In a photo taken by Honduran human rights observer César Fuentes on Dec. 1, 2017, a member of the Honduran military police is seen firing a M4 rifle at two young men fleeing, after officers broke up an anti-government protest in the center of Tegucigalpa. Fuentes said bullets were flying everywhere, and he checked himself for bullet wounds after taking the photo.
In a photo taken by Honduran human rights observer César Fuentes on Dec. 1, 2017, a member of the Honduran military police is seen firing a M4 rifle at two young men fleeing, after officers broke up an anti-government protest in the center of Tegucigalpa. Fuentes said bullets were flying everywhere, and he checked himself for bullet wounds after taking the photo. Courtesy César Fuentes
In a photo taken by Honduran human rights observer César Fuentes on Dec. 1, 2017, a member of the Honduran military police is seen firing a M4 rifle at two young men fleeing, after officers broke up an anti-government protest in the center of Tegucigalpa. Fuentes said bullets were flying everywhere, and he checked himself for bullet wounds after taking the photo. Courtesy César Fuentes