Nicaragua: The Paramilitaries’ Weapons Came from the Police


“I can tell you that around 40% of the police are not in agreement. There is fear to be denounced. We feel like our hands are tied”.

Nicaragua: Police Captain Admits Making False Testimony against Protestors

False Testimony

The active Police Captain has been a “witness” in ten political trials and said the accusations are fabricated at the El Chipote interrogation prison.

Nicaragua at the UN Human Rights Council Session

Human Rights

“When dealing with crimes against humanity, (we) must intervene so that this situation is modified,” says the former Guatemalan attorney general.

Russian and Chinese Interests Key in Venezuela


At the end of the day, Venezuela can’t hold a candle to the strategic importance of these two companies.

Carlos Mejia Godoy Received by Nicaraguans in Panama

Mejia Godoy danced to the classic songs “Soy puro pinolero” and “Nicaragua, Nicaraguita” and shared some words of gratitude.

Roadmap Approved by Nicaragua Negotiations

Nicaragua Negotiations

The regime’s refusal to admit Bishop Alvarez was the “delay” that kept the “roadmap” from being approved earlier, sources close to the negotiations.

The Attorneys that Dare to Defend Nicaragua’s Political Prisoners

Political Prisoners

The Permanent Commission for Human Rights (CPDH) in Nicaragua has defended more than 200 of the dictatorship’s 777 prisoners.

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