Nicaragua Daily update ⋅ January 17, 2019
Article in the New York Times Assures Nicaraguan Fugitives are Hiding in Costa Rican Safe Houses The Costa Rica Star
An article published recently by the New York Times titled ¨23,000 Nicaraguans Have Fled to Costa Rica. 50 Fugitives Are Hiding Here¨ caused Costa ...

Government investigates alleged clandestine shelters in Costa Rica for the persecuted by Ortega - Q Costa Rica News
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Mexican Policy Towards Nicaragua Remains Unclear Havana Times
For the moment, they're wrapping themselves in the Estrada Doctrine. How long will that policy last? In contrast to Mexican President Lopez Portillo's ...

Widow and daughter of murdered Nicaraguan journalist receive political asylum in the US Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas (blog)
The widow and daughter of journalist Ángel Gahona, who was killed last year while covering protests in Nicaragua, received asylum from the United ...

IAPA condemns government censorship of newspapers in Nicaragua Jamaica Gleaner
Miami, Florida: The Inter-American Press Association (IAPA) yesterday condemned the administrative censorship imposed by the Nicaraguan ...

Calibre Mining Exploring for World-Class Gold, Silver and Copper Deposits in Nicaragua Stockhouse
One, we're exploring for world-class discoveries in Nicaragua. We just had over 8 million ounces of produced gold in this district that we're exploring.

'Nicavangelists' spread gospel, awareness, and a message of love
The group's leader says they fear they would be in danger if they return to Nicaragua, which is why they use aliases. He says the group is looking to ...

Researchers identify human bacteria clusters linked to the likelihood of acquiring the flu The Michigan Daily
A recent study administered by a team of professors and students within the School of Public Health and the Nicaragua Ministry of Health found that it ...

US warns Cuba, considers allowing suits over property Pulse Nigeria
... and fundamental freedoms and its indefensible support for increasingly authoritarian and corrupt regimes in Venezuela and Nicaragua," he said.