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José Alberto "Chepe" Idiáquez, a Catholic priest and rector at a private Jesuit university in Nicaragua, has become an outspoken critic of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega. Carlos Herrera hide caption

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'Pray For Me': Nicaraguan Priest Threatened With Death Reaches Out To Niece In U.S.

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Relatives and friends attend the burial of teenager Matt Romero in Managua, Nicaragua, last September. He was shot dead during clashes between anti-government protesters and riot police and paramilitaries. Inti Ocon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Stay Or Go? Ortega's Crackdown Pushes Nicaraguans To Make Hard Choices

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Journalists And NGOs Face Shutdowns, Beatings As Nicaragua Stifles Dissent

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A woman holds up a Nicaraguan newspaper that published images of some of the people who have died in recent protests there, interrupting Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega at the opening of a dialogue between the government and opposition and civic groups in Managua, on May 16. Alfredo Zuniga/AP hide caption

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Nicaragua's Embattled Government Tries To Silence Independent Media

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Nicaraguan refugees fleeing their country due to unrest sleep in a Christian church in San José, Costa Rica, on July 28. Juan Carlos Ulate/Reuters hide caption

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200 Nicaraguans Claim Asylum Daily In Costa Rica, Fleeing Violent Unrest

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