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Double Tragedy (on Land and in the Ocean) in San Juan...

Sunday 23rd September A day at the beach for a bus load of Nicaraguans ended with another reminder that alcohol and swimming don't mix. A 19...

Weekly Police Traffic Report

According to the Comisionada General Vilma Reyes Sandoval, Head of the National Traffic Safety Directorate (DSTN), during the week of Monday April 9th to...

National Police Report on Homicides and Fatal Accidents

The homicide rate in Nicaragua fell by about 8% during the first three months of this year. Commissioner General Francisco Díaz Madriz (Deputy Director General...

Prevention of Accidents Caused by Animals on the Roads

By Néstor Alí Gómez A traffic accident was recorded on the night of March 18th at km 133 La Virgen-San Juan del Sur highway (close...

Police Report on Easter Week in Nicaragua 2018

(March 25th to April 1st inclusive) Commissioner General, Francisco Díaz Madriz, National Police of Nicaragua Traffic: The National Police suspended 472 driver's licenses. 269 of those were found to...

Collision Claims Two Lives – News Briefs

Last Monday the 12th March 2018, a collision between a truck and a motorcycle claimed the lives of the two men on the motorcycle. ...

169 Licenses Suspended for Drunkenness

Police Urge Drivers to be Responsible Higher Commissioner Sadys Martínez from the National Traffic Safety Directorate stated that despite the fact that every year, more...

National News Briefs January, 12, 2018

People Flow The amount of people entering and leaving Nicaragua grew by almost 4.1% in 2017 when compared to the 2016 figures. Of the 5.08...

National News 24 November 2017

US Considering Sanctions The opposition party in Venezuela is trying to turn up the heat on Nicaragua's connection with the government of Venezuela (through Hugo...

NICARAGUA NEWS BRIEFS Accident Rate Lower

NICARAGUA NEWS BRIEFS Accident Rate Lower First Quarter Accident Rate Lower Commissioner General Vilma Reyes, Director of National Transit confirmed that from January to the end...