Businesses in Nicaragua Struggle to Survive the Economic Crisis

Economic Crisis

Lay-offs and reduced sales are the common denominators for business, industry and the financial sector.

Relatives of Victims in Nicaragua Demand Justice not a Clean Slate


“This law does not include us. It’s for them”, says Alejandra Rivera, mother of Daniel Rivera, who was killed on May 30.

Nicaragua: Peasant Movement and Students Exert Leadership

They see themselves as a compliment to the Civic Alliance and Blue and White Unity movement, not a contradiction.

Political Persecution Strengthens Local Churches in Nicaragua


The Parish priest of the San Miguel Church in Masaya denounces attempts to incriminate him and speaks up about the regime’s religious persecution.

Diplomatic Options Running Out for Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega

Daniel Ortega

“Release (of political prisoners) was not a gesture of normality for the international community,” assures Juan Sebastian Chamorro.

Nicaraguan High School Students Rebel against Ortega’s Indoctrination Videos

Nicaraguan Opposition Asks OAS to Shorten Deadlines for Ortega


Alliance and UNAB demand that they not give him “three more months” to fulfill agreements.

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