Land Invaders Killed Indigenous People in a Nicaraguan Nature Reserve
The attack by heavily armed men that killed 15 people took place while the victims were mining gold at a sacred site within their ancestral territory.
A Brutal Crackdown in Nicaragua Is Fueling A New Wave of Migrants to the US
For decades, migration from Nicaragua has been low, but the number of people arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border from the Central American nation is now surging.
Notorious MS-13 'Mastermind' Was Arrested With $400,000 In Cash
David Campbell Licona narrowly escaped capture from his mansion in 2016 and had been on the run ever since. The arrest suggests the role of the street gang in international cocaine trafficking could be growing.
Daniel Ortega Just Arrested the Woman Challenging Him For Nicaragua's Presidency
Cristiana Chamorro, a member of Nicaragua’s most prominent family and a press freedom advocate, has been charged with money laundering, an accusation she says is designed to keep her out of the November presidential race.
Nicaragua's First Black Presidential Candidate Keeps Getting Targeted by the Cops
George Henríquez is making history as he fights for the rights of marginalized Black and Indigenous populations of the Atlantic Coast.
Journalists Accused of 'Fake News' Could Get Thrown in Jail Under Proposed Nicaragua Law
Lawmakers are likely to pass new legislation that will track the income of foreign journalists and mandate jail time for false news.
Court Rules Trump Can Deport 300,000 Migrants Who've Lived in the U.S. Legally for Years
Migrants from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Sudan would leave behind as many as 200,000 children who are American citizens.
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Sopa de Pollo (Nicaraguan Chicken Soup) Recipe
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Nicaragua's government is brutally cracking down on its people, but protests are spreading
“They buried our democracy, and now they’re burying our people.”
The Violence Central American Migrants Are Fleeing Was Stoked by the US
We're still dealing with the aftermath of atrocities committed by US allies in Central America during the Cold War.
A deadly crackdown is only fueling more protests against Nicaragua's president
“We’re going to keep resisting until this government resigns.”