They governed Nicaragua from…
In November Nicaragua, a friend of the Cuban government, blocked the migrants’ progress.
International human rights groups, including Amnesty International, have publicly chided Nicaragua for putting lives at risk.
In June, the Organization of American States called a vote to condemn abuses perpetrated by Daniel Ortega’s regime in Nicaragua.
Nicaragua, country of Central America.
Walker tried twice more to take Nicaragua.
The government of Nicaragua, however, refused to sign on for different reasons.
In 1952 the University of Managua became part of the National University of Nicaragua.
…Juan River (the border between Nicaragua and Costa Rica) as part of an interoceanic canal route.
In 1811, inspired by struggles in Mexico and El Salvador, revolutionaries deposed the governing intendant of Nicaragua.
Pedrarias sent a kinsman, Gil González Dávila, to explore northward, and he found civilization on the shores of Lake Nicaragua.
Costa Rica protested that Nicaragua was violating preexisting treaty rights and that opening a route would threaten Costa Rican security.
He and two US customs officials were expelled from Nicaragua last year, with the government saying it should have been notified of their presence.
After Nicaragua seceded from the federation in 1838, the rivalry between León, which identified with the Liberal Party, and Granada, the centre of…
Thirteen Latin American countries expressed concern over the violation of “fundamental freedoms” in Nicaragua (ie, Mr Ortega’s thugs killing protesters).
In 1985, Sanders actually travelled to Nicaragua, for the sixth anniversary of the Sandinista revolution, and met the country’s president, Daniel Ortega.
Lake Nicaragua, Spanish Lago de Nicaragua, the largest of several freshwater lakes in southwestern Nicaragua and the dominant physical feature of the country.
In Nicaragua, the proposed canal will be at least three times as long, but it will also take advantage of several river courses, as well as the waters of Lake Nicaragua, which is some forty miles wide.
Anastasio Somoza Debayle, byname Tachito Somoza, (born Dec. 5, 1925, León, Nicaragua—died Sept. 17, 1980, Asunción, Paraguay), third member of the Somoza dynasty to be president of Nicaragua (1967–79), who was also commander in chief of the armed forces.
Closer to home, the United States continued to face not only the aggressively hostile Sandinista regime in Nicaragua and the leftist rebellion in El Salvador (backed, the White House said, by Nicaragua, Cuba, and the Soviet Union) but also a growing rift with the Panamanian dictator General Manuel Noriega
- a republic in Central America; achieved independence from Spain in 1821
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