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Nicaragua shuts down Catholic radio stations

August 02, 2022

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CWN Editor's Note: Nicaragua’s government shut down six Catholic radio stations on August 1, as church-state tensions continued to mount.

Bishop Rolando Alvarez of Matagalpa, a leading critic of the Ortega regime, denounced the closures as “an injustice.”

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