Paramilitary groups kill a Brazilian woman who studied medicine at the American University (UAM) in Managua.

The American University (UAM) reports with “deep consternation the death of our medical student.”The UAM condemns these acts of violence that sink a family and our entire community in mourning.”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil condemns the tragic death of one of its citizens and condemns the excessive use of force by paramilitary groups.

The National Police of Nicaragua assures that the death of a citizen was perpetrated by a private security guard and not by paramilitary groups.

At least three dead and 25 injured after attack by paramilitary groups in the Sandino neighborhood of Jinotega.

A group of armed men assassinate two leaders of the ruling party in Waslala, Autonomous Region of the North Caribbean Coast (RACCN).

The Center for Human Rights, Citizens and Autonomous (Cedheca) asks the Government of the Netherlands to reconsider the suspension of support for the construction of Bilwi Hospital, Puerto Cabezas.

The Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights (ANPDH) reports 758 kidnappings in 48 hours.

Public Ministry accuses nine university students for terrorism and illegal possession of weapons.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cuts the forecast for economic growth in Central America this year to 3.3% due to the economic crisis in Nicaragua.

The National Police allege that they wrote of in disgrace two of its agents for stealing uniforms, a day after the CPDH reported that they resigned their position because they disagreed with the repression.

Puerto Rican Senator José Enrique Meléndez exhorted his country to ban companies from doing business with Nicaragua.

“We only shoot if necessary,” members of paramilitary groups say in an interview with the BBC.

Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States, assures that the violence sponsored by the Government of Nicaragua is undeniable and urges the government to hold early elections.

National Police illegally detains the mayor of Mulukukú, Autonomous Region of the North Caribbean Coast (RACCN).

Nicaragua’s Amateur Athlete of the Year 2017, Sayra Laguna receives death threats after dedicating her triumph to the victims of repression in Nicaragua.

Masaya National Police releases 80 detainees and chooses as mediator the mayor of the government party in that city.

Monsignor José Domingo Ulloa, Archbishop of Panama, will preside over a Wednesday prayer for Nicaragua.

The Foreign Minister of the United Kingdom, Sir Alan Duncan, shows his concern for the violence in Nicaragua and urges the authorities to allow the work of the UN and the OAS in the country.

Heather Nauert, spokeswoman for the US Department of State, joins the international community’s request to ask for early, free, fair and transparent elections.

Teachers of the American University (UAM) regret the murder of one of their students and urge the authorities of that Alma Mater to pronounce on the illegal detention of three of their students.

María José da Costa, mother of the Brazilian student murdered in Nicaragua, regrets that they interrupted her daughter’s dream.

At least 200 young people retreated to the slopes of the lagoon in Masaya after an attack by paramilitary groups on Tuesday, July 17th.

President Daniel Ortega, in an interview with the Venezuelan chanel Telesur, calls somocistas those who ask for his resignation and cataloged as “poison” the Nica Act to law promoted by US senators. Another 13 people are being prosecuted for participating in protests against the government.

Antonia Urrejola, rapporteur of the IACHR for Nicaragua, updates the list of people killed in Nicaragua.

The Honduran Council of Private Enterprise (Cohep) sympathizes with Nicaragua and calls on the authorities to resume the National Dialogue.

Combatants of Nicaragua Foundation (Fudecon) requests Enacal to install potable water service to families that illegally took property in Managua.