The National Police illegally seizes plastic flags for supposedly including a rainbow that resembles a paving stone barricade, a symbol of protest
The case of Nadzeya, a Belarusian woman who protested against dictator Alexander Lukashenko, shows the similarities between the two regimes
U.S Court of Appeals validated Trump’s right to end Temporary Protective Status, a program that has given asylum to over 400,000 immigrants
Nicaraguans in the diaspora attempt to define a common agenda to allow them greater international impact
Bachelet denounces the constant threats, intimidation and assassination, while Daniel Ortega’s government continues to allow impunity.
Interview with a former judge on the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and member of the Court of Conscience on Sexual Violence in Nicaragua
The professors dismissed from the Dentistry School had competed in the election of representatives for the teachers’ union