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What is Daniel Ortega looking for in Russia?

TODAY NICARAGUA - "The Nicaraguan delegation has been able to verify an exemplary, safe, orderly, efficient and participatory democratic electoral process," concludes a press release published last Sunday in...
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The Plan to Modernize Managua

A proposal for urban development in the capital of Nicaragua would require an investment of at least US$500 million in drains, street readjustments and...
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Nicaragua remains on maximum US travel alert

TODAY NICARAGUA - The United States has eased travel advisories for most Central American countries, with the exception of Nicaragua and Costa Rica. According to information recently updated by the...

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Nicaragua’s VP, Rosario Murillo, calls priests and bishops ‘devils’

TODAY NICARAGUA - With virtually no opposition leader left to imprison, the government of Nicaragua has moved in on to its one remaining obstacle...

Nicaragua police raid the newspaper ‘La Prensa’ by accusing it of “customs fraud”

TODAY NICARAGUA - Police raided the La Prensa newspaper on Friday amid a wave of arrests of critics and rivals of president and candidate...

Kitty Monterrey goes into exile in Costa Rica

TODAY NICARAGUA - The president of Ciudadanos por la Libertad (CxL) party, Carmella Maria Rogers Amburn, known as Kitty Monterrey, appeared at noon on...

Did They Up the Ante, or Go Off the Deep End?

CONFIDENCIAL - The conduct of the Ortega-Murillo dictatorship is a source of daily incredulousness. Their actions over the past months reflect an absolute disregard...

The disturbing wait for the second anticovid dose in Nicaragua

TODAY NICARAGUA - Doña Gloria and Doña Mercedes - fictitious names to protect the identity of the Nicaraguans -, aged 66 and 70 respectively,...

The Arrest of Dora María Téllez Marks a New Low for Nicaragua

The news from Nicaragua is bad. More than 30 opposition figures were arrested in June—a crackdown designed to nullify any resistance ahead of the...

Sanctions May Impoverish Nicaraguans, But is Unlikely to Change Their Votes

In 1985, when President Reagan declared Nicaragua “an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States,” his...

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