Nicaragua has a not-bad 7.4 percent unemployment rate, which is a good start.
The one in Nicaragua has not worked out well; the country is at peace but is as poor and undemocratic as ever.
When she first came under investigation, she fled to Nicaragua, where she was arrested in March.
Yet rebellions in Nicaragua and Egypt sprang from the same frustrations and were infused by the same idealistic dreams.
Nicaragua: When you hear the words “Corn Islands,” great beaches may not be the first thing to spring to mind.
Most of the signatory States have already ratified, and Nicaragua has since acceded.
In Nicaragua—the country with which my tale is concerned—this is especially the case.
Difficulties concerning interoceanic transit through Nicaragua are in course of amicable adjustment.
And in the Nicaragua, where Mrs. Whitney lives, the cost of—but it wouldn't be for long.
This relatively large mastiff bat has not been reported previously from Nicaragua.
visited 1522 by Spanish conquistador Gil González Dávila, who is said to have named it for a local native chieftain, Nicarao. Related: Nicaraguan.
Republic in Central America, bordered by Honduras to the northwest and north, the Caribbean Sea to the east, Costa Rica to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. Its capital and largest city is Managua.
Note: General Anastasio Somoza established a military dictatorship in 1933. He was assassinated in 1956, but his sons continued the Somoza regime until 1979.
Note: After fifty years of guerrilla warfare, the Marxist Sandinistas launched a civil war and assumed power in 1979.
Note: During the 1980s, the United States backed anti-Sandinista guerrillas called Contras (see Iran-Contra Affair). In 1990, the Sandinistas were defeated in free elections. In 1995, and again in 2001, opponents of the Sandinistas won elections to the nation's presidency.