Tegucigalpa, Jan 13 (AP) Protests against the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez have turned violent with security forces firing tear gas and some marchers breaking windows and setting fires.Also Read - Honduras in talks with US, Israel on moving embassy to Jerusalem

Video from yesterday’s protests showed former President Manuel Zelaya being shoved by military police. Zelaya and defeated presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla also suffered the effects of tear gas. Also Read - White House chief voices 'nothing but compassion' for migrants

Hernandez was awarded the electoral win weeks after the November vote and a disputed vote tally. The opposition alleged fraud and plans to continue protesting through Hernandez’s swearing in on January 27. Also Read - President Donald Trump Threatens to "Entirely Close" Southern Border With Mexico Unless Wall Demands Met

Security forces and protesters were injured during the clash. Miguel Osorio, spokesman at the University School Hospital, says 10 people were treated there.

Hernandez blamed the opposition for the violence, noting that protesters had damaged the nearby Marriott hotel. (AP) KIS

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