The Mysterious Petroglyphs of Ometepe, Nicaragua

On the small island of Ometepe in Nicaragua, there exist some 2,000 boulders engraved with petroglyphs or other cultural modifications, thought to date back around 3,000 years. No written records are known to have been left behind by the people who made the petroglyphs, and virtually nothing is known about the inhabitants, their motivation for creating the petroglyphs, or the meaning they ascribed to their rock art.  

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The sugar cane workers of Nicaragua and El Salvador - in pictures
Sugar cane workers across Central America have been dying in their thousands from chronic kidney disease. US photojournalist Ed Kashi visited Nicaragua and El Salvador on behalf of NGO Solidaridad to capture their working conditions.
By Ed Kashi

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Sugar cane cutters are dying on a large scale in Central America from chronic kidney disease (CKD) and studies are pointing to working conditions as the cause. In the past 10 years, 20,000 people have died in Nicaragua and El Salvador alone as a result of CKD, which studies suggest is caused by dehydration, heat exposure and physical stress.