Estelí: Clashes registered from early morning

Map. History of Nicaragua conflict

18 August 2018
Estelí: Clashes registered from early morning
The death toll rises to 309 during the clashes in Nicaragua
The bullets used in clashes in La Trinidad
At least six demonstrators shot and wounded in Nicaragua capital
The Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights says seven people were killed in the capital Managua while another was killed in Masaya, bringing the total death toll to more than 200 since the start of anti-government protests that erupted two months ago
Rights groups estimate that up to 215 people have died in the ongoing violence in Nicaragua
Nicaraguan opposition bastion Masaya under attack from pro-government forces, according to NGO
Nicaragua: Another footage where we can see protesters using 2 self made 'El Niño' rocket launchers.
Reports of live shots in ​​San Jerónimo of Masaya
People in Ticuantepe goes out with pots to face government paramilitaries and riot police.
Attack in Masaya. Church bells start ringing in Masaya. Anti-riot and paramilitary mobs in the Coyotepe sector attacking. There are about 600 armed men.
Women in Ticuantepe go out to sound cazuelas in a roundabout where there is a dam. Heavily armed paramilitaries watch them.
Paramilitary attack in Masaya
Many Nicaraguans are hoping for a breakthrough in talks to end political violence that might lead to an end to the country's economic crisis
Nicaragua: Nicaraguan police are storming el Edén barrio in Managua which has become a stronghold of the anti-Ortega protests.
Nicaragua: the city of Masaya continues to look like a war zone. Protesters have put up barricades all over the city and started firing improvised weaponry at the police and Sardinista vigilantes.
Nicaragua: A little scheme to understand how "El Niño" works.
Nicaragua: Protesters in Nicaragua created an handmade rocket launcher: "El Niño" can kill people but, generally, protesters use it only to prevent police's advance.
Attacks on Barricades started in Masaya a few minutes ago
Report Two people injured in Jinotega
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