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Nicaragua paper runs blank front page in protest of Ortega government

By Ismael Lopez MANAGUA (Reuters) - Nicaragua's oldest and most-widely read newspaper published its Friday edition with a blank front page in protest against what it says is the government's..
Firstpost - Published

Mothers of April: Relatives of the slain unite in Nicaragua

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The two mothers walked shoulder-to-shoulder ahead of a casket in the northern Nicaraguan city of Esteli, wailing in shared grief at the killings of their sons during a wave of..
Seattle Times - Published

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Business Matters - BM20181231 [Video]Business Matters - BM20181231 

Immigration: Have We Gotten Anywhere?

WFMZ Allentown, PA - Published

Japan To Resume Commercial Whaling [Video]Japan To Resume Commercial Whaling  00:35

E&E News and Science News have announced that Japan is withdrawing from the International Whaling Commission (IWC), Japan plans to resume commercial whaling next year. With its withdrawal from the..

Wochit News - Published

Church Lights [Video]Church Lights 

In Carthage, a Christmas lights display that began as a high school project..

KOAM - Published

Carthage Lights [Video]Carthage Lights 

A Christmas lights display near Carthage, Missouri - that was started as a high school project, is nearing it's tenth year.

KOAM - Published

Family Of South Florida Woman Killed In Costa Rica Suing Airbnb [Video]Family Of South Florida Woman Killed In Costa Rica Suing Airbnb  00:32

The family of a South Florida woman killed in Costa Rica is suing Airbnb and the resort where she was vacationing when she died. Carla Stefaniak’s family filed the lawsuit Thursday. The lawsuit..

CBS4 Miami - Published

New Study Suggests Ptersoaurs Had Feathers Before Dinosaurs Or Birds [Video]New Study Suggests Ptersoaurs Had Feathers Before Dinosaurs Or Birds  00:32

New Study Suggests Ptersoaurs Had Feathers Before Dinosaurs Or Birds

Wochit News - Published

Heart-warming moment old friends were reunited [Video]Heart-warming moment old friends were reunited  03:17

This is the heart-warming moment old friends living on different sides of the planet were reunited over a ‘virtual dining experience.’ Long-term pals from all over the world including the..

Rumble - Published

Mantai - An Ancient Trade City [Video]Mantai - An Ancient Trade City  00:32

According to ScienceMag.org, "Grape seeds found in ancient Sri Lanka may have been imported by Roman merchants... But 1500 years ago, Mantai was a bustling port where merchants traded their era’s..

Wochit News - Published

Climate Change Causing People To Flee To The U.S. [Video]Climate Change Causing People To Flee To The U.S.  00:34

According to CNN, one of the many factors that leads families to seek asylum as refugees in the United States is climate change. The "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes parts of..

Wochit - Published

Girl Trains with Soccer Coach [Video]Girl Trains with Soccer Coach  00:09

This girl wanted to do training drills with her soccer coach. Moving side to side, she repeatedly kicked the ball back to her soccer coach across the field. 

Jukin Media - Published

Flu Epidemics Don't Come From Major Metropolises--But From Somewhere Else [Video]Flu Epidemics Don't Come From Major Metropolises--But From Somewhere Else  00:44

A new study challenges the commonly held belief that flu epidemics originate in large cities. In fact, the four U.S. cities that “seeded” the 2009 flu epidemic are home to between 100,000 to..

Wochit News - Published

Mexico calls for 'full investigation' of U.S. tear gas at border [Video]Mexico calls for 'full investigation' of U.S. tear gas at border  02:07

Mexico’s foreign ministry presented a diplomatic note to the U.S. government on Monday calling for “a full investigation” into what it described as non-lethal weapons directed toward Mexican..

Reuters Studio - Published

Report: Humans Had Better Reduce Emissions Now--Or Else [Video]Report: Humans Had Better Reduce Emissions Now--Or Else  00:48

A major federal report released Friday carries with it a sobering message. According to Science Magazine, the report acknowledges that climate change is already with us. It will also cause growing harm..

Wochit News - Published


It's Getting Harder For Migrants To Win Asylum Cases, Lawyers Say

Immigration lawyers say judges are rejecting more claims based on domestic abuse and gang violence. We have the story of one woman who fled Nicaragua with her infant son.
NPR - Published

4 Nicaraguan police killed by gang near Costa Rica border

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Police in Nicaragua say four officers have been killed by members of a criminal gang in the country’s south near the border with Costa Rica. A statement from the..
Seattle Times - Published

Nicaragua set for talks to avoid regional body expulsion

Mexico agrees to mediate as veteran rebel leader Daniel Ortega faces biggest political challenge
FT.com - Published

Bright Now! Dental in Holiday, FL to Host a Free Dental Clinic

Smiles for Everyone Foundation and Bright Now! Dental Partner to Provide Free Dental Care to Underserved Individuals HOLIDAY, Fla. (PRWEB) January 16, 2019 In Partnership with the Smiles for..
PRWeb - Published

Nicaraguan Supreme Court Justice Slams His Former Ally, President Ortega

The resignation of Rafael Solis, an ally of President Daniel Ortega since the 1970s, is seen as the highest-profile defection in Nicaragua’s political crisis.
NYTimes.com - Published

The Escalating Attack On Press Freedoms In Nicaragua

NPR's Scott Simon talks to Confidencial editor Carlos Fernando Chamorro about the Nicaraguan government's brutal crackdown on press freedoms.
NPR - Published

OAS invokes Inter-American Democratic Charter on Nicaragua

WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the Organization of American States is calling on the body to formally assess the state of democracy in Nicaragua and possibly to take action to “foster the..
Seattle Times - Published

