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El Nuevo Diario
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El Nuevo Diario was a Nicaraguan newspaper, with offices in the capital Managua.
El Nuevo Diario
TypeDaily newspaper
Founded1980
HeadquartersManagua
Circulation50 000 (2010)
History
El Nuevo Diario was cofounded in 1980 by a breakaway group of employees of La Prensa sympathetic to the Sandinista cause, that included 80 percent of the staff including the editor, Xavier Chamorro Cardenal and Danilo Aguirre Solís who opposed the new line of the journal.
As of 2010, El Nuevo Diario was one of the two major newspapers in Nicaragua (the other one was La Prensa).[1]
El Nuevo Diario suspended its printed and digital editions on September 27, 2019.[2][3]
References
  1. ^ Никарагуа // Большая Российская Энциклопедия / редколл., гл. ред. Ю. С. Осипов. том 22. М., научное издательство "Большая Российская Энциклопедия", 2013. стр.699-710
  2. ^ Diario, El Nuevo. "El Nuevo Diario". El Nuevo Diario (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-09-28.
  3. ^ "Cierre total de El Nuevo Diario y Metro: "Nos tomó por sorpresa"". Confidencial (in Spanish). 2019-09-28. Retrieved 2019-09-28.
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