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Nicaragua celebrates a joyous festival of horrors in lead-up to Halloween

Disguised as devils, witches, goblins and terrifying characters from indigenous mythology, thousands of Nicaraguans celebrated with joy and boisterous dances the festival of Los Agüizotes, a tradition of the southern city of Masaya that the locals consider better than Halloween.

Two dead in Nicaragua protest violence as Ortega calls for ‘peace’

Nicaraguan forces on Friday attacked a university in Managua and a neighborhood in opposition bastion Masaya, killing two in the latest violence to convulse...

As Nicaragua elections approach, banned opposition decries Ortega’s budding dictatorship

As Nicaragua nears November's presidential elections, opposition leaders say President Daniel Ortega has established a family-run dictatorship reminiscent of the one he overthrew decades ago.

A Weekend in Nicaragua, Part 2: Masaya Volcano When the Spanish conquistadors stumbled into Masaya Volcano in the 16th century, they were horrified by what they found: a lunar basin with a...

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