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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...

Nicaragua thanks U.S. for pandemic donations, despite tense relations

The U.S. donated Pfizer vaccines to Nicaragua, despite the two countries’ tense relations.

Timeline: Nicaragua’s authoritarian slide

Nicaragua's first couple, President Daniel Ortega and his wife Vice President Rosario Murillo, are both in their 70s but they show no signs of being willing to let go of power.

Nicaragua to impose jail time for spreading what government deems ‘false news’

Critics say the law is will further a climate of repression that has existed in Nicaragua since the 2018 anti-government protests.

‘Foreign agents’ bill advances in Nicaragua despite international rejection

Nicaragua will hold presidential and legislative elections in 2021. The ruling Sandinista Front (FSLN) of President Ortega will seek his third successive re-election since 2007.

US imposes sanctions on Nicaragua bank, senior officials

The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on a Nicaraguan bank and two senior officials.

International rejection grows against project that threatens NGOs and journalists in Nicaragua

Pompeo questioned what he defined as intensified attack against political opponents and independent media in Nicaragua

US says Ortega has become Somoza, the ‘dictator’ he opposed

Pompeo questioned what he defined as intensified attack against political opponents and independent media in Nicaragua

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...

US slaps sanctions on son of Nicaragua president

The United States on Friday slapped sanctions on another son of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, accusing him of using a public relations firm to spread propaganda.

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