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Nicaragua to impose jail time for spreading what government deems ‘false news’

Critics say the law is will further a climate of repression that has existed in Nicaragua since the 2018 anti-government protests.

‘Foreign agents’ bill advances in Nicaragua despite international rejection

Nicaragua will hold presidential and legislative elections in 2021. The ruling Sandinista Front (FSLN) of President Ortega will seek his third successive re-election since 2007.

International rejection grows against project that threatens NGOs and journalists in Nicaragua

Pompeo questioned what he defined as intensified attack against political opponents and independent media in Nicaragua

US says Ortega has become Somoza, the ‘dictator’ he opposed

Pompeo questioned what he defined as intensified attack against political opponents and independent media in Nicaragua

Fed up: Nicaragua’s uprising

You can’t tell the world you don’t know who started the fire when there are photographs of you with matches in your hands.

Nicaragua’s Isabel Urcuyo de Somoza dies in exile at 90, Nicaragua Dispatch reports

A post today on the Nicaragua Dispatch reports that Nicaragua's former First Lady Isabel Urcuyo de Somoza died Saturday at a retirement home in Houston, Texas, in the United States. She was 90.

Is the sword still the enemy of freedom?

The controversy this week over the nonexistent U.S. military base in Costa Rica brings to mind the year 1985, when U.S. Green Berets were training Costa Rican “policemen” in Murciélago, just north of the Santa Rose Peninsula in Guanacaste.

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