Honduras 'anti-terror' law faces opposition

Rights groups have raised concerns over a controversial new law in Honduras, which reclassifies many crimes as 'terrorism', including anti-government protests. The opposition says the law is draconian and politically motivated.

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    Tegucigalpa - Rights groups have raised concerns over a controversial new law in Honduras, which reclassifies many crimes as "terrorism", including anti-government protests.

    The opposition says the law is draconian and politically motivated.


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