Nicaragua's govt accused of 'serious' human rights violations

Nicaragua's government is being accused of human rights violations during two months of protests and crackdown.

    Nicaragua's government is being accused of human rights violations during two months of protests and crackdown.

    The regional rights watchdog's report was presented at an emergency meeting of the Organization of American States.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Nicaragua's capital, Managua.


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