The government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is expelling a United Nations human rights team two days after the body published a report blaming it for the violent repression of opposition protests.
Guillermo Fernandez Maldonado, chief of the U.N.'s human rights mission in Nicaragua, said in a news conference Friday that he and his team would leave the country Saturday.
"We put forward the report not to polarize, but rather to make known what we had seen," Fernandez said. "This has had a lot of media coverage and we did not expect the government's reaction in this sense. We only did our job."
In a statement, the U.N. human rights regional...