News is a nonprofit independent media publication. Your tax-deductible contribution helps support our research, reporting, and analysis. October 26th, the Nicaraguan National Assembly voted to criminalize therapeutic abortionmaking Nicaragua one of only three countries in the Western Hemisphere where abortion is illegal even in cases where a pregnant woman's life is in danger.
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The first hotel we stayed at in Nicaragua was the Posadita de Bolonia, in Managua. Translation: Channel 2 a TV station3 blocks down, 75 yards to the south. In Bluefields, I went to a government office as part of a story I was reporting.
Above: A massive peace march was held on July 8,in Managua showing support for the Nicaraguan government. Source UK Morning Star. There is a great deal of false and inaccurate information about Nicaragua in the media. The narrative of nonviolent protesters versus anti-riot squads and pro-government paramilitaries has not been questioned by international media.
At least two phenomena distinguish the Nicaraguan revolution: massive Christian participation and the importance attributed to the cultural dimension. Without that all-encompassing dimension, little of the creative effort of Nicaragua's people to move through the crisis of war and the anguish of a battered economy to reach peace with independence could be understood. A tree in the forest Song, dance, crafts, primitive painting, fashionable dress, film documentaries, wall murals, oratory, posters, popular journalism, theater, religious festivals, cartoons, narrative, photography, tourist architecture, gardening and historical, political and sociological essays
An error by Google Maps which wrongly gave Nicaragua a tiny parcel of land in Costa Rica is threatening to escalate into a continent-wide dispute. Nicaragua says it will take its quarrel with Costa Rica to the international court of justice after it took over a San Juan river border. The Nicaraguan president, Daniel Ortega, said the country will not remove its 50 soldiers from the Calero Island section of land, and accused the Organisation of American States OAS of making matters worse with Friday's diplomatic intervention, in which it requested the two neighbours to meet before November 27 and called on them to refrain from deploying armed forces in the area.
We have quite a mix for you this week. Some things to bring you up to date, some to make you think and some might make you a little mad. Sounds like marriage!
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