Costa Rica expresses its “deep concern” for Nicaragua at UN

In his speech, Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado denounced the detention of Nicaraguan political opponents, journalists and students

Sanctions against regime companies and high ranking officials demanded: “There’s no future with Ortega”

Jennie Lincoln of the Carter Center urges documenting the evidence of electoral fraud on November 7th.

Urgent investigation needed on torture of Ortega’s political prisoners

If the in-situ visit is not authorized, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights can establish the legal presumption that torture does exists.

Ortega’s first political prisoner marks 10 years in jail

The torment lived by Marvin Vargas hangs over all of Daniel Ortega’s political prisoners.

From Leon to Stanford University: the story of a young migrant in the US

Michelle was valedictorian at Miami Dade High School and excelled as a civic activist, which earned her a scholarship to the prestigious university

The sacrifices of Nicaraguans abroad fuel increased remittances

Nicaraguans outside the country work as many as four different jobs, in order to send money to family members affected by the three years of crisis

Ortega refuses prisoner Max Jerez a final visit with his mother

Max Jerez wasn’t allowed to see his dying mother. Pleas to the police and the courts fell on deaf ears

Nicaraguan migration in numbers

10.8% of the population has emigrated. CONFIDENCIAL compiled official data on Nicaraguan migrants in the main destination countries

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