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Nicaraguan Tourists No Longer Need Visa To Colombia

TODAY NICARAGUA - Colombia has eliminated the visa requirements for tourists from Nicaragua to visit the South American country. Colombia's Foreign Ministry, in eliminating the...

New Immigration Measure Could Discourage Tourists Arrivals in Nicaragua.

Nicaraguan immigration authorities have introduced a new and inexplicable measure that requires foreigners who intend to enter the country to file a "notice of...

Lawrence Pezzullo, Who Brokered End Nicaragua’s Somoza Regime, Dies at 91

Lawrence Pezzullo, an American diplomat who brokered the 1979 resignation of Nicaraguan strongman Anastasio Somoza Debayle, whose family had ruled the country for more...

AguaClara begins construction of water plant in Nicaragua

Since 2005, AguaClara has built 14 gravity-powered, electricity-free surface water treatment plants in Honduras, with a 15th under construction at Zamorano University in Tegucigalpa....

Nicaragua’s Business Sector Warns of Economic Downturn Should US Relations Crumble

Businessmen in Nicaragua have asked President Daniel Ortega to ease growing tension with the United States, which is reviewing sanctions on the country that could have a major...

Walmart Nicaragua Investment in Supermarkets

New stores, remodeling and a distribution center are what Walmart plans to develop in the next two years in the country, with an estimated...

Nicaragua Says ‘Nica Act’ Reflects Continuity of US Imperialism

The government of Nicaragua has rejected the decision of the United States to sanction the Central American nation through the so-called Nica Act and...

US House Committee Passes Sanctions Against Nicaragua

TODAY NICARAGUA - The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee passed the bill known as the Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act of 2017, or Nica Act,...

Concern About Import Restriction on Dairy Products

The dairy sector in Nicaragua anticipates a decrease in exports of cheese and other dairy products to El Salvador, due to more stringent controls...

Essay: History of Nicaragua Independence

As an ordinary person on the street about Nicaragua, and you are sure to receive a bevy of responses. Tourists may make a note...

Nicargua Loses 3-0 To USA In Gold Cup

Matt Miazga scored on a closer-range header from Graham Zusi's corner kick in the 88th minute, giving the United States first place in its...

Nicaraguans Can Now Travel to Taiwan Without Visa

  TODAY NICARAGUA - Nicaraguans no longer need a visa to travel to Taiwan, the government of Daniel Ortega announced on Tuesday. "It is the decision...

The Investment Climate in Nicaragua According to the US

The US government has highlighted tax incentives and public-private sector dialogue, but warns that deficiencies in the rule of law, and extensive executive control...

Nicaragua and Honduras: Closer ties for a better future

In Managua, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and his Honduran counterpart, Juan Orlando Hernandez, discussed the process of customs union and bilateral border security, as...

After Panama, Is Nicaragua Next To Cut Ties With Taiwan In Favor Of China?

TODAY NICARAGUA - Could Nicaragua be the next in Central American to break ties with Taiwan in favor of China? Despite Nicaragua statement earlier this...

Nicaragua Leads Latin America in Gender Equality

TODAY NICARAGUA - The 2016 Global Report about Gender Gap, issued by the World Economic Forum found that Nicaragua leads Latin America in promoting...

Nicaragua Economic Activity Up 4.9% up to April 2017

TODAY NICARAGUA - From a report by the Central Bank of Nicaragua, in April, the monthly index of economic activity (IMAE) grew by 4.9...

Why it’s not fair to lump Nicaragua with the U.S. when it comes to...

Nicaragua is tired of being lumped in with the U.S. when it comes to the Paris climate accord. When President Donald Trump announced earlier this month the...

Nicaragua Ex-Diplomat Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann Dies at 84

TODAY NICARAGUA; Former Nicaraguan diplomat, priest and intellectual Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann died Thursday, months after suffering a stroke. D’Escoto Brockmann, 84, was a longtime leader...

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How Nicaragua is becoming a renewable energy paradise

“First came the wind, then water, water everywhere. At first we wanted to stay and protect our things, but then we panicked.” Patricia Martinez can...

Immigration Status Unsure for Nicaraguans In The U.S.

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said it would terminate the status for some 2,500 Nicaraguans in January 2019, making the...

Nicaragua Government Condemns Violent Actions in Local Elections

The Nicaraguan government emphatically condemned today the isolated actions of violence that took place in the country around the municipal elections, in spite of...

Nicaragua Climate Politics In Hot Water Over Canal Plan

(Reuters) Shaking off its climate change “pariah” status alongside the United States and war-torn Syria, Nicaragua took the plunge and joined the Paris Agreement...

Good Prospects for Retail in Nicaragua

The Nicaragua retail industry projects US$680 million in sales in the Christmas and end of the year season, which would represent a 7% increase...

Nicaragua Looking for Alternatives in Face of US’ ‘Interventionist’ NICA Act

In the wake of the looming threat of the Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act (NICA Act) — a U.S. bill that is set to impose...

Murillo Calls Senior Israeli Official ‘Brother’

Nicaragua’s vice president, Rosario Murillo, called a guest Israeli official “hermano,” or brother, seven months after the countries renewed diplomatic ties. Murillo used the Spanish...

Poll Shows Declining Expectations on a Nicaraguan Canal

According to the results of the most recent survey conducted by Cid Gallup, the Nicaraguan interoceanic canal project, a concession given to the Chinese...

Nicaragua Unveils Central America’s Largest Baseball Stadium

Nicaragua has unveiled its long-awaited baseball stadium in Managua, replacing the former baseball field built in 1948. The new structure will hold up to...

Church and State in Nicaragua: Letter From Managua

Between 2013 and 2015, the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega spent roughly US$3.2 million installing decorative metal trees in Managua, Nicaragua’s capital. The...