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Young Nicaraguan Photographers Focus Their Lenses on the Civic Rebellion

Civic Rebellion

We spoke with photographers 30 and under who told us how they experience the protests by documenting historic images.

Cafe in Nicaragua Staffed by the Hearing Impaired Reinvents Itself

Cafe in Nicaragua

The coffee shop entirely staffed by the deaf has temporarily closed its Granada locale and now seeks to reinvent itself in Managua.

“The FSLN Doesn’t Represent the Values of International Socialism”


The violation of human rights, the inexistent balance of powers, and the “delinquent socialism” of the FSLN are the reasons given for expelling the gov

“El FSLN no representaba los valores de la Internacional Socialista”

La violación de derechos humanos, la nula división de poderes, y el “socialismo delincuencial” del FSLN, causas de expulsión del partido de Gobierno

Ortega’s Female Political Prisoners Expose the Regime’s Mistreatment to MEPs

“We will not back down for anything,” said Irlanda Jerez in a video released by MEP Ana Gomes, where she shows the cells of the prisoners.

Presas políticas expusieron a eurodiputados los maltratos del régimen

presas políticas

“No echaremos pie atrás por nada”, manifestó Irlanda Jerez en un video divulgado por la eurodiputada Ana Gomes, donde muestra las celdas de las presas.

Levis Artola, the “Foreign Minister” of UNAN-Managua

He always wore a jacket and tie, even at the student demonstrations. His diplomatic pose made him be called “the foreign minister.”

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