Alzheimer’s May Get Guatemala Drug Trafficker Out of Prison

  Twenty years ago, the United States patiently prepared a punishment for Waldemar Lorenzana Lima,...

The Death of Democracy in Ortega’s Nicaragua

Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega is running for reelection, this time with his wife, Rosario Murillo,...

Sinaloa Cartel Has the Biggest Air Fleet in Mexico

(Q24N) If the Sinaloa cartel was an airline, it would be the largest in...

Is Mexico ready for gay marriage?

In September, some 100 cities in all 32 Mexican states hosted a so-called “March...

What Chapo’s Narrow Escape Means for Mexico

Q24N  (Insightcrime.org) - Mexico's recent near-miss in recapturing notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo"...

Countdown Begins to Honduran Elections

The countdown has begun for the eight candidates who will be on the Nov....

Airbnb and Cuba: a match made in capitalist heaven

TODAY CUBA - The home-rental company Airbnb has opened for business in Havana, bringing...

Scientists Discover in Cuba Aggressive New HIV Strain

TODAY CUBA - Reports of people in Cuba infected by new strain developing AIDS...

Panamanians of African Descent Face Discrimination, UNDP Says

(QPANAMA) People of African descent, who represent over nine percent of the population without...

Rally Shows Daniel Ortega Still Has Lots Of Support

Managua, Nicaragua – Embattled Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, battered by two weeks of street...

Cuban Hotel Becomes First to Operate Under US Brand

HAVANA – A large “Four Points by Sheraton” sign has gone up outside the...

Fidel Castro Re-Appears in Public For First Time in Over a Year

TODAY CUBA (La Habana -Havana) - Former Cuban President Fidel Castro, 88, appeared in...

Taiwan warships drop anchor in Nicaragua amid sinking ties with China

TAIPEI (Reuters) – A Taiwanese naval “Friendship Flotilla” of warships dropped anchor in Nicaragua...

Informal Employment Increase Nearly 6% in Panama

Children in a poor Panama City neighborhood play soccer. The Panama Canal has brought...

Fidel Castro breaks silence on US-Cuba rapprochement

QCOSTARICA (DigitalJournal) Cuban leader Fidel Castro has broken his silence on a historic rapprochement...

US Ambassador to Panama Resigns, Says Cannot Serve Trump

(Reuters) U.S. Ambassador to Panama John Feeley, a career diplomat and former Marine Corps...

Nicaragua to Fight Narcos with Warplanes? Don’t Believe It

TODAY NICARAGUA - Recent claims by Nicaragua that it intends to buy Russian fighter...

Panamanian Banks will Face Glim Outlook in 2017

TODAY PANAMA – The Panamanian bank system will face a glim 2017, according to...

The Stalled Money Laundering Case against El Salvador’s ‘Chepe Diablo’

CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS (InsightCrime.org) -- The financial records and bank accounts of Texis Cartel...

Ford Reverses Plan, Announces Move to Mexico for Production of Electric Cars

Ford Motor Company has announced its line of electric cars will be assembled in...

International Tobacco Festival in Nicaragua

TODAY NICARAGUA - On 14 January 2015 the Nicaraguan Association of Tobacco will be...

How Life Has Changed For These Cuban Women Over 20 years

Norma Guillard. Credit: Matt Rogers (TODAY CUBA) Cuba had a big year in 2016 —...

Acapulco Listed as Mexico’s Most Dangerous City

(Q24N) Acapulco is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Mexico, but it is...

World’s Longest Non-Stop Flight Announced: Dubai – Panama City

TODAY PANAMA - Emirates will become the holder of the longest continuous airline route...

Lawmakers Pressure Trump To Let Central Americans Stay In The US

Lawmakers from across the country are trying to build support in Congress to pressure...

Nicaragua: More Investment in Tourism Infrastructure

TODAY NICARAGUA - The state port company has announced it will begin construction of...

As Venezuela struggles, Nicaragua feels a chill

TODAY NICARAGUA - Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Laura Estela Leclair has been serving ice cream for...

Climate Change Dries Up Nicaragua

TODAY NICARAGUA (IPS) - A three-year drought, added to massive deforestation in the past...

Protest Over Infrastructure Turns Violent in Panama

COLON, PANAMA —  A protest over infrastructure and insecurity turned into violent clashes with...

Daniel Ortega Meets Members of UN Subcommittee against Torture

TODAY NICARAGUA NEWS - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega met on Friday with representatives of...

Nicaragua Violence Rages, Death Toll Climbs To 137

(AFP) Masaya, a city battling at the front lines of Nicaragua’s heated anti-government protests,...

Elections: Protests in Honduran Autonomous University

Students from the Honduran National Autonomous University (UNAH) protested because of the triumph of...

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