Nicaragua Daily update ⋅ February 9, 2018
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Come by Chance Lion heading to Nicaragua The Gander Beacon
Ryan, a member of the Come By Chance Lions Club, is leaving for Nicaragua, South America, on Feb. 16 to assist with an eye treatment clinic, including provide eye exams, glasses, and information to those in need. She told The Packet she will be assisting with the screening process and helping ...


Come by Chance Lion heading to Nicaragua The Labradorian
COME BY CHANCE, NL— “Once of these days I'm going to do that,” Loretta Ryan told herself after hearing a presentation a few years back at a Lion's Club convention by a member or who had volunteered with Team Broken Earth. That volunteer relief organization lends aid to the less fortunate in ...


The Art of Liberation in a Utopian Nicaraguan Community Hyperallergic
In 1965, the Nicaraguan priest, poet, and activist Ernesto Cardenal (born 1925) established an alternative religious community on the Solentiname archipelago, in the south of Lake Nicaragua. Cardenal's utopian experiment, an artists' colony based on Christian liberation theology — a movement ...


World Court Settles Nicaragua – Costa Rica Disputes Havana Times
HAVANA TIMES – On February 2, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued its decision regarding the maritime border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua, both in the Caribbean and the Pacific. The Court pronouncement left both countries satisfied, convinced that the verdict represented a balanced ...


Nicaragua - Sugar exports rise strongly in 2017 AgraNet
Nicaragua exported 8.45 mln quintals (388,700 tonnes) of sugar in calendar 2017, up 28.2% from 6.59 mln quintals (303,100 tonnes) in 2016, according to the Centre for Export Procedures (Cetrex). The export value even rose 61.3% to $180.3 mln from $11.


Arts & Entertainment Noozhawk
¡Viva el Arte de Santa Bárbara! will presents La Cuneta Son Machin, the Grammy-nominated band of young musicians from Managua, Nicaragua, in three free upcoming family performances. The showtimes are 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, at Isla Vista School; 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10 at Guadalupe City Hall ...


Take it from a first generation Central American: your voice matters El Tecolote
If it weren't for the instability caused by said intervention, my dad wouldn't have fled Nicaragua to study in Chile and later start a life in Costa Rica. If it weren't for poverty, my mom wouldn't have only received an elementary school education, but worked as a pharmacist, before having to resort to selling ...


Is Central America overlooked, underrated? TheChronicleHerald.ca
Just think of the tropical and cultural opportunities that await in such diverse countries as Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Central America is the isthmus that connects North and South America, but is considered part of North America. Some countries ...


Middleboro's Corey Pooler to run Boston Marathon to benefit young students and families in ... SouthCoastToday.com
MIDDLEBORO – It only took two weeks in Nicaragua's back country for college student Corey Pooler to find a new mission in life... helping poor people in the rural countryside of the faraway Central American country get clean water, build a little school for their children, and help the youngsters get a ...


Tillerson's Efforts to Prevent Foreign Adversaries From Expanding in Latin America Is Wise Daily Signal
In addition to high-profile visits by the Russian Navy's Interfleet Surface Action Group to Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, Russia used a regional exercise to deploy two long-range strategic bombers to Venezuela and Nicaragua and, following its annexation of Crimea, announced plans to build military ...