Violence erupted in the streets of Managua with eyewitnesses saying dozens were injured and an untold number killed as Anti Govt. protests intensify.

Amnesty International has said that at least 81 people had been killed and 868 wounded since April 18.

Wednesday also saw a massive March led by the mothers of April Movement, a group of mostly mothers who said they had come out to demand justice for their children who were killed in violent crackdowns on demonstrators.

More than a month after changes to the Central American Country’s Social Security System triggered student-led protests, demonstrations have morphed into a daily challenge to the rule of President Daniel Ortega.