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Honduras homicides set to fall; anti-crime drive wanes: report

TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - Murders in Honduras are on track to decline in 2016 even as the government's military drive against organized crime is running out of steam, the Observatory of Violence at the National Autonomous University of Honduras said on Tuesday.
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