Honduras has given its Army and Police more Powers to contain unrest following Violent Protests over disputed Presidential Election.

Government Official EBAL Diaz said Constitutional Guarantees had been suspended and a Curfew imposed.

Earlier, the publication of Election results was delayed when the main Opposition Candidate demanded more than five thousand ballot boxes be recounted.

Violent demonstrations since the Election have left one person dead and 20 injured.

Riot Police fired tear gas at angry opposition supporters in the Capital Tegucigalpa on Friday, near the Centre where the results were due to be announced.

Elsewhere, Protesters blocked Major Roads and set Vehicles Alight.

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