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Nicaraguans in the USA to Give Ortega a “Fabulous” Welcome

The Nicaraguan community based in the USA is preparing to protest against the president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, who is expected to attend the UN General Assembly on Wednesday in New York. The organizers expect to receive delegations from New Jerse... Continue reading

Nicaragua’s Tourism Industry Remains Crippled by Insecurity

According to Valenti, the key to this sector’s recovery lies in international tourism returning to the country, which will only happen if a safe environment is restored. “The tourism industry is all about confidence, a tourist will only go where they feel safe and confident.” Continue reading

Republican Bob Corker Pays a Visit to Havana

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez met in Havana Wednesday with Bob Corker, president of the Foreign Relations Committee of the United States Senate, visiting the island, reported dpa news. The senator is not seeking reelection in the November US C... Continue reading

Havana Weather for September 20-26

The days will begin with little cloudiness in Havana. In the afternoons there will be a slight increase in the probability of isolated showers, which may be more intense towards the south of the capital. The high temperatures will be between 31 and 32° C (88 and 90 F), while the lows will be around 23° C (73 F). Continue reading

Nicaragua’s Civic Alliance Announces More Actions

Five months after the protests against the Government of Nicaragua began, the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy announced in a statement that it will continue with the peaceful struggle throughout the country as well as work to include more sect... Continue reading

Bianca Jagger Asks Washington to Cut Funding for Daniel Ortega

Human Rights activist Bianca Jagger has been in Washington since Monday, where she is holding meetings with representatives of international organizations such as the OAS and the US government in search of greater pressure on the president of Nicaragua... Continue reading

Cuban Gov. Lambasts Almagro’s Open Door to Military Intervention in Venezuela

The Cuban government said today that the OAS Secretary General, Luis Almagro, crossed "the red line" by stating that a military intervention against the Venezuelan government of Nicolas Maduro is not ruled out. Continue reading

Cuban Gov. Sees Worsening Relations with the United States

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said Sunday that his country's relations with the United States are in retreat and asked President Donald Trump for a respectful dialogue. The Cuban president is preparing to travel to New York for the upcoming sessio... Continue reading

US Congressional Progressive Caucus Condemns Ortega’s Repression in Nicaragua

The Progressive Caucus of the United States Congress condemned the violence and human rights violations in Nicaragua, which has caused more than 400 deaths as a result of the repression of the regime of Daniel Ortega. "We cannot remain silent." Continue reading

US Congressional Progressive Caucus Condemns Ortega’s Repression in Nicaragua

The Progressive Caucus of the United States Congress condemned the violence and human rights violations in Nicaragua, which has caused more than 400 deaths as a result of the repression of the regime of Daniel Ortega. "We cannot remain silent." Continue reading

Thousands of Balloons Launched in Protest against Ortega in Nicaragua

Thousands of blue and white balloons, colors of the national flag, appeared today in the streets of different cities and towns of the country as a new form of citizen resistance against the Government of Daniel Ortega, in coincidence with the patriotic... Continue reading

Thousands of Balloons Launched in Protest against Ortega in Nicaragua

Thousands of blue and white balloons, colors of the national flag, appeared today in the streets of different cities and towns of the country as a new form of citizen resistance against the Government of Daniel Ortega, in coincidence with the patriotic... Continue reading

Cuba in these Days of Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

If the current atmospheric conditions persist - a layer of dry air and changing wind in the height - Isaac will weaken, becoming a tropical depression, and turning his course towards the south, without representing danger for Cuba. However that path i... Continue reading

Cuba in these Days of Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

If the current atmospheric conditions persist - a layer of dry air and changing wind in the height - Isaac will weaken, becoming a tropical depression, and turning his course towards the south, without representing danger for Cuba. However that path i... Continue reading

Thousands March in Nicaragua Demanding Release of Political Prisoners

Thousands of protesters marched again Thursday in the capital of Nicaragua, to demand the release of more than 300 persons imprisoned for participating in protests, while the opposition Civic Alliance announced that it seeks unity with other political ... Continue reading

Thousands March in Nicaragua Demanding Release of Political Prisoners

Thousands of protesters marched again Thursday in the capital of Nicaragua, to demand the release of more than 300 persons imprisoned for participating in protests, while the opposition Civic Alliance announced that it seeks unity with other political ... Continue reading

Havana Weather for September 13-19

The days will stay warm, with temperatures between 31 and 32° C (88 and 90 F), and the lows 23° C (73 F). The winds will be variable, with speeds between 15 and 25 km/h. The sea surface temperature will be 29° C (84 F). Continue reading

Havana Weather for September 13-19

The days will stay warm, with temperatures between 31 and 32° C (88 and 90 F), and the lows 23° C (73 F). The winds will be variable, with speeds between 15 and 25 km/h. The sea surface temperature will be 29° C (84 F). Continue reading

Arrests of Young People and Judicial Farce Continues in Nicaragua

The Nicaraguan Prosecutor's Office filed a formal accusation based on fabricated charges Tuesday against university leader Edwin Carcache and four other students arrested last week for participating in protests against the government, Continue reading

Arrests of Young People and Judicial Farce Continues in Nicaragua

The Nicaraguan Prosecutor's Office filed a formal accusation based on fabricated charges Tuesday against university leader Edwin Carcache and four other students arrested last week for participating in protests against the government, Continue reading

OAS to Hold Special Session Wednesday on Nicaragua

The Organization of American States (OAS) today summoned the Permanent Council to an extraordinary session on Wednesday, September 12, to address the situation in Nicaragua, where at least 320 people have died since protests began in April. Continue reading

OAS to Hold Special Session Wednesday on Nicaragua

The Organization of American States (OAS) today summoned the Permanent Council to an extraordinary session on Wednesday, September 12, to address the situation in Nicaragua, where at least 320 people have died since protests began in April. Continue reading

Mexico’s Global Air Sued in US for Plane Crash in Cuba

The families of three of the 112 people who died in an air accident in May in Cuba recently filed a lawsuit in the United States against the Mexican airline Global Air for alleged negligence. The suit was filed in recent days before a Chicago court by... Continue reading

Mexico’s Global Air Sued in US for Plane Crash in Cuba

The families of three of the 112 people who died in an air accident in May in Cuba recently filed a lawsuit in the United States against the Mexican airline Global Air for alleged negligence. The suit was filed in recent days before a Chicago court by... Continue reading

Police Brand Nicaraguan Student Edwin Carcache as a “Terrorist Leader”

Senior Commissioner, Farlen Roa, second in command at the feared interrogation prison known as El Chipote, accused Carcache of being the leader of a “terrorist” band that committed aggravated robbery, obstruction of government functions, facilitating tax evasion, illegal possession of firearms, attempted homicide, very serious injuries and fires to the detriment of the State of Nicaragua. Continue reading

Police Brand Nicaraguan Student Edwin Carcache as a “Terrorist Leader”

Senior Commissioner, Farlen Roa, second in command at the feared interrogation prison known as El Chipote, accused Carcache of being the leader of a “terrorist” band that committed aggravated robbery, obstruction of government functions, facilitating tax evasion, illegal possession of firearms, attempted homicide, very serious injuries and fires to the detriment of the State of Nicaragua. Continue reading