hospitals.

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A Honduran soldier with an extinguisher attempts to put out a fire outside the main entrance into the U.S. Embassy during a protest against the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Masked protesters appeared to start the fire unimpeded before the soldiers moved in with the fire extinguishers. It occurred a day after the U.S. embassy urged protesters to avoid violence.

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Authorities burn seized cocaine, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The Honduran military police burned 3282.68 pounds of cocaine collected from three anti-drug operations in 2017-2018 in distinct locations across the country in an ongoing effort against the drug trade.

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A police officer throws a tear gas at grenade at demonstrators during a protest against the government of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez, outside the campus of the National Autonomous University in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Hernandez was re-elected in a result marred by irregularities and denounced by his opponents as unconstitutional.

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A masked demonstrator holds a Honduran flag during a protest against the government of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on the anniversary of Hernandez's reelection.

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A masked demonstrator adds wood to a burning roadblock during a protest against the government of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on the anniversary of Hernandez's reelection. Hernandez was re-elected in a result marred by irregularities and denounced by his opponents as unconstitutional.

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U.S.-bound migrants walk along the roadside as they leave San Pedro Sula, Honduras, at dawn. Yet another caravan of Central American migrants set out overnight from Honduras, seeking to reach the U.S. border, following the same route as thousands on at least three caravans last year.

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A plane with only one wheel down makes an emergency landing at the Toncontin airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Firefighters said the pilot and four passengers were not injured.

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A demonstrator burns tires at a barricade during a protest outside the campus of the National Autonomous University in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A demonstrator throws stones at the police during a protest at the campus of the National Autonomous University in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. University students and the opposition supporters clashed with the police one year after the reelection of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

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Riot police clash with demonstrators during a protest against the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A demonstrator crouches in a cloud of teargas during a protest against the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A demonstrator kicks a tire into a burning barricade during a protest against the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Members of the opposition and university students clashed with the police during the night leaving several wounded, included a television journalist who was shot in the arm.

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Masked men smash the windows of a public bus as university students protest an increase in public transport fares and call for a drop in the price of gasoline in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Rock-wielding protestors wear Guy Fawkes masks as university students clash with police while protesting an increase in public transport fares and call for a drop in the price of gasoline in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Tear gas explodes around a protestor as university students clash with police while protesting an increase in public transport fares and call for a drop in the price of gasoline in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Protestors run amidst tear gas as university students clash with security forces during protests against an expected increase in the price of public transport and gasoline, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Public transport prices are expected to rise Aug. 1.

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A protestor holds a sign with a message that reads in Spanish: "Honduras is in the hands of the corrupt and the criminal. We will fight and rescue it, out with JOH" during a protest in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Members of the Opposition Alliance Against the Dictatorship marched the streets in protest of Juan Orlando Hernandez' government and were forcibly removed by military and police.

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A white Gulfstream jet that appears broken in half near the center, lies engulfed in foam sprayed by firefighters, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The private jet crashed off the end of the runway at Tegucigalpa's airport, but the crew and passengers were rescued and reportedly out of danger, according to Honduras emergency management agency.

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Members of the opposition to the administration of President Juan Orlando Hernandez march to protest the recent decision by the U.S. government to end temporary protected status, or TPS, for tens of thousands of Hondurans who have resided in the United States for nearly two decades, on the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A police returns a tear gas grenade after it was thrown back by a protester when clashes erupted between police and anti-government protesters during the annual May Day march, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Riot police attempt to put out fires caused by Molotov cocktails thrown by protesters during clashes between police and anti-government protesters at the annual May Day march, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A masked woman holds a machete bearing a handwritten message that reads in Spanish: "Get out JOH" during a protest against Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A supporters of opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla shatters a window during clashes with military police near presidential house in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Following a disputed election marred by irregularities, incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez was declared the victor and will be inaugurated on Jan. 27. The opposition does not recognize Hernandez's victory and is protesting against the result.

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Former Hondura's President Jose Manuel Zelaya is pulled away to safety after the military police threw tear gas during protest near the presidential house in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Following a disputed election marred by irregularities, incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez was declared the victor and will be inaugurated on Jan. 27. Zelaya and the opposition party candidate do not recognize Hernandez's victory and are protesting against the result.

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An anti-government protestors blocks a road, on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The Trump administration recognized the results of Honduras' disputed presidential election despite opposition complaints, irregularities found by poll observers and calls from Congress to back a new vote.

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Anti-government demonstrators help a woman in a wheelchair get past a burning barricade they erected to block the road to Valle de los Angeles, on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Anti-government protestors block the road to Valle de los Angeles, on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Eight Latin American governments applauded Honduras' willingness to recount disputed votes in the presidential elections, but questions remain about how thorough that recount will be.

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People sign Honduras' national anthem in support of police who maintained a 24-hour strike in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Police returned to duty after briefly refusing to enforce a curfew aimed at quelling protests over the slow vote count for Honduras' Nov. 26 presidential election.

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Anti-government protestors shout slogans during a government imposed dawn-to-dusk curfew in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. 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.

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Anti-government protestors gather around barricades in protest during a government imposed dawn-to-dusk curfew in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Opposition leaders have called for a mass march against the purported election fraud on Sunday and for the presidential election to be held again after the country erupted in deadly protests over the delayed vote count.

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Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla march in protest for what they call electoral fraud in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla, who is calling for a re-do of the election, seeks to supporters during a protest near the institute where election ballots are stored in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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A supporter of presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla holds up a political party flag at a burning roadblock set up by demonstrators protesting what they call electoral fraud in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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People cross a burning barricade erected by supporters of presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla protesting the officials results that have trickled out giving incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez a growing lead, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Supporters of presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla rest next to their roadblock as they protest what they call electoral fraud in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Supporters of Libre Alliance presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla throw rocks at riot police near the National Institute of Professional Training, where election ballots are stored, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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Supporters of Libre Alliance presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla chant anti-government slogans in a barricade near the National Institute of Professional Training, where election ballots are stored, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Protests were growing in Honduras as incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez emerged with a growing lead for re-election following a reported computer glitch that shut down vote counting for several hours.

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