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First Year of Global Partnerships in Pride Successfully Wraps Up, Uganda an Exception.

This summer, HRC supported prides in eight countries on five continents through our newly launched Global Partnerships in Pride program. Our support helped raise the visibility of LGBTQ people and created a positive impact in Peru, India, Bulgaria, Cambodia, El Salvador, Jamaica and Nicaragua. Unfortunately, Uganda Pride ...

- Human Rights Campaign - US

Wait-and-see strategy pays off, incentives needed for risk takers.

Some people are quick to purchase the latest technology or sign up for a new service. Others adopt a wait-and-see strategy. A recent study by University of Illinois economist Hope Michelson, finds this is true for farmers in Nicaragua who enter into contracts with Walmart.

- PhysOrg - NL

Going with the flow in Nicaragua, Central America.

Virtually the first thing I laid eyes on in Nicaragua was Isla de Ometepe.

- Stuff - NZ

What goes into making a Thai world champion.

WBC surper-flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is now one of the most well-known boxers in the world having beaten former pound-for-pound king Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez of Nicaragua twice.

- BangkokPost - TH

Qatar- Greetings to President of Nicaragua.

Qatar- Greetings to President of Nicaragua...


'Snowfall' showrunner Dave Andron discusses key scenes from the first season.

FX Networks Dave Andron describes crack cocaine in 1980s Los Angeles as a “bomb” that hit the city. But while LA was ground zero of the epidemic, it was also the center of a drug web that connected to Mexico, Nicaragua, and the CIA. That’s the story of “Snowfall,” a drama on the FX network that ...

- Business Insider - US

Latin America Attempts to Mediate Venezuelan Crisis.

Four Latin American nations will join an attempt to mediate Venezuela’s political crisis in new talks later this month, the president of the Dominican Republic said Thursday. Danilo Medina hosted high-level delegations from Venezuela’s feuding government and opposition for two days in the latest foreign-led effort ...

- Voice of America - US

Latin American nations to join Venezuelan crisis mediation.

Mexico and Chile have been bitterly critical of Maduro's socialist government over rights and democracy issues, while fellow leftist-led Bolivia and Nicaragua are staunch allies

- The Globe and Mail - CA