Nicaragua Daily update ⋅ February 19, 2018
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Edwardsville Rotary set to help Nicaragua The Edwardsville Intelligencer
The morning snow didn't deter those who helped package the chicken and rice mixture that will be sent to Nicaragua by the Edwardsville Rotary Club. Partnering with eight other Rotary Clubs and a handful of other groups, the Edwardsville Rotary, through the NICE Foundation in Highland, will ship ...


SoLost Telegraph.co.uk
Unlike some of the larger resorts on the fast-developing Pacific Coast, it doesn't feel cut off from Nicaraguan reality. Patches of dry coastal forest surround the area, and birdlife is healthy. Managua airport is two and a half hours' drive away so the hotel is best visited on a driving holiday taking in Granada ...


12th Graders at Luther College make annual educational trip to El Salvador 620 CKRM.com
18 12th graders from Luther College High School departed from Regina International Airport on Friday to El Salvador to get a first hand glimpse of life in the country. Trip leader Kris Dueck said the trip will be conducted in part with a group (El Salvadorian) called Crispaz, who'll help guide the students ...


Former San Clemente tight end Cole Fotheringham is nearing return from two-year Mormon mission Los Angeles Times
Cole Fotheringham, a former San Clemente tight end, is in Nicaragua on a two-year Mormon mission. (Fotheringham family). Somewhere in Nicaragua on Super Bowl Sunday, former San Clemente tight end Cole Fotheringham will be taking a moment to think about football. He's nearing the end of his ...


Latin America lagging behind on women's rights EURACTIV
In Latin America, in countries such as: Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, Haiti or El Salvador, abortions of any type are punished by law. However each year, thousands of backstreet abortions are performed. The UN estimates that the Central American and Caribbean region is the one with the highest ...


10 Surprising Facts You Definitely Didn't Know About Margot Robbie StyleCaster
Leave it to Robbie to nonchalantly drop in an interview that she found a severed human foot on a beach. During a roundtable for The Hollywood Reporter, Robbie revealed that she found a severed foot while casually walking down a beach in Nicaragua. She didn't leave any more details. “I once found a ...


Scotland ranks third in the world for female political empowerment The Scotsman
The analysis shows Scotland comes in at number seven in its number of women to men at ministerial level, after six countries took joint first place - Bulgaria, Canada, France, Nicaragua, Slovenia and Sweden, while the UK is 23rd. For the number of years with a female head of state over the past 50 ...


BIMA Insurance: Mobile technology is opening up insurance to new customers Insurance Business
Today, BIMA has announced a partnership with telecommunications giant Telefónica Movistar and underwriter Seguros LAFISE, to launch a new mobile-delivered insurance product in Nicaragua, which it describes as a key central American market. Through BIMA's mobile technology platform, ...