Ortega’s Ministry of Interior continues to close NGOs

By canceling these 100 organizations, the regime raises to 1706 the NGOs stripped of their legal status so far in 2022 alone

Ortega confiscates installations belonging to Radio Vos

On August 2, the State Telecommunications institution (Telcor) cancelled the private station’s license, alleging “technical issues”

Three Nicaraguan businesses succeed amid economic disaster

Three small business owners in Managua, Masaya and Catarina tell how they’ve managed to maintain their businesses amid Nicaragua’s economic crisis

Young Instagrammers Rescue Nicaragua’s Untold Stories

Three young Nicaraguans transform forgotten memories of their country into digital archives, available for anyone to see on Instagram

U.S suggests investors be “extremely cautious” with Nicaragua

State Department details how the Nicaraguan economy works, including the opacity with which the regime operates in its relations with investors

Chile faces a “complex dialogue” following the rejection of a new Constitution

Chile maintains as its legal framework the Magna Carta written in 1980 during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet

Irella Perez, the Nicaraguan breaking the glass ceiling in the U.S. education system

Education is “the ticket to getting out of poverty” says the Nicaraguan woman from a working class upbringing

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