Nicaragua resumes talks over political crisis after long delay

Negotiations between the government and the opposition stalled last year over a violent crackdown on protests demanding the resignation of President Daniel Ortega.

    Talks to resolve Nicaragua's political crisis have resumed in the capital Managua.

    Negotiations between the government and the opposition stalled last year over a violent crackdown on protests demanding the resignation of President Daniel Ortega.

    Dozens of protesters arrested during the unrest were released before Wednesday's meeting.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports.


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