Puerto Cabezas

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Puerto Cabezas

 

a city in northeastern Nicaragua, a port on the Atlantic. Population, 10,000 (1971). Linked by highway with the city of Waspan, on the Honduras border, Puerto Cabezas is the center of a woodworking industry. Wood and copper are exported.

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Tension mounted in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, as 1982 drew to a close.
A young girl peers through bricks in the auditorium of Juan Comenius High School, Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, during a Continuing Promise 2008 humanitarian assistance project.
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Since 1994, a college in upstate New York has offered undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in a three week service-learning program in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, a resource-poor community experiencing persistent poverty.
Marine colonel with the Cuban exile brigade training at Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, who claimed that as soon as the rebels landed, their compatriots would rise up to join them and "melt away" from Castro.
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An aircrewman attached to USS Wasp (LHD 1), carries bottles of water to the citizens of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua.