Nicaragua on Edge After Violent Protests, Pension Plan Reversal
The U.S. Department of State has urged its citizens to reconsider traveling to Nicaragua. The warning follows several days of violent clashes between law enforcement and demonstrators, resulting in hundreds of injuries and dozens of deaths. The confrontations were sparked by a move to increase taxes and reduce benefits in the Central American country's pension system. Celia Mendoza reports from Managua, the Nicaraguan capital.