Nayare Menoyo (Baracoa, 1995) created “Leonardo Padura, A Squalid and Moving Story” as a graduation project from the University of Havana…
One of the main witnesses in Julian Assange’s extradition case has admitted he made false claims against Assange in exchange for immunity.
Carrion believes that the witch hunt launched by the Ortega regime is aimed at accumulating hostages, to force a negotiation with the USA.
A women’s collective uses its online platform to tell the stories of Nicaraguan migrants, exiles and those displaced.
HRW Americas Director: the international community knows that in Nicaragua “there is an unabashed exercise of power” by Ortega and Murillo.
With the human rights violations, the government “is going down an alley that Nicaraguans don’t deserve,” UN official Alberto Brunori states.
Ex-Nicaraguan Ambassador Mauricio Diaz recalls how the FSLN turned to the OAS in June 1979, to achieve the suspension of the Somoza tyranny.
Elizabeth takes in/welcomes cats. It’s rare for her to go home from work or school without bringing one back with her.
With the detention of seven opposition leaders, “Ortega dealt the electoral process a death blow,” states the veteran human rights attorney.
After a month prisoner in a Havana hospital, Luis Manuel Otero of the San Isidro Movement does not plan to pause in his art or his activism.