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Nicaragua outlaws an additional 96 NGOs

Nicaragua's congress outlawed 96 other NGOs on Thursday, bringing to 440 the number of corporations dissolved by Daniel Ortega's government since the 2018 protests. Various...

Nicaragua opens trial against detained opposition figure Cristiana Chamorro

Nicaraguan justice authorities decided to prosecute presidential hopeful Cristiana Chamorro, just two months before the country's general elections.

Jailed Nicaraguan opposition suffering ‘psychological torture’

Detained Nicaraguan opposition figures are suffering from "psychological torture," a lawyer said.

Nicaragua cancels work permits of six foreign NGOs, including Oxfam

Ortega accuses the opposition of trying to overthrow him with the support of Washington. 

Canada helps protect vulnerable sectors in Central America against pandemic

The Canadian fund has financed projects in vulnerable communities and populations and promoted human rights in 120 countries over the last 30 years.

Costa Rican foundation denounces cyberattacks by Nicaraguan officials

The foundation of former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias on Monday denounced cyberattacks on its social networks and attributed them to groups related to...

UNICEF executive director talks drought, immigration during visit to Costa Rica

The Tico Times spoke with Henrietta Fore to discuss her role as UNICEF's executive director and the organization's goals in Costa Rica and Central America. 

Russia names National Endowment for Democracy the first ‘undesirable’ foreign group

"The National Endowment for Democracy participated in work to declare the results of election campaigns illegitimate, to organize political demonstrations aimed at influencing decisions taken by state institutions and to discredit service in the Russian armed forces," s statement said.

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