Nicaragua: COSEP Denounces “Smear Campaign”


They claim there are conspiracy plans and present cartoons by PX Molina and Manuel Guillen as proof

Impasse between Ortega and the OAS sends a “bad signal”


The government restricted the OAS mission to only meeting with “parties inscribed in the municipal elections.”

Sergio Ramirez: “Never be silent in the face of power”

Over 200 participants from the worlds of literature, film and journalism were present in Managua this week for the “Central America Speaks” event.

Nicaragua’s Sexual Abuse Epidemic Devastates Young Girls

Abuso sexual, niñas, violencia sexual contra mujeres

Survivors of child sexual abuse speak out. “I don’t want this to happen to other girls.”

The Nica Act Isn’t Our Solution


It’s not the United States’ job to light the candles for the funeral procession. It’s our job.

Undocumented Nicaraguans: “We immigrants had our hopes on Hillary”


Married to a citizen, he hopes to legalize his situation. “There’s a lot of paranoia,” he says

The Day Trump Won, Depression Hit Me


The story of Ana, a young undocumented Nicaraguan in the United States living with the daily terror of being deported.

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