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Nicaragua’s presidential campaign kicks off, with no rivals

Nicaragua's presidential election campaign officially kicks off on Saturday with incumbent Daniel Ortega's main rivals all under arrest. The 75-year-old, in power since 2007, will...

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Nicaragua's electoral council on Friday disqualified the country's main opposition party from upcoming presidential polls, in the latest move in an escalating political crackdown...

Son of ex-president Chamorro detained in Nicaragua

Pedro Joaquin Chamorro, a journalist, former opposition lawmaker and son of ex-president Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, has been arrested on charges of undermining Nicaragua's...

Nicaragua detains another opposition presidential hopeful

Police in Nicaragua on Saturday took opposition politician Arturo Cruz into custody, detaining a second presidential hopeful in less than a week. Cruz was seized...

Joe Biden sworn in as new U.S. President

US President Joe Biden called for unity and pledged to be a president for all Americans at his inauguration in Washington Wednesday, but warned of the challenges ahead as he takes on multiple crises.

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Joe Biden wins U.S. elections, ending Trump presidency

Democrat Joe Biden has won the White House, US media said Saturday, defeating Donald Trump and ending a presidency that convulsed American politics, shocked the world and left the United States more divided than at any time in decades.

U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica: How you can vote in 2020

Any US citizen eligible to vote can do so no matter where they live in the world. By following the above steps, US citizens living in Costa Rica can make sure their ballots are sent back in time to be counted.

U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica can vote in November’s general election

The U.S. Embassy in San José can help U.S citizens request an absentee ballot and send it to their election office in the United States

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