Hondurans voted to choose a new president on Sunday in an election that lays bare the fragility of the Central American country's democracy eight years after it suffered a military coup. The election is unprecedented, marking the first time a Honduran president seeks re-election. Since the coup, indigenous people, peasant farmers, LGBT people, lawyers, human rights defenders and other social leaders have suffered widespread abuses, including targeted attacks. The country is also one of the most dangerous in the Americas for journalists, with 28 journalists murdered between 2010 and 2015, according to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
November 27 / Al Jazeera