The course of Mr. Ortega’s own political history should serve as reminder that overthrowing a government can be the citizens’ response when all other avenues for dissent are shut.
The country is facing a severe water supply crisis after a three year drought.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit Cerro Negro and enjoy its adventurous plans.
Gran controversia ha desatado el fallo del organismo internacional.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), based in the Hague, the Netherlands, has voted in favor of taking on an ongoing dispute filed by Nicaragua against Colombia.
Costa Rican officials announced plans this week to relocate migrants from Haiti, Asia and Africa who have been camped out near the country’s border with Nicaragua hoping to get across and continue north to the United States.
A former Contra guerrilla was chosen to be the presidential candidate for Nicaragua’s Constitutionalist Liberal Party, or PLC
The Spanish dreamt it in the 16th century,so did Napoleon III, now it it the dream of Chinese billionaire Wang Jing. But would it ever be a reality?
Nicaragua must scrap a deal to build a massive inter-oceanic canal as it tramples on the environment and human rights, a leading rights body says.
Study says the jaguar, white-lipped peccary and Baird's tapir would be under higher threats of extinction when the canal is built.
Daniel Ortega, a former guerrilla commander who first won the presidency in 1985, is almost certain to win a third consecutive term, and his fourth overall.
A petition signed by 28,000 Nicaraguans urged the legislature to block the state’s award of the concession to build the canal project to a Chinese consortium
A coalition of opposition parties in Nicaragua has called on voters to boycott November's presidential poll, accusing incumbent President Ortega of trying to create a "dynastic dictatorship".
Para bien y para mal, la figura del presidente nicaragüense Daniel Ortega está indisolublemente ligada a la de Anastasio Somoza, a quien él mismo ayudó a expulsar del poder el 19 de julio de 1979.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has won a third consecutive term in office.
“The mass ouster of opposition lawmakers is an unprecedented move in Nicaraguan history, and with it (President) Daniel Ortega... is staging a coup on the legislature,
What started as one of the biggest economic projects in the region ended as a mysterious flop.