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Iran, Nicaragua museums ink cooperation agreement
The national museums of Iran and Nicaragua signed an agreement to expand bilateral cooperation at a virtual meeting.
Rouhani urges need to stand against US 'bullying' behavior
Political Desk
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran pointed to the significance of standing against bullying behavior and excessive demands of the United States on Wednesday during separate meetings with new ambassadors of North Korea, Nicaragua and Bulgaria in Tehran.
Nicaragua vows to broaden barter trade with Iran defying sanctions
Nicaragua is ready to broaden barter trade with Iran, ignoring unilateral US sanctions which have complicated banking affairs and financial transactions, visiting Nicaraguan Treasury and Public Credit Minister Iván Adolfo Acosta Montalván said on Tuesday.
Nicaragua releases more prisoners after opposition demand
Nicaragua on Friday released 50 prisoners held for taking part in anti-government protests, authorities said, giving a fresh impetus to peace talks on ending the country's long running political crisis.
US compares Nicaragua to Syria, warns of potential regional crisis
The United States on Wednesday declared Nicaragua’s civil unrest a threat to the region’s security, saying government repression of protests risked creating an overwhelming displacement of people akin to Venezuela or Syria.
Pro-Ortega supporter shot dead in Nicaragua rally
A supporter of Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega was shot to death in the northern city of Matagalpa as anti-government protesters marched past the city hall, police said.
Nicaragua's Ortega says US foreign policy based on expansionism, oppression
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega says the United States' foreign policy is established on expansionism and oppression, noting that those countries that tend to act against Washington's will are demonized and destabilized by the White House.
Nicaragua forces retake opposition stronghold
Nicaraguan government forces have established control over a key opposition stronghold near the capital, Managua, following a long battle with anti-government protesters there who demand the ouster of President Daniel Ortega over an alleged violent crackdown on dissent.
Nicaraguans hold rival rallies
Thousands of people have separately rallied in Nicaragua to protest and express support for the country’s left-wing President Daniel Ortega.
Rights group: Nicaragua clashes leave eight dead
At least eight people including a baby were killed Saturday when pro-government forces clashed with opponents in Nicaragua, according to a rights group.
Nicaragua’s government, civil groups agree to end violence, allow international probe
The Nicaraguan government and civil groups have agreed to cease two months of violence and allow an international investigation into protests that have left at least 170 people dead.
Nicaragua’s Ortega agrees to halt violence, allow foreign probe
The Nicaraguan government and civic groups on Friday agreed to halt all violence, in a major step to end two months of political unrest that has left 170 dead and rocked the government of President Daniel Ortega.
Top Nicaragua civic group calls anti-Ortega strike
Nicaragua's top civic alliance called for a nationwide 24-hour strike to protest "extreme conditions" under President Daniel Ortega, who has yet to decide on reviving talks over the crisis that has left at least 148 dead.
Business group urges early Nicaragua election as violence flares up again
Nicaragua’s main business lobby urged President Daniel Ortega to hold early elections to steer the country out of weeks of destabilizing protests, which again sparked deadly clashes on Wednesday, a human rights groups and local media said.

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