Ruling Party in Nicaragua Offers Little Transparency Regarding Campaign

TODAY NICARAGUA NEWS – Ruling party in Nicaragua offers little transparency regarding campaign. The...

Why is Honduras So Violent?

Q24N (Insightcrime.org) - Times are tough in Honduras. Worse, many of the country’s challenges...

Coca-Cola Going Flat in Mexico

It may be the case that more deaths occur in Mexico due to sugary...

Nicaragua: Step Backwards On Clean Energy

TODAY NICARAGUA - The private sector has rejected the action taken by the Ministry...

More Than 7,000 Guatemalan Children Involved in Crime in 2013

Minors involved in crimes in Guatemala in 2013 amounted 7,518; 3,227 more than the...

Salvadorians Demand Trial Against Former President Flores

CENTRAL AMERICA - Salvadorian social organizations are demanding that former President Francisco Flores (1999-2004)...

More and More Chinese Steel in Central America

CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS - The continuous increase in sales of steel from China to...

US Uses Migration Issue to Undermine Cuban Revolution

Q24N (Prensa Latina) The French academic Salim Lamrani noted "the historic will of the...

The Legacy of Fidel Castro: A Millionaire Military Caste in Perpetual Power

TODAY CUBA By Dr. Hilda Molina – Fidel Castro has died at 90 years...

Guatemala Ex-President Pleads Guilty to Corruption, Money Laundering

Former Guatemala President Alfonso Portillo has pleaded guilty to charges of accepting bribes and...

A Real-Life ‘House of Cards’ in Nicaragua

(NY Times) MANAGUA, Nicaragua — She started out as a teenage mother working as...

Present and Future of Solar Energy in Central America

CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS -- Although the installed capacity is currently small, strong growth is...

Elections: Protests in Honduran Autonomous University

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

Telecommunications In Nicaragua Will Get More Expensive

  TODAY NICARAGUA - The private sector is opposed to the new fees and charges...

Low Turnout In Elections in Nicaragua

Low turnout in elections in Nicaragua(Today Nicaragua) MANAGUA – Nicaraguans began voting this morning...

Central America has a Weak Economic and Human Development

Q24N (Prensa Latina) Central America suffers a vicious circle of low levels of economic...

Nicaragua Ups Minimum Wage 9%

TODAY NICARAGUA - After two years of not agreeing, the morning of Thursday, January...

Panama Arrests Former President

TODAY PANAMA - Panama City, Panama - Panamanian authorities have arrested former president Ricardo...

A Dubious Chinese Link To The Grand Nicaragua Canal

TODAY NICARAGUA (MANGUA) If it actually gets built, the Interoceanic Grand Canal — which...

Nicaragua Continues Search For Missing Trapped Miners

TODAY NICARAGUA NEWS (La Prensa) - The search for the trapped miners was suspended...

Fidel Castro Visits Cheese-Makers in Rare Public Appearance

(TODAY CUBA) HAVANA — Former Cuban President Fidel Castro, 88, visited 19 cheese masters...

Nicaragua Lowering of Electricity Rates

TODAY NICARAGUA - The productive sector has indicated that the savings generated by the...

Cuban Farmers Shrug Off Promise of Private Ownership

MATANZAS, CUBA — Cuba’s decision to change its constitution and allow private property ownership...

Central America and the Caribbean Prepare to Stop Ebola

CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS (Diaologo-Americas) -- Central American countries are coordinating their efforts and exchanging...

100,000 Panamanian Construction Workers Could Go On Strike

TODAY PANAMA  On April 1, 100,000 construction workers could go on strike if the...

Inter-American Press Association denounces the government’s war against independent media

The Inter-American Press Association (IAPA) said in a statement that the arrest of Miguel...

Nicaragua Responds To Requests To Lower Electricity Rates

TODAY NICARAGUA - The Ortega administration has attended to the demands of the real...
U.S. President Barack Obama attends a state dinner hosted by Cuban President Raul Castro in Havana

Brother Obama: Cuba Doesn’t Need ‘Empire’ For Anything

(Q24N) In an article published in La Granma, Fidel Castro blasts the first visit...

Ortega A No-Show. Protesters Refuse to Back Down.

MANAGUA – The crowds waited. The official and independent press waited. They had been...

Votes In Nicaragua “Are Counted Beforehand” Criticizes Writer and Former Ortega Vice-President

  Nicaraguan writer and former vice-president in the Ortega 1985-1990 administration, Sergio Ramirez. Photo from...

“The strong U.S. reaction reflects a certain frustration”

Nicaragua’s former Foreign Minister, Francisco Aguirre Sacasa, says that U.S. president Donald Trump and...

A Law on Public-Private Partnerships for Nicaragua

  Bayardo Arce, presidential adviser speaking to members of Cetainic. Photo: Henry Padilla TODAY NICARAGUA –...

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