Nicaragua's regime has reportedly greenlighted the entry of Russian forces into the Central American country, according to a Russian state TV broadcast. It is time for Russia to deploy something powerful closer to US cities, host Olga Skabeeva was quoted as saying.
Human rights organizations have raised their concerns over the current situation in El Salvador, where the demise of rule of law is becoming the new norm.
Nicaragua's legal assembly has approved with no debate Sandinista Deputy Filiberto Rodríguez's bill to outlaw the Language Academy and 82 other NGOs which, according to the Ministry of the Interior (Mingob), have failed to comply with financial regulations regarding donations from abroad.
US President Joseph Biden's envoy Christopher Dodd arrived in Buenos Aires to talk Alberto Fernández into attending next month's Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, a gathering many leaders intend to boycott following the host's decision not to invite the non-democratically ruled Nicaragua, Cuba, and Venezuela.
Nicaragua's National Assembly Wednesday voted to outlaw another 50 NGOs at the request of the Government of President Daniel Ortega.
Following the announcement by the United States that the governments of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela were not going to be invited to June's Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles because they do not respect democracy, Argentina has urged it to review its stance.
The Government of Nicaragua Tuesday announced it will turn what used to be the Organization of American States (OAS) headquarters in Managua into a museum of infamy after declaring the property of public utility and transferring ownership thereof to the State.
The Nicaraguan regime of former Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega Sunday announced the delegation of the Organization of American States (OAS) had been stripped of its diplomatic credentials and thus expelled from the country.
The Nicaraguan Government of President Daniel Ortega Thursday celebrated the International Court of Justice's ruling which found Colombia was in breach of international law when issuing Presidential Decree 1946 in 2013.
The Government of Nicaragua has once again mooted the closure of 25 NGOs, local authorities announced Monday. The National Assembly (Parliament) included the new initiative in the agenda for this Wednesday.