Nicaragua arrests: Four potential presidential candidates detained

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    #Nicaragua’s National Police arrested two more potential challengers to President Daniel #Ortega on Tuesday, the third and fourth #opposition pre-candidates for the Nov. 7 elections detained in the past week.

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