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February 10, 1986

Former President Jimmy Carter, ending a three-day visit to Nicaragua, where he met separately with Sandinista and opposition leaders, won the release of two political prisoners. During talks with Interior Minister Tomas Borge, Carter obtained the freedom of Luis Mora, a journalist for La Prensa, Nicaragua's opposition newspaper, and Jose Altamirano, a labor leader, diplomats said. The two men appeared later at a Baptist church service with Carter and his wife, Rosalynn. The former President, on a trip through Central America, plans to visit El Salvador today.

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