Latin America

Nicaragua police under threat for criticising deadly crackdown

Rights groups say officers face danger for speaking out against violent repression of protests that have killed at least 300 people and wounded thousands of others in past five months.

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Sergio Ramirez: Ortega is facing a bloody reality check

The former Nicaraguan vice president discusses the ongoing opposition to President Daniel Ortega.

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'This is a revolution': Who are Nicaragua's student protesters?

In Nicaragua, students at the heart of the anti-government protests say they want another revolution.

'This is a revolution': Who are Nicaragua's student protesters?

Nicaragua

Las turbas: Who are Nicaragua's pro-government armed groups?

Ortega denies controlling the pro-government armed groups that rights groups accuse of working with the police.

Las turbas: Who are Nicaragua's pro-government armed groups?

Nicaragua

Pro-Ortega forces take Nicaragua opposition stronghold

Police and government-backed paramilitaries seize opposition stronghold amid international condemnation of violence.

Nicaragua: Pro-Ortega forces take opposition stronghold Monimbo

Latin America

Nicaragua unrest: What you should know

At least 280 people have died during a government crackdown on students, calling for the president's resignation.

Latin America

Nicaragua's Ortega rules out elections as violence continues

Rights groups say raid by pro-government groups left at least 14 dead as more than two months of protests continue.

Nicaragua's Ortega rules out elections as violence continues

Latin America

Nicaragua's Ortega and civic groups agree to halt deadly violence

Talks to end weeks of violence set to continue on Saturday after nearly two months of protests have left 170 dead.

Nicaragua's Ortega and civic groups agree to halt deadly violence

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Nicaragua to allow inquiry into protest deaths

President Ortega accepts conditions of the country's bishops to initiate dialogue after protests leave dozens dead.

Nicaragua: Ortega to allow inquiry into protest deaths