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Nicaragua’s poor show support for Ortega

Ulises Fernandez, a teacher-turned-squatter, lives with 26 other families in a buckled and broken building condemned more than three decades ago after Nicaragua’s devastating 1972 earthquake. He lost his job in 1990, the year Daniel Ortega fell from power — the new government of Violeta Chamorro fired him and others who didn’t have university degrees. He moved into “The Ruins,” a shattered Art Deco building of twisted metal and crumbling concrete behind the president’s office. Life since then has been a daily struggle just to find enough to eat. Full Story

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