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Four Years Later, China-Backed Nicaragua Canal Is Paralyzed Or About To Die

TODAY NICARAGUA - The Nicaragua Interoceanic Canal project is either paralyzed, or nonexistent. In June...

Why Didn’t The US Keep The Panama Canal?

TLDR: President Jimmy Carter really wanted to correct an injustice. His National Security Adviser,...

Honduras, The Country That Hates Women

(Q24N) "Here in Honduras, women aren’t worth anything," said Teresa Muñoz, mother of murdered...

Panama Trump Ocean Club Hotel Sold for US$23 Million

TODAY PANAMA - Trump Ocean Club, located in the Punta Pacifica area of ​​Panama...

Resorts in Mexico Accused of Drugging Guests

Several high-end tourist resorts in Mexico have been accused of serving their guests contaminated...

Social Security Protest March Leads To Clashes In Nicaragua (Photos)

A protest over social security changes in Nicaragua has led to clashes between opponents...

Nicaragua Shelves Canal, Promises Port

Of late there has been little or nothing about the Interoceanic Canada project or...

Hurricane Irma Slams Cuba’s Coast

UPDATED (10:00 am) - The storm has left behind significant damage to the region,...

Granada, Nicaragua’s Main Tourist Destination In Chaos and Ruins Due to Clashes

The violence that has subjected Nicaragua since anti-government protests erupted in mid-April has spread...

Did The Simpsons Just Predict Mexico’s Next President?

(Q24N) Panampost.com - The new season of The Simpsons is about to start and...

Nicaragua and Losses in the Tourism Sector

Due to the crisis affecting the country, the tourist sector union estimates that hotels,...

3 Dead, Dozens Injured in Nicaragua Protests

Tragedy. At least three people died last night during protests against reforms to the...

U.S. Embassy In Nicaragua Concerned Over Death Of American

The United States Embassy in Managua, Nicaragua confirmed the death of the American whose...

Nicaragua Certifies Prostitutes as Paralegals

TODAY NICARAGUA - Nicaragua has become the first country in the world to have...

Guatemala Reported To Be Holding Referendum on Belize

The Guatemalan Congress has reportedly voted that the referendum will be held on Sunday,...

Nicaragua Reporter Killed During Facebook Live Report

Angel Gahona was reporting on damage at a bank in the Caribbean coast town...

Nicaragua Police Officers Desert and Hand Over Uniforms

Pistols, bullets, uniforms, and two medals of merit for their service during 13 years...

Mafia of the Poor: Gang Violence and Extortion in Central America

Q24N (via Crisigroup.org) Born in the aftermath of civil war and boosted by mass...

Watch Aftermath of Deadly Guatemala Volcano Eruption From Above

The Fuego Volcano eruption in Guatemala has wreaked havoc in the country, leading to...

Staying Safe In Central America

Q TRAVEL - As the cold begins to grip the northern hemisphere, many start...

Gap between Rich and Poor in Panama Increases

Panama City from the Ancon Hill, a 654-foot hill that overlooks the capital city TODAY...

Clashes in Masaya Leave One Dead and Fire in The Municipal Market

The clashes Saturday afternoon in the city of Masaya left a person dead and...

Nicaragua’s Business Sector Warns of Economic Downturn Should US Relations Crumble

Businessmen in Nicaragua have asked President Daniel Ortega to ease growing tension with the...

El Salvador: Inside The Prison That Guards Are Too Afraid To Enter

The Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, is arguably the most notorious street gang in the...

Anit-Government Protests Have Hit The Heart Of Nicaragua’s Tourism

Granada, the heart of tourism in Nicaragua has stopped beating. Almost all tourists have...

Migrants Up Against Nicaragua’s “Containment Wall”

(IPS) - Nicaragua’s “containment wall”, aimed at bolstering internal security, has been successful...

Three Hondurans Among the 12 Richest In Central America

CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS (Prensa Latina) Honduras, the poorest and most unequal country in Central...

Nicaragua Raises Mininum Wage

(TODAY NICARAGUA) On September 1, the 4.1% rise in the minimum wage for workers...

Nicaragua: International Reporters Attacked And Robbed In Sight Of Police

Arnaldo Arita and Jorge Cabrera, correspondents for the Reuters international news agency in Nicaragua,...

Nicaragua v. USA (1986)

NICARAGUA JOURNAL (Examiner.com) -- The Republic of Nicaragua v. The United States of America...

Nate Wreaks Havoc From Coast to Coast In Nicaragua

Moving up from Costa Rica, Tropical Storm Nate’s arrival in Nicaragua followed two weeks...

Deadly Guatemala Volcano Eruption In Photos

At least 25 people have been killed, while an unconfirmed number of people have...

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