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2014/10/01 02:26
2014/10/01 02:26
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Despite overwhelming evidence linking the CIA to drug traffickers, that sordid reality remains one of the great taboos of the mainstream U.S. media, which rallies to destroy anyone who points out the...
2014/10/01 02:26
2014/10/01 02:26
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2014/09/28 17:39
2014/09/28 17:39
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With Savvy And New-Age Speeches, A First Couple Runs Nicaragua Nicaragua's gigantic transoceanic canal, if it gets built, will dwarf the neighboring Panama Canal. Ground-breaking is set to begin...
2014/09/28 16:19
2014/09/28 16:19
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Secretary of State John Kerry justified the use of U.S. airpower in Syria in part on the shaky legal grounds of “hot pursuit.” Presumably this would entail the use of force to pursue militants who...
2014/09/26 22:05
2014/09/26 22:05
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In 1996 -- as major U.S. news outlets disparaged the Nicaraguan Contra-cocaine story and destroyed the career of investigative reporter Gary Webb for reviving it -- the CIA marveled at the success of...
2014/09/21 03:09
2014/09/21 03:09
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As a young photojournalist and aspiring foreign correspondent, straight out of Glasgow School of Art, I was on my way to Nicaragua to cover the aftermath of the Sandinista revolution there in 1979....
2014/09/20 20:25
2014/09/20 20:25
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As the U.S. steps up arms and training, Syria's "moderate" rebels are joining a long line of resistance movements the Americans have backed over the decades, from Angola to Afghanistan. The...
2014/09/17 23:36
2014/09/17 23:36
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On March 24, 1985, a “tiny Salvadoran woman, her face shielded by a flowery white veil” entered the sanctuary of Georgetown’s Dumbarton United Methodist Church. The dreary weather that greeted...
2014/09/16 23:45
2014/09/16 23:45
14d
Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2014/09/16 19:03
2014/09/16 19:03
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Answers to your questions about the news. Julian Assange WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange turned himself in to British police on Tuesday after Sweden put out a warrant for his arrest. Assange stands...
2014/09/12 17:45
2014/09/12 17:45
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In 1846, shortly after the annexation of Texas, President James Polk ordered U.S. troops into disputed lands, precipitating a war against Mexico. The war ended with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in...
2014/09/11 14:42
2014/09/11 14:42
20d
Even in an age in which we’ve grown accustomed to artists giving away their albums for free or suddenly unleashing them without warning, the arrival of U2’s Songs of Innocence feels slightly curious....
2014/09/10 17:45
2014/09/10 17:45
21d
In 1846, shortly after the annexation of Texas, President James Polk ordered U.S. troops into disputed lands, precipitating a war against Mexico. The war ended with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in...
2014/09/10 17:03
2014/09/10 17:03
21d
If anyone has the stomach for covering a major news story in a place where not even journalists are safe, it’s Joe Gannon.Gannon worked as a freelance journalist in Nicaragua and El Salvador from 1984...
2014/09/10 02:28
2014/09/10 02:28
21d
... -- U2 surprised the world Tuesday by releasing "Songs of Innocence," their first album in five years, as a gift from Apple. It was available for free immediately to anyone with...
2014/09/09 14:13
2014/09/09 14:13
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The Chinese engineers passed by Antonio Cardenas' dusty plot of land the other day. They didn't say anything to him. They never do. In this town on Nicaragua's Pacific coast, a withering drought is...
2014/09/07 21:45
2014/09/07 21:45
23d
In 1846, shortly after the annexation of Texas, President James Polk ordered U.S. troops into disputed lands, precipitating a war against Mexico. The war ended with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in...
2014/09/04 22:08
2014/09/04 22:08
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Costa Rica's Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ) confiscated roughly 400-kilos of cocaine and $1.5 million at a private airstrip on the Hilton family-owned Rancho Horizonte in the country's northern...
2014/09/04 20:33
2014/09/04 20:33
26d
While many kids from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras flee to the United States, few children from neighboring Nicaragua do. Nicaragua is poor like those nations, but it lacks what experts consider...
2014/09/01 10:34
2014/09/01 10:34
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BONANZA, Nicaragua (AP) -- Rescue workers and trapped miners alike frantically dug away at opposite sides of rock and mud that blocked a Nicaragua gold mine, finally succeeding in freeing at least 20...
2014/08/30 18:13
2014/08/30 18:13
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Nicaragua has many of the same problems as much of Central America. Extreme poverty. Joblessness. Violence, especially against women and children. Government repression. And yet, in the latest exodus...
2014/10/01 02:26
2014/10/01 02:26
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