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Nicaragua denies Costa Rica's claims of environmental damage - The Tico Times

The Tico TimesNicaragua denies Costa Rica's claims of environmental damageThe Tico TimesA legal team representing the Nicaraguan government on Friday concluded a first round of hearings at the International Court of Justice by arguing that no evidence exists to show dredging on the San Juan River had caused environmental damage in the ...Costa Rica and Nicaragua at the International Court of JusticeThe Costa Rica Starall 6 news articles »

In Nicaragua, A Conflict Over Mining Near the World's Second-Largest Rainforest - Latin America News Dispatch

Latin America News DispatchIn Nicaragua, A Conflict Over Mining Near the World's Second-Largest RainforestLatin America News DispatchRANCHO GRANDE, Nicaragua ? Father Pablo Espinosa looks down pensively, taking his time to think as he speaks. ?In the history of Nicaragua there is not one town that has benefited from mining,? he says. ?I have visited other communities and seen the ...

A Changing Nicaragua Attracts Resort Investor - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalA Changing Nicaragua Attracts Resort InvestorWall Street JournalAfter real-estate developer Ophir Sternberg converted a shuttered Miami Beach hospital into a Ritz Carlton residential building, he donated beds and medical equipment to hospitals in Nicaragua. The head of an American-Nicaraguan foundation invited him ...

At world court, Costa Rica claims Nicaragua violated border treaty - The Tico Times

The Tico TimesAt world court, Costa Rica claims Nicaragua violated border treatyThe Tico TimesAttorney Kate Parlett said Nicaragua had maintained a continuous military presence in the disputed territory despite the court's orders, and that members of Nicaragua's Sandinista Youth Movement also had camped on Isla Portillos with Managua's and ...ICJ Hearings Start in Dispute Between Costa Rica-NicaraguaABC Newsall 61 news articles »

CCRIF SPC opens to Central America, Nicaragua first to sign up - Artemis.bm (blog)

CCRIF SPC opens to Central America, Nicaragua first to sign upArtemis.bm (blog)CCRIF SPC (formerly the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility) has signed a memorandum of understanding with COSEFIN to allow Central American countries to join the sovereign catastrophe risk insurance pool. Nicaragua will be the first country ...Caribbean, Central American Countries Sign Cat Risk Insurance PartnershipInsurance Journalall 8 news articles »

Project in Nicaragua ends - Drayton Valley Western Review

Project in Nicaragua endsDrayton Valley Western ReviewDown south, in Nicaragua is a park that has Drayton Valley and Canadian government signage. ?Their signage within the park has our town logo, it has FCM logo and it has Canada government logo so everywhere you go in the park, you will see the Town of ...

China Doesn't Want To Finance Nicaragua's Canal, Panama Canal Authority Says - International Business Times

International Business TimesChina Doesn't Want To Finance Nicaragua's Canal, Panama Canal Authority SaysInternational Business TimesNicaragua's interoceanic canal project is still making headway despite ongoing trepidation over potential environmental damage and opaque financing details. But this week one of the project's main skeptics, the administrator of the nearby Panama Canal, ...Chinese not interested in financing Nicaragua Canal: Panama officialInside Costa Ricaall 4 news articles »

Veterinarian lends skills during trip to Nicaragua - Fond du Lac Reporter

Fond du Lac ReporterVeterinarian lends skills during trip to NicaraguaFond du Lac ReporterThe need for veterinary care for the animals in Nicaragua is great. The little we can do while during our week is miniscule compared to what needs to be done. During our time here we attended to 300 dogs, treating everything from internal and external ...

Nicaragua quarantines US embassy man over Ebola and requests removal - BBC News

BBC NewsNicaragua quarantines US embassy man over Ebola and requests removalBBC NewsThe health ministry in Nicaragua says it has quarantined a member of staff at the US embassy in Managua amid concerns over contact with Ebola. Nicaragua has asked the US to send a plane to remove him. The embassy acknowledged the man had ...U.S. downplays Nicaragua's concerns about embassy staffer infected with EbolaFusionNicaragua quarantines US embassy staffer over Ebola fearsThe Tico TimesNicaragua Asks US to Remove Embassy Worker Over Ebola WorryABC Newsall 59 news articles »

Animal rights activists march in support of protection law in Nicaragua - Fox News Latino

Animal rights activists march in support of protection law in NicaraguaFox News LatinoAbout 200 people and their pets took to the streets of Nicaragua's capital this weekend to call for implementation of the Animal Welfare and Protection Law and tougher punishment for those who abuse animals. The protesters called on the National ...and more »





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