Nicaragua Daily update ⋅ May 2, 2019
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The White House wants to end TPS for Nicaraguans. Two Miami lawmakers want to keep it Miami Herald
Leah Cassayo, 12, reads a letter outside of Sen. Marco Rubio's office in Doral asking him to pass a Clean Dream Act and protect families with ...


White House wants to end TPS for Nicaraguans; 2 lawmakers want to keep it Bryan-College Station Eagle
WASHINGTON — About 5,300 Nicaraguans in the U.S. are currently relying on a court decision to continue working and living legally in the United ...


Nicaraguan bishops lament continued suffering under Ortega Catholic News Agency
Managua, Nicaragua, May 1, 2019 / 05:03 pm (CNA).- The Nicaraguan bishops lamented Wednesday that “the Nicaraguan family continues to suffer,” ...

Mario Diaz-Balart, Donna Shalala Want to Offer TPS to Nicaraguans in the US - Florida Daily (blog)
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Reps. Shalala, Diaz-Balart Introduce Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nicaraguans Miami's Community Newspapers
Today, U.S. Representatives Donna Shalala (FL-27) and Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25) issued the following statements after introducing the Nicaraguan ...


United States: Trump Administration Imposes Further Sanctions On Venezuela, Nicaragua And ... Mondaq News Alerts
OFAC seeks to curtail similar activities in the Nicaraguan financial sector, designating Venezuela-linked Banco Corporativo S.A. ("BanCorp") – as well ...

Will Sanctions Be Enough To Fight The “Troika Of Tyranny”? - ValueWalk
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A Year After Protests, Ortega's Crackdown on the Media Continues Americas Quarterly
The public unrest that began in Nicaragua just over a year ago has subsided, but repression by the government of President Daniel Ortega has not.


Industry group: Nicaragua's Market in'free fall' Mayfield Recorder
Nicaragua's economy is in”free fall” annually following anti-government protests were violently repressed by the government and its supporters, the ...


Nation and world news briefs Newsbug.info
WASHINGTON - About 5,300 Nicaraguans in the U.S. are currently relying on a court decision to continue working and living legally in the United ...


Nicaraguan man sentenced to more than 23 years in federal prison Newton County Times
Nicaraguan man sentenced to more than 23 years in federal prison ... a citizen of Nicaragua, was sentenced yesterday to 284 months in federal prison ...


Widow of Ponzi Schemer Ordered to Pay $700000 Santa Barbara Independent
Soon after Welterlen's death, she fled to Nicaragua, where the couple had purchased 13 acres of developable beachfront property with investors' ...