Honduras: protests against President Hernandez continue

There's tight security presence in Honduras as protests continue ahead of the inauguration of re-elected President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

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    There's tight security presence in Honduras as protests continue ahead of the inauguration of re-elected President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

    The opposition has called for a general strike.

    It says the vote-count after November's presidential election was not conducted properly.

    Since then, more than 35 people have been killed in scuffles with police.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Tegucigalpa, Honduras.


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