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  Honduras election: Army given more powers to quash unrest
  Deadly violence over disputed Honduras election result Map of Saba Honduras
Jan.20
  One protester has been killed in clashes in Honduras between riot police and demonstrators who dispute the result of November's presidential poll


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Dec.1
  Honduras has given its army and police more powers to contain unrest following violent protests over Sunday's disputed presidential election

Nov.29
  The main opposition candidate in the Honduran presidential election has said he will not accept the poll count despite earlier vowing to respect it


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Nov.27 Hernandez 'wins Honduras election'
  Electoral commission has officially declared the conservative governing party candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez winner of presidential poll


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Nov.29 Exit polls: Lobo leads
  Porfirio Lobo, of the conservative National Party of Honduras, a former president of the congress, is poised to become the next president
 Elvin Santos gained 38% of votes to Lobo's 56% in interim results. The scheduled poll was held five months after President Manuel Zelaya was forced from the country at gunpoint
  High turnout for election
  Hondurans went to the polls to elect a new president, even as the country's political crisis remained unresolved

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Nov.28 Opposition wins election
  Liberal Party candidate Mel Zelaya has won presidential election with 50.8% of the vote to 45.2% for Sosa

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Nov.26 President-elect pledges war on crime
  Ricardo Maduro, a newcomer of the Nationalist Party, won 53%, defeating Pineda of the Liberal Party, who got 44%


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