December 28, 2013

An '80s Flashback? Russia Back in Nicaragua

Dan Salgar, El Espectador

The Associated Press

Faced with Colombia's military strength and apparent resolve not to hand over a disputed swathe of the Caribbean, Nicaragua is inviting friendly Russia into the area.

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TAGGED: Russia, Nicaragua, Colombia

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