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Costa Rica seeks US $1 million in aid for continued care of Cuban migrants

Costa Rica is seeking some US $1 million in assistance from the international community and NGOs to assist the country in the continued care of thousands of US-bound Cuban migrants…

President Solis promises progress in public works and infrastructure this year

President Solis promises progress in public works and infrastructure this year

Costa Rica president Luis Guillermo Solis promised to make progress in public works and infrastructure this year during an address on Thursday.…

Plunging oil prices mean Venezuelan women are running out of birth control

The collapse in global oil prices isn’t just affecting stock markets, business bottom lines and economic growth rates. It’s also having a serious impact on the sex lives and…

Questioning of lawmaker linked to ‘El Chapo’ Guzman criticized in Mexico

Questioning of lawmaker linked to ‘El Chapo’ Guzman criticized in Mexico

The transfer of a female state lawmaker to Mexico's capital for questioning about her links to imprisoned Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" (Shorty) Guzman has sparked criticism due to…

In joint effort, public institutes to search for new Guanacaste water sources

In a joint effort between the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (AyA), and the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE), engineers will soon begin a quest to find additional…

Honduras likely to extradite former vice president to US

Honduras likely to extradite former vice president to US

Email this page January 21st, 2016 - WASHINGTON — Honduras likely will grant Washington’s request to extradite one of the country’s wealthiest and most powerful men to face U.S money…

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…

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