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Ortega wants armed conflict in Nicaragua: ex-comrade

Managua - The anti-government protests sweeping Nicaragua began in what might seem a relatively harmless way: with elderly demonstrators marching against a since-abandoned pension reform that slashed their benefits.

Who are the paramilitaries attacking Nicaragua's protesters?

Masaya - The anti-government protesters who have barricaded themselves into the Nicaraguan city of Masaya aren't sure who is firing bullets at them from above.But whoever they are, they are well-trained and shoot to kill, they say.

Op-Ed: Missouri national guard sent into St. Louis area

Ferguson - The Missouri national guard was sent into the St. Louis area after reports that a private autopsy revealed a white cop shot a black teen six times. The New York Times got a report of the autopsy.

Pakistani Muslims Attack Christians

Eight members of a Pakistani family of Christians were burnt to death along with their home by a mob of Pakistani paramilitary.

Pakistani Paramilitary Forces to Comb Region Ahead of 'Grand Operation'

Intelligence suggests the presence of 'high value' millitants

Police 'let informers go on murder spree'

A major investigation in Northern Ireland concludes that police helped loyalist paramilitaries‘murder at will.
 

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Women walk past a Loyalist Paramilitary mural on the Newtonard s Road area of East Belfast
Women walk past a Loyalist Paramilitary mural on the Newtonard's Road area of East Belfast
With permission by Reuters / Cathal McNaughton
A man walks past a Loyalist Paramilitary mural on the Newtonard s Road area of East Belfast  Novembe...
A man walks past a Loyalist Paramilitary mural on the Newtonard's Road area of East Belfast, November 20, 2013
With permission by Reuters / Cathal McNaughton
A Woman pushes a pram past a Loyalist Paramilitary mural on the Newtonard s Road area of East Belfas...
A Woman pushes a pram past a Loyalist Paramilitary mural on the Newtonard's Road area of East Belfast, November 20, 2013. Northern Ireland's attorney general, John Larkin, has suggested that there should be an end to prosecutions into killings related to the Troubles, that occurred before the 1998 Good Friday Agreement
With permission by Reuters / Cathal McNaughton

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