CENTRAL AMERICA: Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, second from right, campaigning for office in 2013, has admitted that he received financing from businesspeople linked to a huge graft and embezzlement scandal.
CENTRAL AMERICA: Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, second from right, campaigning for office in 2013, has admitted that he received financing from businesspeople linked to a huge graft and embezzlement scandal. Moises Castillo AP
CENTRAL AMERICA: Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, second from right, campaigning for office in 2013, has admitted that he received financing from businesspeople linked to a huge graft and embezzlement scandal. Moises Castillo AP

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