The United States warned its citizens on Tuesday to be vigilant in Nicaragua in case there are violent protests around the hotly contested November 5 presidential election. A State Department advisory to U.S. residents and visitors said protests and sporadic violence were possible in major cities in the run-up to the vote, and clashes could involve tear gas, rubber bullets, homemade explosives and rock-throwing. Full Story
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