Day 115

UN Human Rights condemns the disproportionate use of force in the arbitrary detention of citizen Osvaldo Canizales in Jinotepe, Carazo.

Government of Costa Rica assures that in the last three months more than a thousand Nicaraguans have been rejected to enter its territory.

OAS announces the name of the 12 countries that make up the Working Group of the Permanent Council for Nicaragua.

The Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, speaks with Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State of the Holy See, about the mutual concern over the persistent political crisis in Nicaragua.

At least 40 cities from more than 10 countries of the world join in the Second Global Vigil for Nicaragua to request the release of political prisoners.

José Adán Aguerri, president of Cosep and member of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy affirms that it is difficult to get a way out of the economic crisis if there is no political will of the Government.

Epsy Campbell, First Vice President and Chancellor of the Republic of Costa Rica emphasizes that the Nicaraguan crisis can not be sustained only by Costa Rica.

The Ministry of Education (Mined) dismisses teachers who supported protests in Estelí.

National Police released the citizen Osvaldo Canizales in Jinotepe, Carazo and apologize for the mistake made.

University students of the UNAN León arrive at their 13th day of civil disobedience and maintain stand ups and marches.

At least 15 prosecutors have resigned between June and July 2018 for not agreeing with the accusations against protesters.

Supporters of the ruling party besiege self-convoked marathon runner Alex Vanegas, who runs to demand justice for the 448 murdered during the protests in Nicaragua.

26 urological cancer patients affected with the dismissal of a specialist at the Lenín Fonseca Hospital in Managua.

Government of Nicaragua injects 4,397 million Cordobas to the INSS to stop the «liquidity deficit» of that entity.

National Police informs that Darwin Ezequiel Rostrán Polanco, accused of murdering three policemen in Sislao Paraska, Comarca Pueblo Nuevo, Mulukukú died in a confrontation with police authorities.

The Costa Rican Ministry of Labor, together with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), launched the «Integrate to Employment» program to help Nicaraguans in that country.

Paramilitary groups kidnap three UNAN-Managua students who were in a safe house.

Gabriela Morales López who was entrenched in the UNAN Managua denounces that she was kidnapped and tortured by paramilitary groups.

Parishioners perform viacrucis in Camoapa, Boaco in support of the Bishops and the Catholic Church.

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