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The macabre calculations of Daniel Ortega with the COVID-19

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(TODAY NICARAGUA) Nicaraguan economist Enrique Sáenz analyzed in his blog the management of dictator Daniel Ortega in the face of the health crisis in...

Sahara dust combined with rainfall will produce “acid rain” in Nicaragua

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(TODAY NICARAGUA) The presence of dust particles from the Sahara desert will remain in Nicaragua until mid-August, according to Agustín Moreira, an expert in...

Regime finally allows them in aftt 18 hours in the open and the rain

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(TODAY NICARAGUA) The group of 96 Nicaraguans from Panama stranded on the border at Peñas Blancas, were finally able to enter the country, after...

Ortega regime denies entry to Nicaraguans from Panama

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(Today Nicaragua) A group of 120 Nicaraguans are stranded in no man's land, between Costa Rica and Nicaragua, waiting on the government of Daniel...

Sahara dust cloud affects several areas of Managua (Photos)

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(TODAY NICARAGUA) The Sahara dust storm is a phenomenon that occurs every year between the months of June to August when the trade winds...

Costa Rica and Nicaragua: a border drawn by the covid-19 pandemic

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(TODAY NICARAGUA) He brought in a bag the avocados that his aunts gave him, and a pair of sandals that he bought on the...

Between 6,200 and 20,000 Could Die from Covid-19 in Nicaragua

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(CONFIDENCIAL) Professor Roberto Artavia, President of the Board of Directors of the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE), believes that Nicaragua must carry...

Dying in Nicaragua in the Time of Coronavirus

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(CONFIDENCIAL) “Rosie” died June 3rd at 10:30 pm. Her death certificate confirms it. Yet her family didn’t hear of her death until 4:30 in...

U.S. government condemns persecution of Catholic Church in Nicaragua

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According to the United States’ Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), the persecution of Christians, particularly the Catholic Church, is on the rise in Nicaragua, where the government of President Daniel Ortega has accused the local bishops of staging a coup to bring him down.

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