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Nicaragua Protests

Nicaraguan government cracks down on doctors, thousands hit the streets

Thousands marched Saturday against President Daniel Ortega's government and his crackdown against doctors who treated injured protestors that Ortega calls terrorists.

Life after the brutal attack in Monimbó

It was dawn on July 17, 2018, two days before the 39th anniversary of the Nicaraguan revolution, when armed and hooded paramilitary forces, under police protection, attacked hundreds of Monimbó’s youth.

Nicaragua’s Ortega defends parapolice violence as US steps up warning

Ortega blamed the United States for stirring up unrest.

Thousands march to back Nicaragua bishops after Ortega attacks

Thousands of Nicaraguans marched through their capital on Saturday in a show of support for the country's bishops whom President Daniel Ortega has accused...

“Comandante Macha,” the young woman with cancer fighting from the barricades in Jinotepe

With a homemade mortar on her shoulder, a blue-and-white flag as a cape, and a gas mask to protect her from tear gas, Nahomy...

Nicaraguan student leaders meet with former President Oscar Arias

Four student leaders from the 19th of April Student Movement in Nicaragua met with former President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Oscar Arias on...

It’s been 100 days since Nicaragua’s heroic uprising started

An average of three Nicaraguans have been killed every day due to government oppression since the peaceful resistance started 100 days ago. The numbers vary...

The Tico Times partners with La Prensa to bring more coverage from Nicaragua

Information is another weapon in Nicaragua. It’s not the lack of it that’s dangerous, it’s the manipulation. The violence and unrest in Nicaragua is easy...

US warns Nicaragua as more killed in unrest

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — The United States on Tuesday warned Nicaragua to halt violence against opposition groups as at least four more people were killed...

Hoping for a safe haven in Costa Rica

The flow of Nicaraguans to Costa Rica continues to increase.

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