Police release Justina Orozco.

Map. History of Nicaragua conflict

19 February 2020
Juigalpa Nicaragua: Army troops, firefighters, MARENA, INAFOR, Mayor and Enacal continue to work hard to control the brush fire in the San Ramón district of the city of Juigalpa, Chontales.
Police release Justina Orozco.
UN ambassadors of Russia, Syria, Iran, China, NK, Nicaragua, Palestinian observer, and ForMin of Venezuela preparing to brief the press
A taxi driver is killed by a shot in the head when opposing an assault in the el Mayoreo sector.
1 year ago
Nigeria vice president reportedly survives helicopter crash-landing.
Osinbajo's Helicopter Crash-Lands In Kogi State.1 year ago
Osinbajo's Helicopter Crash-Lands In Kogi State.
Venezuela deserves to be free, Nicaragua also deserves to be free, and this administration will always say 'Viva Cuba libre.', Says @VP Mike Pence.1 year ago
"Venezuela deserves to be free, Nicaragua also deserves to be free, and this administration will always say 'Viva Cuba libre.', Says @VP Mike Pence.
U.S. sanctions a Nicaraguan oil company subsidiary of Venezuela's PDVSA
Nicaragua Reports of detonations on the side of the mayor's office in Estelí, almost in front of the house of the local police chief.
The EU, ready to "use all means" to solve the crisis in Nicaragua
To defend with hardness the democracy in nations like Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, is one of the main tasks of the foreign policy of the Trump administration - This was reiterated by Vice President Pence, to the US ambassadors around the Globe.
The Mexican government now says that its neutrality (or tacit support, depending on how look at it) to Venezuela and Nicaragua is because it wants to play a mediating role.
This is how the @TSJ_Venezuela receives foreign delegations participating in the inauguration of @NicolasMaduro for a new presidential term. Already present Salvador Sanchez of El Salvador, Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, Miguel Diaz-Canel of Cuba and Evo Morales Bolivia.
CostaRica will chair extraordinary session of the @OEA_oficial on the crisis in Nicaragua
Countries asked the OAS to see crisis in Nicaragua
Protests in the middle of an extraordinary session at the OAS to address the crisis in Nicaragua.
OAS special session: After 8 months of the protests in Nicaragua, the commission has ascertained that the repression has been increasing, and in the last two months the government has not allowed any demonstrations.
OAS special session: The persecution of protesters, students and politicians opposed to the government of Nicaragua during the protests are factors that must be criminalized.
The delegations of Venezuela and Nicaragua reject the convening of the extraordinary session of the Permanent Council of the @OEA_oficial
Costa Rica will preside over an extraordinary session of the Permanent Council of the OAS, with the purpose of dealing with the crisis in Nicaragua, in which it will discuss the abuses of human rights in the country.
OAS calls extraordinary session for Thursday due to crisis in Nicaragua
Dilon Zeledón, imprisoned since June 21, is accused of "betrayal" and because of several tortures he no longer listens with his right ear.
The number of protesters imprisoned in Nicaragua is 674.
In Nicaragua, a Russian woman poured acid on a priest. Woman detained
1 year ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - Nicaragua
US sanctions Vice President of Nicaragua and an advisor to President Ortega
#Nicaragua: first lady, Rosario Murillo, ordered to go "with everything" against protests
Nicaragua authorizes the entry of Cuban and Venezuelan military into its territory "for the purpose of humanitarian exercises, training, and exchange of experiences.". The Assembly also approved the entry of military personnel from the United States, Taiwan and the Central American countries.
CCTV footage shows Nicaraguan police providing support to a pro-government paramilitary that burned down a family's home in the Managua neighborhood of Carlos Marx, with the family inside.
1 year ago
Government of Nicaragua has 237 opponents imprisoned for considering them "terrorists"
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