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Mark de Jong Apr 18
One year ago the protests in Nicaragua started. Since then at least 325 people have been killed and thousands got injured. Stand with these brave people fighting peacefully for the rights of the people. They shouldn’t be repressed. ,
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Toby St Hill Apr 16
A year since protests broke out in Nicaragua, Ortega's strategy of lethal repression has devastated the economy,debilitated services & destroyed his govt's i'nal reputation. But how can his grip on power be challenged? My latest for
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Isabel Wagner Apr 18
The role of women in Nicaragua’s protest movement
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Carlos Varmar 10h
. 🆘 🚨More Kidnapped, More Persecution, Even in Holy Week! FRANCISCO JAVIER BONILLA, cousin of Friedrich Castillo (Political Prisoner with "House for Prison"),Kidnapped Today, by Police in Estelí for making a Blue & White Altar 🇳🇮. *Source: M19Esteli
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Seattle International Foundation 14h
In Seattle, 3 women survivors of the crisis in Nicaragua are sharing their experiences. Join us by posting your messages of solidarity to our friends in Nicaragua who have fought valiantly over the last year to reclaim their liberty and democracy
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NACLA Report Apr 18
1 year after ’s massive uprising broke out, youth activists recognize that beyond ousting , their generation must find a new way of doing politics in the country: Reporting by , photos by
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Global Fund forWomen Apr 18
"We broke our silence & raised our voices to injustice, killing & corruption...Nicaragua's people have changed, we're not the same any more." Opposition continues in Nicaragua at the one-year mark of President Ortega's violent crackdown.
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Nastassja Bolivar Apr 18
365 days. 💔🇳🇮
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Carlos Varmar 3h
. 🆘 KIDNAPPED AGAIN! Political Prisoner ("house arrest") FREDERYCH CASTILLO "Estelí" was Kidnapped by Police/8:40 pm, Today , near Upoli University. According to reports, he's in police station VII. They accuse him of carrying homemade bombs.
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Abraham 17h
Today marks the one year anniversary since the political, social, and humanitarian crisis began in Nicaragua on April 18th 2018. Pensioners and students protested the reforms to the social security system which was really the straw that broke the Camel's back
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NACLA Report 19h
In , the so-called "depoliticized generation, the sleeping generation, the generation that was not going to do anything" has awoken: reporting by , photos by
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For The World 🌎 Apr 17
Tomorrow marks the year anniversary of a day that Nicaragua will never forget. This is is the story behind the movement. We honor the victims and support the activists working for justice and change. Viva Nicaragua Libre! Full video:
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Devil's Dyke Network 1h
Thank you gaby and mafe. your creativity and resilience blew us away 💜 thank you Morada Feminista Nicaragua-uk for making this happen. thank you for giving us this space. It was a powerful night. 🌈💥
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Crying Freeman 5h
At the end of Good Friday's Via Crucis, Father Edwin Roman, beloved parish priest of Monimbo, Masaya city's most populous and iconic barrio, read the names of all Masaya residents killed during last year's anti-Ortega protests.
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#SOSNicaragua Apr 17
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Seattle International Foundation Apr 18
Today in Seattle: We will be joining , , and to commemorate the first anniversary of the fight against injustice on the streets of Nicaragua. Thursday, April 18 at 5:30pm in Thomson Hall 101, University of Washington
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Team ADNIC 8h
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Nicaragua is not giving up on this fight for justice and democracy. One year later, we stay together, stronger and convinced that Nicaragua will be FREE!
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Aracely Johnston Apr 17
Thank you so much for listening to me last night at the town hall. It was an honor to be there and finally meet you. I was impressed how you spoke to the crowd. I will forever be thankful for what you did for NICARAGUA.
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Vamos por la libertad! 17h
The Ortega regime continues the horrific assault on peasant leaders in Nicaragua. Ortega has murdered, jailed, tortured, forced to exile hundreds of peasant leaders
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DMT 15h
- Nicaraguans will continue to find ways to speak out about the human rights crisis even as the regime continues to repress. Dozens arrested during anti-government march in Nicaragua: opposition group - National |
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