Nicaraguan capital


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Synonyms for Nicaraguan capital

the capital and largest city of Nicaragua

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A small meteorite landed near the international airport in the Nicaraguan capital, Managua, earlier this week, government officials say.
British scientists say a crater left in the Nicaraguan capital of Managua may be linked to the 2014 RC "pitbull" asteroid - and that there could be plenty of other flying rocks ready to crash to Earth.
Matt Baker 1972: Earthquake wreaks devastation in Nicaragua Ten thousand people are feared dead after a two-hour earthquake ripped through the Nicaraguan capital of Managua.
During the meeting in the Nicaraguan capital of Quito yesterday, Saeedlou and Morales underlined the need for the expansion of relations between Iran and Bolivia.
Summary: Dozens of dog owners dress their pets over for a traditional dog-blessing mass in the Nicaraguan capital of Managua.
The Nicaraguan capital of Managua has suffered two devastating earthquakes in recent memory (1931 and 1972), as well as a civil war, which ended in 1979, enabling the democratic country to move forward with modernization efforts, including the introduction of vital literacy and health programs for its people.
Al Jazeera's Ricardo Castillo, reporting from Managua, the Nicaraguan capital, said that as the day progressed, "more and more protesters surrounded opposition headquarters.
The owner of the dealership El Chele in the Nicaraguan capital has seen orders for used cars plummet, and he is now selling about half the volume that he was a year ago.
He was the mayor of Nicaraguan capital Managua, a country where political office often carries a heavy price.
Spirit Airlines on May 23 announced nonstop service from Ft Lauderdale to the Nicaraguan capital of Managua.
During a early-November visit to the Nicaraguan capital of Managua, US Secretary of State Colin Powell (shown here with Nicaraguan President Enrique Bolanos) asked the Central American nation to destroy its thousands of man-portable air-defense systems (MANPADS).
In 1972, an earthquake devastated the Nicaraguan capital of Managua, destroying the city's Catholic cathedral.
Fishers in San Francisco Libre, located on the opposite side of Xolotlan from Managua, the Nicaraguan capital, say they're having to spend more time in their boats--which means spending more money on gasoline, ice and other overhead costs--and bringing home smaller catches.