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Nicaragua releases 50 prisoners in hopes talks can resume

Firstpost Friday, 15 March 2019
MANAGUA (Reuters) - The Nicaraguan government on Friday released a second group of prisoners following demands by the opposition for more detainees to be freed before political dialogue to broker a way out of a national crisis continues. The interior ministry said 50 people - which the opposition considers political prisoners - had been released, joining 100 others let out on Feb. 27, the day talks between the government and its opponents had restarted

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