Charles Castaldi

Former NPR reporter in Central America, currently living in Nicaragua

Former NPR reporter in Central America, currently living in Nicaragua

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Protests against the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega began about two months ago after Ortega cut pensions.

Is Nicaragua heading toward civil war and collapse?

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