Honduras

Honduran protesters call for vote recount

Thousands of people have been demonstrating on the streets of Honduras, as the country's military prepares to enforce a nationwide curfew for the third night in a row.

Latin America

Honduras awaits poll results as army enforces curfew

Government declares 10-day curfew, empowers police and military to crack down on protests against delay of poll results.

Honduras army, police crack down on election unrest

Honduras

Tensions high in Honduras as vote count drags on

Opposition's Salvador Nasralla rejects preliminary poll results as President Juan Orlando Hernandez inches ahead.

Honduras

Honduras' Nasralla rejects poll count

The main opposition candidate in the Honduras Presidential election says he will not accept the poll results and has accused the electoral court of manipulating the results, despite previously vowing to respect the count.

Honduras

Hondurans on edge as two candidates claim poll victory

Early results show opposition's Nasralla leading President Hernandez as voters remain on edge after controversial poll.

Latin America

Honduras president accused of election fraud

The election has been criticised by international observers as being slow and lacking transparency. It has also prompted allegations of fraud from the opposition candidate, who holds a narrow lead over the incumbent.

Honduras

Hondurans vote in controversial presidential election

Amid allegations of fraud, President Juan Orlando Hernandez seeks re-election despite constitutional ban.

Hondurans vote in controversial presidential election

Latin America

Honduras election: President Hernandez seeks second term

Public security, corruption, economics, and human rights are all issues as Hondurans head to the polls on Sunday.

Latin America

Honduras: Police struggle to curb gang violence

Although improvements have been made, the murder rate is still six times the global average in Honduras and residents in San Pedro Sula still live in fear.

Honduras

Honduran women press for rights ahead of election

Women's rights have 'never been talked about so much' in poverty and violence-stricken Honduras ahead of Sunday's vote.

Honduras election: Women's rights put on the agenda

Immigration

'Shocking': US ends protected status for Nicaraguans

Monday's announcement affects 2,500 Nicaraguans, but grants temporary reprieve to Hondurans who fear they will be next.

US ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans

Latin America

Murder of Berta Caceres part of coordinated plot: lawyer team

A team of lawyers has new evidence on the death of an environmental activist in Honduras.

Environment

Honduras: Activist's murder 'part of calculated plot'

New report says officials have evidence implicating business executives and state agents in environmentalist's slaying.

Murder of Berta Caceres part of calculated plot: report

Weather

Tropical cyclones plague Central America

El Salvador, Honduras, Cayman, Cuba, Bahamas and Florida - all in line for tropical storm weather.

Tropical cyclones plague Central America

US & Canada

Nate strengthens to hurricane as it nears US Gulf Coast

Louisiana and Mississippi declare local state of emergency and order some people to evacuate coastal areas.

Nate strengthens to hurricane as it nears US Gulf Coast