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"Each person owns their own fear" - the career of Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro (in photos)

Chamorro is following in the iconic footsteps of his father, Nicaragua's crusading journalist, Pedro Joaquin Chamorro.
18 Dic 2018 – 05:07 PM EST
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Nicaraguan police raided the offices of Confidencial on December 13, 2018. Crédito: Carlos Herrera/Confidencial
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Carlos Fernando Chamorro talks to reporters outside the offices of Confidencial following its ransacking by Nicaraguan police on December 13, 2018. Crédito: Carlos Herrera/Confidencial
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Journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro, a critic of the government of President Daniel Ortega, speaks with a police officer on December 15, 2018 in Managua. Crédito: Reuters
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Nicaraguan riot police push back journalists, including Carlos Fernando Chamorro, on Saturday in Managua. Crédito: AFP
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Carlos Fernando Chamorro, his wife Desirée Elizondo attempt to visit police headquarters to demand an answer to the closure of the online newspaper, Confidencial and TV show This Week, on December 15, 2018. Crédito: Carlos Herrera / Confidential
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Pedro Joaquin Chamorro, publisher of La Prensa, Nicaragua's largest newspaper, holds up his hands as he talks to newsmen after his arrest in Managua, Jan. 26, 1967. In 1978, he was assassinated by an unknown gunman, supposedly on the orders of dictator Anastasio Somoza. His death helped spark the Nicaraguan revolution which toppled Somoza in July 1979. Crédito: AP
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A day after the 1990 election, Daniel Ortega (c) visited Violeta Chamorro (r) at her home to congratulate her after the surprise victory of her UNO coalition over the Sandinista Front. The visit came at the suggestion of former U.S. president Jimmy Carter (l) who accompanied Ortega. Carter is credited with helping persuade Ortega to accept the shock election result. Crédito: Jennie Lincoln/Univision
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The mother of Carlos Fernando Chamorro was president of Nicaragua between April 25, 1990 and January 10, 1997. Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, now 92, is the widow of legendary journalist Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal who was assassinated in 1978. Crédito: Ap
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President Daniel Ortega with his wife and Vice President, Rosario Murillo. Crédito: Getty
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Carlos Fernando Chamorro on the set of his TV show 'This Week' (Esta Semana)
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