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Costa Rica celebrates legal victory in border spat with Nicaragua

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis on Wednesday expressed his satisfaction with the "forcefulness" of the ruling issued by the International Court of Justice at The Hague finding that Nicaragua…

Former presidents urge Venezuela opposition leaders to act

At the risk of losing international credibility, the opposition coalition in Venezuela must act quickly to elect a new leader of the Congress, said former Colombian president Andres Pastrana, speaking…

Obama says he wants to visit Cuba during last year in office

Obama says he wants to visit Cuba during last year in office

U.S. President Barack Obama says he wants to visit Cuba during his last year in office, but only if he can talk with dissidents opposed to the regime of Cuban…

Andres Oppenheimer: Obama’s big opportunity in Latin America

President Barack Obama has never been terribly interested in Latin America, but the new political winds in Argentina, Venezuela and the latest events in Brazil offer him a golden opportunity…

Prosecutor to ask Panama’s Supreme Court to order former president’s arrest in spying scandal

The Panamanian special prosecutor investigating ex-President Ricardo Martinelli for orchestrating an alleged illegal spying ring said he would ask the Supreme Court on Friday to order his arrest.…

Macri sworn in as Argentina’s new president

Macri sworn in as Argentina’s new president

Mauricio Macri took office as Argentina's first non-Peronist president in 16 years on Thursday, ending more than a decade of leftist populism with a promise to revive the South American…

The most important person at the Paris climate talks is a woman from tiny Costa Rica

The most important person at the Paris climate talks is a woman from tiny Costa Rica

Christiana Figueres’ mandate is no small task: Persuade world leaders to make drastic cuts in their greenhouse gas emissions and avoid catastrophic global warming. Figueres, the United Nations climate chief,…

Venezuela opposition win shakes socialist Latin America governments

Venezuela opposition win shakes socialist Latin America governments

Sunday's sweeping opposition victory in Venezuela's legislative elections may do little to lessen embattled President Nicolas Maduro's hostility toward Washington, but it might well lead leftist governments across Latin America…

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