“I long for the day when we are reunited”: The painful burden of families separated by migration

Four Nicaraguans share how they cope with separation from family members forced to migrate and the challenges they face in their daily life

Nicaragua closer to suspension from the OAS

Resolution of OAS Foreign Ministers initiates application of Article 20 of the Inter-American Democratic Charter.

José Miguel Vivanco: The options of the OAS in international negotiations

Director of Human Rights Watch suggests: “A high level OAS, EU, UN commission to deliver an ultimatum to Ortega”

Michael Shifter: There is a debate in U.S. Government on how to pressure Ortega

President of the Inter-American Dialogue: OAS resolution strengthens isolation, but assesses impact of economic actions

Nicaraguan journalism student arrested for undisclosed “crime”

The system contains notice that an accusation has been filed against young dissenter Samantha Jiron, but doesn’t specify the charges against her

Businessman behind Nicaragua Canal says project with Ortega is still on

Wang Jing congratulated Ortega and Murillo for their reelection and affirmed his “faith in the project” he once promised to build, but never began

The dictator is still there

Costa Rica, Chile, the United States, and the European Union did the right thing by not recognizing these elections as legitimate.

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