Honduras set for first female president as ruling party concedes election defeat

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#Honduras’ conservative ruling party candidate conceded defeat in the presidential #election late on Tuesday, paving the way for his leftist rival Xiomara Castro to become the first female leader of the struggling Central American country.

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