Aftermath of the Honduran general election, 2017
The government of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernndez, who is seeking re-election, imposes a ten-day curfew after allegations of electoral fraud and calls for an election recount resulted in violent protests across the country.
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Voters in Honduras go to the polls to elect a president for the country, with current President Juan Orlando Hernndez running for a second term, marking the first time a sitting president sought reelection. 2017-11-26 (Context: Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernndez)
Mexican federal police and migration agents find 136 migrants in a locked truck abandoned near a freeway in Veracruz. Without water or food, the people from the countries of Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua, including dozens of minors, were "en route" to the United States. 2018-03-30 (Context: Honduras)
South Korea signs free trade agreements with the Central American countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama to eliminate duties on about 95% of traded goods and services. 2018-02-21 (Context: Honduras)
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake strikes north of Honduras, resulting in tsunami warnings in the Caribbean. 2018-01-9 (Context: Honduras)
After several days of violent protests due to allegations of electoral fraud, Honduran police have announced that they will not enforce a government-mandated curfew. 2017-12-5 (Context: Aftermath of the Honduran general election, 2017)