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Day 114

UN experts say they are dismayed as human rights defenders, journalists and other dissenting voices are being criminalized and accused of unfounded charges in the…
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9 August, 2018
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Day 113

Human Rights Watch denounces arbitrary dismissals of health workers for participating in marches against the Government of Nicaragua.
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8 August, 2018
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Day 112

Pope Francis did not receive the chancellor Denis Moncada in The Vatican as requested by the Daniel Ortega government. Diplomatic sources confirm that he was…
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7 August, 2018
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Day 111

Arturo Cruz, former Nicaraguan ambassador in Washington, assures that the government of President Daniel Ortega is worn out and that since June 2016 relations between…
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6 August, 2018
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Day 110

Groups of paramilitaries besiege and persecute ex-military and ex-policemen who have refused to be part of the government's shock forces.
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5 August, 2018
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Day 109

Self-convocated citizens march in Managua on support the dismissed doctors because of treating the wounded in paramilitary and police attacks.
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4 August, 2018
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Day 108

Catholic Church of Costa Rica asks their country government to implement a special migratory strategy that responds to the consequences of the sociopolitical crisis in…
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3 August, 2018
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Day 107

The Guatemalan Congress approved a resolution point in which it rejects violence and repression in Nicaragua and urges all parties to resume the National Dialogue.
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2 August, 2018
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Day 106

The Chamber of Commerce and Services of Nicaragua (CCSN) reports more than US $ 1 billion in losses, mainly in the area of services.
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1 August, 2018