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Citizen group presents thousands of signatures to President Solis calling for end to fuel monopoly

A citizen action group known as “No mas RECOPE” (No More RECOPE) has presented a proposal accompanied by thousands of signatures calling for a national referendum to end the monopoly…

Flotilla of Chinese warships arrive in Cuba

A flotilla of Chinese warships arrived in Cuba Tuesday to promote military ties between the countries, the commanding officer said.…

Venezuelan diplomat takes helm of OAS while still opposed to OAS election monitors

Venezuelan diplomat Bernardo Alvarez, who was expelled from the United States in 2010 when he was his country's ambassador to Washington, made his first speech Monday as the new chairman…

War on drugs is failing and hammering the world’s poor, says Christian charity

The war on drugs isn't working and is destroying the lives of some of the poorest people in the world, according to a new report from the charity Christian Aid.…

Costa Ricans took to the streets in opposition of state oil company, public unions, taxes, and waste

Hundreds of Costa Ricans took to San Jose’s Plaza de la Democracia this weekend to call for an end to the state-owned oil company RECOPE’s fuel monopoly, as well as…

Will TPP benefit workers’ rights? If post-CAFTA Guatemala is any indication, probably not

When the country joined the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement in 2006, proponents of the deal said it would improve conditions for workers, raise wages and make it easier…

Bolivian parliament calls for referendum to keep Evo Morales in power for fourth term

The Bolivian parliament on Thursday called for a referendum to decide whether President Evo Morales can run for a fourth term in the South American country.…

Costa Rica government wants to print ¢540 billion, sell it to China without lawmakers’ approval

Costa Rican president Luis Guillermo Solis is set to welcome Sun Chunlan, a high-level representative of China’s Communist Party on Thursday, and on the agenda is the Solis administration’s Christmas…

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