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Nicaragua sentences former official to 13 years in prison

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Victor Hugo Tinoco is one of dozens of opposition leaders arrested by President Daniel Ortega. Tinoco was deputy foreign affairs minister during the first Sandinista government in 1979. He also served as Nicaragua's ambassador to the United Nations and was lead negotiator in peace talks with Contras.
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Nicaragua sentences former official to 13 years in prison

Nicaraguan judges have sentenced a former high-level Sandinista official to 13 years in prison for “conspiracy to undermine national integrity.”

4 months ago·United States
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Nicaragua sentences former official to 13 years in prison

Nicaraguan judges have sentenced a former high-level Sandinista official to 13 years in prison for “conspiracy to undermine national integrity.”

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Nicaragua sentences former official to 13 years in prison

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Nicaraguan judges on Monday sentenced a former high-level Sandinista official to 13 years in prison for “conspiracy to undermine national integrity.” Victor Hugo Tinoco is one of dozens of opposition leaders arrested by President Daniel Ortega last year to clear the way for his re-election virtually unopposed. Tinoco was deputy foreign affairs minister during the first Sandinista government in 1979 but later split with Ortega.…

4 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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