Protesters march on the street below during an anti-government protest in Managua, Nicaragua, Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018. The current unrest began in April, when President Daniel Ortega imposed cuts to the social security system and small protests by senior citizens were violently broken up. From then more than 300 people have died and demonstrators have demanded that Ortega leave power.
Protesters march on the street below during an anti-government protest in Managua, Nicaragua, Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018. The current unrest began in April, when President Daniel Ortega imposed cuts to the social security system and small protests by senior citizens were violently broken up. From then more than 300 people have died and demonstrators have demanded that Ortega leave power. Alfredo Zuniga AP
Protesters march on the street below during an anti-government protest in Managua, Nicaragua, Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018. The current unrest began in April, when President Daniel Ortega imposed cuts to the social security system and small protests by senior citizens were violently broken up. From then more than 300 people have died and demonstrators have demanded that Ortega leave power. Alfredo Zuniga AP

They’re fleeing Nicaragua with almost nothing. Miami is stepping up to help.

August 16, 2018 11:59 AM