This 17 January 2018 video is called Honduran opposition alliance calls for nationwide protests.
A local NGO said a 60-year-old man died and another person was wounded when military police opened fire on protesters blocking a road in the town of Saba, 210 km (130 miles) northeast of the capital, Tegucigalpa. …
Critics have expressed their concern over the electoral tribunal that counted the ballots.
It was appointed by Congress which is controlled by Mr Hernandez’s party.
Initially, the vote tally had clearly favoured [left-wing opposition candidate] Mr Nasralla but it swung in favour of the incumbent after a 36-hour delay.
Protests have been a regular occurrence since the election result and human rights group Amnesty International has said so far 14 people have died in the clashes.