Monday, 21 December 2020_Nicaragua’s parliament has passed a law that would essentially ban those candidates who would support a coup d’état against President Daniel Ortega or incite foreign interference from running in next year’s presidential election.
News ID: 49887 Publish Date : 2020/12/22
TEHRAN, Apr 06 - Nicaragua on Friday released another 50 people jailed for protesting against President Daniel Ortega's government, bringing the number freed since late February to about 200 in a unilateral action separate from a broader deal covering hundreds considered political prisoners.
News ID: 37486 Publish Date : 2019/04/06
TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Riot police in Nicaragua used tear gas against opposition demonstrators and reporters on Saturday, temporarily detaining over a hundred people after they attempted to protest for the release of opponents to President Daniel Ortega's government.
News ID: 36939 Publish Date : 2019/03/17
TEHRAN, Mar 06 - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's leftist government and the opposition have agreed a "roadmap" for extended peace talks to resolve 10 months of crisis sparked by a deadly crackdown on dissent in which hundreds of people were killed.
News ID: 36433 Publish Date : 2019/03/06
TEHRAN, Jan 18 - Police in Nicaragua say four officers have been killed by members of a criminal gang in the country's south near the border with Costa Rica.
News ID: 34252 Publish Date : 2019/01/18
TEHRAN, December 24 - Brazil is excluding representatives of Nicaragua from the January 1 inauguration of new president Jair Bolsonaro because of "violations" against its own citizens, the country's incoming foreign minister said Sunday.
News ID: 33267 Publish Date : 2018/12/24
TEHRAN, November 28 - The Trump administration on Tuesday added the first lady of Nicaragua and one of her senior aides to a sanctions list as part of its effort to increase pressure on President Daniel Ortega's government for its violent response to a political crisis.
News ID: 32094 Publish Date : 2018/11/28
TEHRAN, September 13 - The United States on Wednesday approved the return to Nicaragua of non-emergency personnel and diplomats' family members after they were pulled from the Central American nation during weeks of deadly anti-government protests.
News ID: 28771 Publish Date : 2018/09/13
TEHRAN, September 02 - The United Nations human rights mission left Nicaragua Saturday after being ordered out by a government it criticized over its heavy-handed response to anti-regime protests.
News ID: 28267 Publish Date : 2018/09/02
TEHRAN, June 21 - International organizations said Wednesday they have received the go-ahead to travel to Nicaragua to investigate violence that has killed more than 170 people, apparently solving an impasse that halted talks on resolving the nation's political crisis.
News ID: 24730 Publish Date : 2018/06/21
TEHRAN, June 16 - 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.
News ID: 24467 Publish Date : 2018/06/16