Every option is on the table as two presidents fight for legitimacy in Venezuela.
Opposition demands a full recount of votes in a presidential election held a week ago that has triggered a crisis amid claims of fraud and street protests in Honduras.
The controversial election results in Honduras threaten to derail the positive developments the country has experienced in recent years.
Television personality Salvador Nasralla, who is rival to incumbent President Hernandez, calls for a repeat of presidential elections under the supervision of an international electoral tribunal.
The government announces a curfew and suspends certain constitutional rights to allow security forces to contain unrest during the protests over a disputed election. At least three people have died.
The delayed presidential vote count sparked unrest amid opposition accusations of electoral fraud.
Opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla accuses incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez of trying to steal the country's disputed election by faking poll results.
Contrary to most recent exit poll prediction, Opposition Alliance candidate Salvador Nasralla leads the election with 45.7 percent.
Ordinary Hondurans fighting to protect their land and water are being murdered by state forces or hired assassins. A Global Witness report says more than 120 Honduran environmental activists have been killed since 2010.
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