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Together, Colombia and FARC rebels ask UN to monitor disarmament

Together, Colombia and FARC rebels ask UN to monitor disarmament

Colombia's government and FARC rebels say they have asked the United Nations to monitor the eventual end of their five-decade conflict and the disarmament of the armed group.…

In Tuesday acquittal, Costa Rica court rules that growing marijuana for personal use carries no criminal penalty

In Tuesday acquittal, Costa Rica court rules that growing marijuana for personal use carries no criminal penalty

The Criminal Court of Alajuela on Tuesday acquitted 57-year-old attorney Mario Alberto Cerdas Salazar, who was facing 24 years in prison after the man had been arrested multiple times for…

US real estate developer plans to build Costa Rica’s tallest building

US real estate developer plans to build Costa Rica’s tallest building

US real estate developer, Omnia plans to build what will become Costa Rica’s tallest building in San Jose’s Paseo Colon, the company has announced.…

Costa Rica police arrest two Cuban migrants after fight in refugee shelter

Two Cuban nationals were taken arrested on Tuesday after a fight broke out in a shelter being used to house Cuban migrants that have been stranded in Costa Rica since…

Plastic to outweigh fish in world’s oceans by 2050: report

There will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans by 2050, according to a report by the World Economic Forum released Tuesday, while another recent report by environmental…

First group of Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica arrive in Miami amidst officials’ concerns

First group of Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica arrive in Miami amidst officials’ concerns

The first of several thousand Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica have crossed into the United States under a plan agreed to among Central American leaders. The migrants arrived in…

Costa Rica housing starts fall 15 percent

Costa Rica housing starts fall 15 percent

Costa Rica’s Central Bank reports that housing starts fell 15 percent in the last quarter of 2015 compared to the same period a year earlier, led by a decline in…

Nicaraguan who fought under Sandino dies at 111

Nicaraguan who fought under Sandino dies at 111

Hector Gaitan, a railway telegraph operator who fought under Nicaragua's national hero Augusto Cesar Sandino and the Salvadoran leader Farabundo Marti, died on Monday, his family said. He was 111.…

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