Nicaragua's President Ortega tells Euronews protests against his rule are an attempted coup by right-wing opponents, disputes death toll and rejects stepping down
A congregation gathered for mass at a church in Nicaragua that had come under siege for sheltering fleeing activists critical of President Daniel Ortega, where two people were reportedly killed
Pro government demonstrators support the President to celebrate the 39th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. It comes as anti-government violent protests have continued for the last three months
It's after arrests were made at anti-government protests which continued over a three month period
In an interview with Euronews, Paul Oquist, a minister in Nicaragua's government and a key ally of Daniel Ortega, insists that the President will not be pressured by the protesters to resign. He accuses them of attempting a coup.
Catholic priests negotiate the transfer of nearly 200 students out of the building in the capital Managua
More than 110 people have been killed in the country since mid-April amid clashes between forces loyal to President Daniel Ortega and opposition groups demanding his removal
Students clash with police and attack a pro-government building while calling for President Daniel Ortega to step down.