Nicaragua and the Trap of a Civil War

Silvio Prado

“Surely, the darkness of war covers any brightness of what could be called civil…there is no more disputable name for war than a civil war”.

Nicaraguan Neurosurgeon Reveals Torture Cases He’s Attended

Yader Luna

Josmar Briones supported the demonstrators since the protests began and was a witness to the human rights violations

What Ortega Has in Common with Other Dictators?

Manuel Iglesia-Caruncho

Dictators, besides being repressive, are liars. They can also pretend that they are not interested in riches, but they always die affluent.

Fact-checking Daniel Ortega’s Version of Events

Fact-checking Daniel Ortega

He denies the existence of paramilitary forces, political prisoners, torture, corruption and nepotism.

Nicaragua: From Hope to Tragedy

Roberto Pizarro

At 39 years of the heroic deed, the tragic events happening in Nicaragua are particularly painful for Chileans.

Nicaragua’s Female Political Prisoners Suffer Inhumane Conditions

Political Prisoners
Maynor Salazar

The water used for bathing produces fungi in their skin and they have no access to medicines, although one of them suffers terminal cancer.

Legal Challenge Filed against Nicaragua’s New “Terrorism” Law

Iván Olivares

Appeal filed to have the Law of Financing Terrorism overturned as partially unconstitutional: “Who classifies a group as terrorist?” they ask.

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