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    Nicaragua Denies Entry to New York Times Journalist Amid Escalating Crisis

    The refusal to admit the reporter comes amid a nationwide crackdown on journalists, opposition politicians and civil society groups.

    In Nicaragua, Repression Deepens as More Opposition Leaders Are Detained

    With a stunning wave of arrests of political opponents and civil society leaders, President Daniel Ortega will practically be unopposed in November elections.

    En Nicaragua se profundiza la represión y la democracia peligra

    Durante la presidencia de Daniel Ortega, el país está a un paso de convertirse en un Estado de partido único. Las acusaciones de lavado de dinero contra su principal rival agudizan las preocupaciones.

    Nicaragua’s Democracy Hangs by Thread as Crackdown Deepens

    The president, Daniel Ortega, has brought his country a step away from becoming a one-party state. His main rival, the daughter of a former president, was arrested on money-laundering charges.

    Nicaragua’s Ruling Sandinistas Fall Victim to Covid-19, Highlighting the Disease’s Spread

    The haphazard, politicized response to the pandemic by the country’s leaders has put the government’s own officials and supporters at particular risk.
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