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  • Nicaraguans use Good Friday processions to protest

  • Good Friday religious processions in Nicaragua's capital have taken a decidedly political tone as people have seized on a rare opportunity to renew protests against the government of President Daniel Ortega.
  • America's favorite fruit could go extinct

  • The banana barely grows in the U.S., but it's the country's favorite fruit. And it's at risk — a deadly fungus is spreading around the world, infecting banana plantations with what's called Panama disease.
  • Nicaraguan opposition says dozens arrested in banned protests

  • Hundreds of Nicaraguans opposed to President Daniel Ortega took to the streets on Wednesday in protests deemed illegal by the government and several dozen were arrested, according to an opposition group, although police denied anyone was detained.
  • Guatemalan presidential candidate conspired to import coke into US for cartel: feds

  • A Guatemalan presidential candidate was busted Wednesday by the DEA for conspiring to import “tons of cocaine” into the US for Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s infamous Sinaloa drug cartel — and allegedly attempting to arrange the assassinations of his political rivals, according to prosecutors. Mario Estrada, 58, was charged in Manhattan federal court following a...
  • Trump reverses slew of Obama-era Cuba policies in new crackdown

  • The Trump administration on Wednesday rescinded several Obama-era policies toward Cuba, while imposing tough sanctions against Venezuela and Nicaragua – as part of a new crackdown on what National Security Adviser John Bolton dubbed the “three stooges of socialism."
  • Strong police presence ahead of march in Nicaragua

  • Hundreds of police are lining a thoroughfare and manning overpasses in Nicaragua's capital hours before a scheduled opposition march to mark a year since protesters took to the streets to oppose the government of President Daniel Ortega.
  • Cal Thomas: The exception that is Costa Rica

  • LIBERIA, Costa Rica — In the ongoing U.S. debate about immigration, the Central American countries of Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala are mainly in the news because many of those crossing our border from Mexico are from these nations. Why isn’t Costa Rica experiencing a similar mass exodus?
  • Nicaragua police deny permit for protest anniversary march

  • Nicaragua's national police have denied a permit request for a march to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the start of anti-government protests, setting up a possible conflict with the opposition, which has called for the march to go on.

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