Nicaragua Daily update ⋅ April 10, 2019
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Asylum-seeker from Nicaragua credits new home in Iowa to prayers Angelus News
Darwin Josue Mejia Montoya could have been shot during protests in Nicaragua last year. He also could still be languishing in a detention center in ...


The Nicaragua crisis: Ortega digs in amidst a long-lasting stalemate Global Americans
It will soon be a year since massive protests unexpectedly erupted in Nicaragua, initially driven by thousands of students who were protesting what ...


Honduran, Nicaraguan, Venezuelan leaders not invited to Salvadoran's swearing-in Reuters
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador's incoming president Nayib Bukele said on Tuesday he would not be inviting the leaders of Honduras, ...


Nicaragua's Tobacco Growers Optimistic About Crops Despite Wind Cigar Aficionado
The Garcia family is growing shade-grown tobacco on their family farms in Estelí, Nicaragua, and say they are happy with this year's yield.


Threefold Increases in Border Arrests for Nicaraguans and Indians in 2018 Cato Institute (blog)
Last year, however, the agency saw threefold increases in apprehensions of Nicaraguans and Indians. These spikes may represent a widening ...


Nicaragua Hosts 1st Creative Economy Forum Prensa Latina
A broad representation of Nicaraguan government institutions, as well as some 200 managers of small and medium businesses, linked to these ...


Government says ready to continue Nicaragua talks Manila Bulletin
The government of President Daniel Ortega said Monday it was ready to continue talks with the opposition on resolving Nicaragua's deadly political ...


Nicaragua: The April that's Lasted a Whole Year Havana Times
HAVANA TIMES – In a few days it will be the first anniversary of the civic struggle in Nicaragua. However, the “self-organized” Nicaraguans state that ...


Max Cruz of Ometepe: “I Would Protest Again” for Nicaragua Havana Times
Max Cruz and Marbi Salazar, political prisoners from Ometepe Island, released under house arrest in mid-March. Photo: Carlos Herrera / Confidencial.


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