Sunday's presidential polls seek to end a five-month political stand-off following the military coup
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Security has been stepped up around the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa ahead of Sunday's
presidential polls which seek to end a five-month political stand-off following a military coup.
Soldiers have been conducting security checks as well as distributing election materials, and ballot
Military officials say they want to ensure that the elections are free of any violence, as Al Jazeera's Lucia
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