- Nicaragua shootout raises specter of guerrillas Updated: Dec-05-13 7:52 pm
- Nicaragua canal promoter to build Ukraine ports Updated: Dec-05-13 7:47 am
- Costa Rica closes probe into 1984 bombing Updated: Dec-02-13 7:41 pm
- Venezuelan oil diplomacy curbed by economic crisis Updated: Dec-02-13 3:16 am
- 18 Mexicans to serve laundering sentence in Mexico Updated: Nov-17-13 6:08 pm
- Nicaragua leader wants no presidential term limits Updated: Nov-06-13 9:56 pm
MANAGUA, Nicaragua - A rare shootout between police and an armed group that left 10 people dead in northern Nicaragua has fueled suspicions that guerrillas are forming to challenge President Daniel Ortega's government.
BEIJING - The Chinese businessman best known for winning a contract to build a canal across Nicaragua announced he will spearhead a $3 billion joint venture to construct a deep-water port and refurbish the Sevastopol port on Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica - An investigation of the 1984 bombing that killed three journalists and four Nicaraguan rebels at a news conference has been closed after officials determined the only suspect died more than two decades ago, Costa Rica's attorney general said Monday.
CARACAS, Venezuela - The late President Hugo Chavez's dream of leveraging Venezuela's oil wealth to spread revolution across Latin America is crumbling under the weight of an economic crisis that is forcing his hand-picked successor to cut back on generous foreign aid.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Nicaragua says 18 Mexicans caught posing as journalists to smuggle $9.2 million in cash will be sent back to their home country to serve out their 18-year prison sentences for money laundering convictions.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Nicaraguan lawmakers on Wednesday began studying a proposal by President Daniel Ortega to remove an article in the constitution intended to bar consecutive presidential terms.