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Protests in Nicaragua was brutally repressed
"Protests in Nicaragua was brutally repressed"

"riot police used tear gas and widespread violence against opposition demonstrators during yesterday's protests in the Nicaraguan capital of Managua. Over a hundred demonstrators were arrested when they protested against president Daniel Ortega's rule and for the release of several hundred opposition activists who have been imprisoned for nearly a year."

"the Police have seized equipment from journalists on the spot. The arrested demonstrators were later released."

"the Unrest broke out in Nicaragua last year, when plans for a later scrapped change of the country's pension system sparked protests. The demonstrators demanded, among other things, Ortega's resignation. At least 325 people were killed as a result of harsh reprisals from the government and more than 700 were arrested, the majority of whom are still in prison."

"the Opposition in Nicaragua, accusing the 73-year-old Ortega government to be corrupt, tyrannical and incompetent. Ortega is said to control the impoverished country with an iron fist."

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