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EU, US widen Nicaragua sanctions as Ortega begins new term

The United States and European Union broadened pressure on Nicaragua Monday with economic sanctions and travel bans as strongman Daniel Ortega began a fourth...

US imposes sanctions on Nicaragua bank, senior officials

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

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.

US puts heads of El Salvador MS-13 gang on sanctions list

The U.S. Treasury accused two top figures in the notorious gang of orchestrating assassinations against officials.

US-Venezuela clash threatens to overshadow upcoming Summit of the Americas

Panamanian authorities have been meeting with counterparts of different countries, seeking to decrease the spiraling political tension after U.S. President Barack Obama ordered new sanctions against Venezuela.

Obama orders deeper Venezuela sanctions over abuses

Obama ordered the freezing of U.S. properties and bank accounts of seven officials, including the director general of the intelligence service and the director of the national police.

Obama urges Putin to back down in Ukraine or face new steps

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — U.S. President Barack Obama urged Russia to de-escalate the crisis over Ukraine or face the consequences of more sanctions if it encroaches further into the east of the country after its annexation of Crimea.

Ukraine crisis escalates as US, Europe hit Russians with sanctions

The international crisis over Ukraine escalated sharply Monday as the United States and Europe imposed sanctions on senior Russian political and military figures, and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree recognizing the Ukrainian region of Crimea as an independent state.

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