Honduras roiled by claims of fraud in presidential vote

University students, supporters of Honduran presidential candidate for the leftist Libertad y Refundacion (LIBRE), Xiomara Castro, confront the police as they protest in Tegucigalpa, on November 26, 2013Opposition charges of fraud roiled Honduras Wednesday as the official count in the country's presidential elections showed a clear victory for conservative Juan Orlando Hernandez over leftist candidate Xiomara Castro. The electoral tribunal has said Hernandez won, scoring 34 percent compared to the 29 percent of his rival, with 68 percent of polling stations tallied. Castro and her husband, deposed ex-president Manuel Zelaya, allege that the Supreme Electoral Tribunal manipulated 19 percent of the votes to favor Hernandez.

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