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Timeline: Nicaragua’s authoritarian slide

Nicaragua's first couple, President Daniel Ortega and his wife Vice President Rosario Murillo, are both in their 70s but they show no signs of being willing to let go of power.

Costa Rican authorities assist in major drug busts

The Colombian government announced Tuesday that 116 tons of cocaine had been seized in a month and a half of joint military operations with countries in America and Europe.

Ortega and Murillo: Nicaragua’s shrewd power couple

Nicaragua's first couple, President Daniel Ortega and his wife Vice President Rosario Murillo, are both in their 70s but they show no signs of being willing to let go of power.

EU sanctions Nicaraguan leader’s wife, son over repression

The EU and US are calling on Ortega to immediately release those arrested and for his government to hold dialogue with the opposition.

Human rights body demands Nicaragua release political prisoners

The Organization of American States' (OAS) human rights arm on Friday called on Nicaragua to "immediately free" opposition figures detained in a wave of...

Semana Santa Celebrated in Nicaragua with Colorful Traditions

Semana Santa, or Easter Holy Week, in Nicaragua is a week of colorful religious tradition, tourism and partying. Most people get vacation days which makes...

Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa calls the media his greatest enemy during Costa Rica speech

Outside the building, protesters mounted a demonstration decrying the administration's perceived bullying tactics toward opposition parties and anti-gay comments made by the president.

Panama will use genetically modified mosquitoes to fight dengue

Panama will try to control a dengue outbreak that has claimed six lives this year by releasing transgenic mosquitoes.

U.S. Embassy: Pot legalization back home won’t change Latin America drug policy

Despite the legalization of recreational cannabis in the U.S. states of Colorado and Washington, the U.S. federal government remains focused on anti-drug law enforcement policies across Latin America.

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