Kenneth Roth points out that dictatorships are increasingly “threatened” and assures that in Nicaragua “zombie” elections were held
Pegasus spyware operators in El Salvador were seeking the sources and personal data of journalists and members of civil society
Lawyer for the victims, questions the fact that the immediate arrest of the Iranian was not requested even though he had an Interpol warrant
Allowing Cubans open entrance into Nicaragua has activated a new migratory route, one that could bring another wave of Cubans hoping to enter the USA
He has never given in to power and when Ortega regained the government in 2007, he did not accept positions, perks, or privileges.
At least 22 collaborators with the digital news site El Faro were hacked 226 times by the Pegasus spyware, between July 2020 and November 2021.
Alliance for Democracy sees democracy, human rights, and press freedom as being under attack in the region
Families spying on other families, and “lookouts” who for a few pesos will alert Ortega’s police about anyone “suspicious”