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Ortega Government Accepts Dialogue Call After Protests

The government of Daniel Ortega, through its spokesperson, Vice-president and First Lady, Rosario Murillo, on Friday accepted a call for dialogue by the private...

Clashes Leave At Least Seven Dead, Maybe Even Ten

At least four more people died on Friday from clashes between police and citizens, on the third day of protests in rejects of the...

The Awakening of Youth Is Stripping The Dictator!

Caption: "The awakening of youth is stripping the dictator. It's time to unite." From La Prensa

The Clash Between Students and Police (Photos)

For the second consecutive day, protests continue for INSS reforms imposed by the Government. Photos from La Prensa

Three Dead, Dozens Injured in Continued Protests

Tragedy. At least three people died last night during protests against reforms to the Nicaraguan Institute of Social Security (INSS), reported various media and...

Amnesty International: Nicaragua Authorities Must Protect People’s Right To Protest

  In response to reports that pro-government groups assaulted students and journalists and stole their equipment during a protest against social security reforms in Managua,...

Repression Increases In Nicaragua: Government Censors News, Legitimizes Violence

Hundreds of protesters clashed on Thursday in the Nicaraguan capital with anti-riot forces trying to neutralize them with tear gas and rubber bullets in...

Government Pulls Television News Off The Air In Mid of Protests

The government has unleashed an official repression against student sectors and civil society in Nicaragua, which have been protesting for three days in the...
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Protests for reforms to the INSS in Managua (Video)

Protests for INSS reforms, among supporters and opponents of the government, left injured and material damage Students from the National University of Engineering (UNI) and...

Social Security Protest March Ends in Conflict (Photos)

A protest over social security changes in Nicaragua has led to clashes between opponents of the measure and government backers. Hundreds of activists, elderly people...