Nicaragua: anger and fear mount as president stays missing for a month amid coronavirus pandemic

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Daniel Ortega was last seen on 12 March, and his absence has sparked worry and confusion as Central America battles coronavirus pandemic He was one of the key leaders of Nicaragua’s revolutionary Sandinista movement that drove the dictatorial Somoza clan from power. But in the battle against coronavirus, Daniel Ortega has been invisible, sparking wild speculation over whether Nicaragua’s septuagenarian leader is self-isolating, bed-bound in hospital – ormight even have died . Continue reading...
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