Antonia Urrejola’s Appointment Brings “Great Expectations” in Nicaragua

Chilean lawyer Antonia Urrejola was elected as president of the 2021 Board of Directors of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

European Deputies Analyze Election Panorama for Nicaragua

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European deputies say they’ll “remain on the side of the Nicaraguan people.” They pledge to exert more pressure on the Ortega regime.

More than 3,000 people deceased with covid-19 symptoms in Nicaragua

In the last month, 51 people suspected of having coronavirus have died. Meanwhile, Minsa suppresses death toll and promotes slow vaccination process

The Dangerous Hate Speech of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo in Nicaragua

The rulers are giving the green light to a fanatical minority. It amounts to permission to insult insult, assault, and even kill.

Roman Gonzalez Lost More than a World Title

A large part of the Nicaraguans themselves booed Roman Gonzalez, minutes before the fight started.

What Happened to Haulover, Nicaragua?

Four months after the destruction left by hurricanes, indigenous communities are still suffering the ravages. This documentary shows their reality.

2021 Presidential Elections: There’s no opening for international observation

Observers should be invited six months before the election. Ipade has been confiscated and EyT limited by “foreign agents” law

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