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Nicaragua cracks down on dissent, opposition politicians

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Nicaragua cracks down on dissent, opposition politicians

Nicaragua cracks down on dissent, opposition politicians

Top US diplomat for Latin America says crackdown proves President Daniel Ortega is a dictator after four opposition politicians hoping to challenge president in November election have been arrested.


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