(From BBC News)
Fifteen people have died and dozens more have been injured in the latest protests against Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, officials say.
Activists say pro-government forces opened fire on tens of thousands of protesters who marched through the capital Managua on Wednesday.
The government and police blamed “delinquent groups” for the violence.
More than 90 people have now died in the protests, which began in April and were triggered by social welfare cuts.
The cuts were later scrapped but the protests evolved into a rejection of the Ortega government and thousands of people have since taken to the streets.