Friday News Roundup - International

Surprise election results in the Democratic Republic of Congo, crackdowns on press freedom in Nicaragua and more stories from around the world.
NPR - Published

Venezuelan bishops denounce Maduro's new presidential term as illegitimate

Caracas, Venezuela, Jan 10, 2019 / 07:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The bishops of Venezuela have said that Nicolas Maduro's swearing in for a second term as president Thursday is illegitimate. “The..
CNA - Published

Former Latin American leaders criticize pope's comments on Nicaragua, Venezuela

San José, Costa Rica, Jan 10, 2019 / 05:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Twenty former heads of state and government from Latin America have written a letter to Pope Francis finding fault with the wording of..
CNA - Published

Center for Vein Restoration Opens First Location in Arizona with Dr. Nick Morrison

Nick Morrison MD, FACS, FACPh partners with CVR to open Mesa center PHOENIX (PRWEB) January 08, 2019 Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is proud to announce its partnership with industry leader..
PRWeb - Published

'Ripped' woman with massive forearms is the oldest known human burial in lower Central America

Archaeologists have uncovered the oldest known human burial in lower Central America: the skeletal remains of a mysterious woman who lived 5,900 years ago in what is now Nicaragua, a new study finds.
FOXNews.com - Published

Journalists Demand Nicaragua Stop Attacking Reporters

Worldwide journalism groups are demanding that the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega stop its attacks on journalists. Costa Rica wants an imprisoned TV journalist released too.
NPR - Published

Nicaraguan bishop reiterates calls for dialogue, respect for human dignity (CNS)

As Daniel Ortega’s regime continues its human rights abuses, the Organization of American States is pondering sanctions against Nicaragua, the Associated Press reported.
Catholic Culture - Published

Nicaraguan Government Cracks Down On Dissenters

As Nicaragua cracks down on dissenters and journalists, the U.S. has imposed sanctions and the Organization of American States branded Daniel Ortega's leftist government a dictatorship.
NPR - Published

OAS head seeks activation of democratic charter on Nicaragua

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — Costa Rica says it has received a request from the head of the Organization of American States to activate a process of invoking the Inter-American Democratic Charter..
Seattle Times - Published

Pope’s Christmas Wish: Peace & brotherhood in world’s conflicts

Vatican City, Dec 25, 2018 / 05:34 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Christmas, Pope Francis prayed for peace and renewed brotherhood in Syria, Yemen, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and other parts of the world..
CNA - Published

Nicaraguan bishop criticizes arrest of journalists

Managua, Nicaragua, Dec 24, 2018 / 02:41 pm (ACI Prensa).- The Auxiliary Bishop of Managua, Silvio José Báez, has criticized the shut down of the 100% Noticias television channel and the arrest of..
CNA - Published

In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

When huge protests demanded that he leave office, President Daniel Ortega’s days seemed numbered. But his repressive response has sent thousands into hiding and tightened his hold on power.
NYTimes.com - Published

In Nicaragua, being young and Catholic 'seems a crime' (Crux)

The regime of President Daniel Ortega has committed “crimes against humanity,” including “murder, arbitrary deprivation of liberty, and the crime of persecution,” according to a 450-page report..
Catholic Culture - Published

Nicaragua's Ortega pushes ahead with crackdowns on dissent

In barely a week's time, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has cemented the authoritarian reputation of his government by shuttering the offices some of the few remaining resonant voices of dissent..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Nicaragua's TV Station Owner Charged With Inciting Hatred

Miguel Mora’s detention signals that President Daniel Ortega’s government is intensifying its crackdown on independent media and human-rights advocates.
Wall Street Journal - Published

Nicaragua news director accused of terror after station raid

The director of a TV station critical of President Daniel Ortega was accused Saturday of inciting terrorism after authorities raided and shut down the station's offices in their latest salvo against..
FOXNews.com - Published

Nicaraguan authorities raid, shut down critical TV station

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Nicaraguan authorities have raided the offices of a critical television station and shut it down, a week after raiding the offices of non-governmental groups and a critical..
Seattle Times - Published

Night of terror: Inside the Catholic church attacked by Nicaragua's paramilitary

Managua, Nicaragua, Dec 21, 2018 / 07:00 pm (CNA).- A fire in the church. Bullet holes in the tabernacle. Students fleeing for their lives. Father Raul Zamora, who serves as parish priest at Divine..
CNA - Published

Trump signs bill to sanction Nicaraguan government

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is signing into law a bill to cut off resources to the government of Nicaragua and provides sanctions against countries that assist the Central American..
Seattle Times - Published

Nicaragua expels outside experts probing protest deaths

Nicaragua announced Wednesday that it was expelling international experts investigating allegations of human rights abuses by security forces during anti-government protests earlier this year in which..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Smiles for Everyone Foundation Has Record Year: Donates Over $3 Million in Dental Services to 4,500 Underserved Individuals

Nearly 1,000 Smile Brands Inc. affiliated volunteers help provide pro bono dental services around the world. IRVINE, Calif. (PRWEB) December 19, 2018 The Smiles for Everyone Foundation (“SFE..
PRWeb - Published

Journalists And NGOs Face Shutdowns, Beatings As Nicaragua Stifles Dissent

The government of Nicaragua's embattled President Daniel Ortega recently ransacked the offices of human rights organizations and an independent media outlet last week.
NPR - Published

Nicaraguan police raid NGO offices, seize records

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Nicaraguan police have raided the offices of five nongovernmental organizations and an independent media outlet, alleging that they participated in seeking the..
Seattle Times - Published

Nicaraguan lawmakers go after allegedly anti-government NGOs

President Daniel Ortega's allies in Nicaragua's legislature are canceling the legal status of non-governmental groups identified as supporting months-long opposition protests.
FOXNews.com - Published

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