More deadly protests in Nicaragua calling on Ortega to resign

The worst political crisis in Nicaragua since the 1980s has entered its third month, as protesters continue to demand the resignation of President Daniel Ortega and constitutional reform.

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    Four police officers and a protester have reportedly been killed in more anti-government protests in Nicaragua.

    Thousands took to the streets again in several cities to demand the resignation of President Daniel Ortega.

    More than 260 people have now died since the unrest began in April.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from the capital, Managua.


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