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Nicaraguan plantation workers ‘poisoned’ by pesticides fight for justice

Hundreds of Nicaraguan plantation workers left sick or sterile after working with a noxious pesticide in the 1970s were dealt a blow this week...

In Costa Rica, Nicaraguan exiles demonstrate against Ortega’s Re-Election

Dozens of Nicaraguan exiles demonstrated Sunday in Costa Rica against President Daniel Ortega who will start his fourth consecutive term in office in Nicaragua...

Tougher times ahead for Nicaraguans under pariah Ortega

Nicaraguans face a future of repression and economic hardship under long-term leader Daniel Ortega, who won elections Sunday widely denounced as a "sham," analysts...

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.

Relatives of opponents imprisoned in Nicaragua say mistreatment persists

Ortega, 75, in power since 2007, is seeking his fourth consecutive term, with no rivals to put his reelection at risk.

Crisis in Nicaragua causes migration spike

The largest exodus in recent decades between Nicaragua and the United States reached a peak in July.

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.

Fleeing Nicaragua: Fight another day

The Tico Times talks to refugees who fled Nicaragua about their time in the protests, the subsequent persecution and how they fled to Costa Rica. In part two, we talk to former government allies, enemies and previously neutral bystanders about why they joined protests against the government.

Fleeing Nicaragua: Joining forces against the government

The Tico Times talks to refugees who fled Nicaragua about their time in the protests, the subsequent persecution and how they fled to Costa Rica. In part two, we talk to former government allies, enemies and previously neutral bystanders about why they joined protests against the government.

Soy pico rojo: the new form of protest in Nicaragua

The social networks have filled with photos of men and women wearing red lipstick as a way of protest against the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega.

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