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adly clashes hit the streets of Nicaragua's capital on Wednesday. Eye witnesses said dozens were injured and that some people were killed after live rounds were fired on the crowd. It wasn't immediately clear who shot it, it was a protest march in Managua. Itself a rally against deaths in other recent clashes.
>> I'm demanding justice for all the murders, and especially for my son, Jesner. We're here to demand justice from the government who are the main culprits of all of the massacring here in Nicaragua. The casualties would add to numbers from Amnesty International revealed earlier this week. They tally at leat 81 people killed and more than 800 wounded since April 18th.
However, Reuters was unable to confirm any new figures on Wednesday. It all began with student protest over proposed changes to the social security system, and spiralled into chaos after a violent crackdown. It's become a daily challenge to the rule of president Daniel Ortega, a former Marxist Guerilla. On Twitter Wednesday, the country's main business lobby urged Ortega to call early elections, hoping that may steer Nicaragua out of what's become more than a month of unrest.