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U.S. puts pressure on Nicaraguan politicians

The United States, stepping up pressure on Sandinista and rightist opposition leaders, plans to cancel U.S. visas for some Nicaraguan politicians that it accuses of corruption and undermining democracy, an official said. U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick on Tuesday was planning to deliver what he described as a clear message in Managua as a crisis threatens President Enrique Bolanos, a U.S. ally under pressure from his party dissidents and leftist Sandinistas to accept constitutional changes weakening his power. Full Story

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