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A demonstrator holds an American flag emblazoned with the names of victims who were fatally wounded by police officers.
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Security forces respond to a stabbing attack that took place at the Adam settlement.
President Daniel Ortega, once a celebrated rebel, now stands accused of authoritarian repression against protesters.
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The debate over the potentially troubling effects of these massively popular games continues.
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