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United States seeks agreement on migration with Latin America

The United States is seeking to reach a firm agreement with Latin American countries on migration ahead of the upcoming Summit of the Americas...

Hundreds of Latin Americans evacuated from Ukraine

Several hundreds of citizens of Latin American countries were evacuated from Ukraine since the beginning of the armed conflict with Russia, others are waiting...

China reopens embassy in Nicaragua after diplomatic switch

China reopened its embassy in Nicaragua on Friday, a few weeks after the Central American country switched diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to Beijing. That change...

Nicaragua among ‘worst dictatorships’: top EU official

Nicaragua is "one of the worst dictatorships in the world" with its President Daniel Ortega and his wife Rosario Murillo preparing "fake elections" to stay in power, the EU's foreign policy chief said Monday.

Top Nicaragua writer predicts Ortega govt will ‘fall’

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's embattled government will eventually "fall", said the country's awarding-winning novelist Sergio Ramirez, the target of an arrest warrant issued by Managua.

Foreign investors exempt from tax on bitcoin profits: El Salvador

El Salvador will exempt foreign investors from taxes on profits on bitcoin speculation in the country, a government adviser said Friday, after it became...

Endangered Bengal tiger cub born at Nicaragua zoo

A Bengal tiger cub is being cared for by humans at Nicaragua's National Zoo after its mother was unable to produce the milk necessary...

Government of El Salvador defends Bukele’s right to stand for reelection

The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, has the right to stand as a candidate in the next elections, protected by a decision of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court.

Nicaragua orders arrest of prominent writer

Nicaraguan prosecutors on Wednesday ordered the arrest of an award-winning novelist who used to be an aide to President Daniel Ortega, making him the...

Nicaragua ‘veers to dictatorship,’ The New York Times writes

The New York Times this week profiled Nicaragua as the country approaches its November 7 general elections.
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