(Worthy News) - Thousands of people marched yesterday in Nicaragua to demand that President Daniel Ortega step down. The demonstrations over proposed benefit cuts, which began three months ago, are expected to continue today.
Human rights groups say about 300 people have been killed during the protests, many by police.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio has warned that deadly clashes in Managua could lead to civil war, and worsen the immigration crisis in the U.S. [ Source: CBS News (Read More...) ]
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