Pro government demonstrators support the President to celebrate the 39th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. It comes as anti-government violent protests have continued for the last three months
Three months into a wave of protests which has engulfed Nicaragua, some in the Central American country are saying that it's on the brink of a new revolution
In an interview with Euronews, Paul Oquist, a minister in Nicaragua's government and a key ally of Daniel Ortega, insists that the President will not be pressured by the protesters to resign. He accuses them of attempting a coup.
Catholic priests negotiate the transfer of nearly 200 students out of the building in the capital Managua
Police in Nicaragua say a police officer, protester and pro-government activist have been killed in clashes over a planned social security reform.
At least 24 people are said to have been killed in protests which began last Wednesday against the government's social reforms.
Hurricane Nate doused Central America with heavy rains on Thursday, killing at least 12 people in Nicaragua, nine in Costa Rica, two in Honduras and two in El Salvador.
Torrential rain lashed Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Honduras as the storm headed north towards Mexico and the US.
People come out onto the streets in Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador to watch giant fireball in the sky.
Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega appeared to have a clear path to a third consecutive term in office after securing more than 70% of the vote in partial results for Sunday’s…
Daniel Ortega, central to Nicaragua's politics since 1979, is the favourite in this weekend's presidential election. No longer a revolutionary, is he on the verge of cementing one-party rule in his co
Riot police have clashed with protesters in Nicaragua who are demanding fair elections ahead of the 2016 ballot which is expected to return Daniel
This is the dramatic amateur footage from Nicaragua captured by visitors to the country’s Telica volcano, who found themselves close by when it
The groundbreaking ceremony on Monday marks the beginning of work on a canal to rival Panama's waterway and boost the economy amid concerns over Lake Nicaragua.
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They came in their thousands, angry and anxious over a canal construction project in Nicaragua that many fear will obliterate their homes and
Working on the land is considered by many to be a low status job. Farm workers generally earn low wages for hard labour and tend to have limited