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Daniel Ortega sworn in as Nicaragua president for third time

By Al Jazeera
11 January 2017   |   9:01 am
Daniel Ortega has been sworn in as president of Nicaragua for the third consecutive time after his party won 71 of the 92 seats in the parliament

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