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Nicaragua opens trial against detained opposition figure Cristiana Chamorro

Nicaraguan justice authorities decided to prosecute presidential hopeful Cristiana Chamorro, just two months before the country's general elections.

Cuba’s vaunted health system straining under Covid cases

Cuba's vaunted public health system, which boasts more doctors per capita than any other country, has been pushed to the brink in recent months by the arrival of the coronavirus Delta variant.

Jailed Nicaraguan opposition suffering ‘psychological torture’

Detained Nicaraguan opposition figures are suffering from "psychological torture," a lawyer said.

Weather, climate disasters surge fivefold in 50 years: UN

Weather-related disasters have skyrocketed over the past half-century, causing far more damage even as better warning systems have meant fewer deaths, the UN said.

Enter the Octagon: Costa Rica, Canada, USA start World Cup qualifiers

A youthful United States squad will be looking to exorcise the ghost of the team's ill-fated bid to reach the 2018 World Cup on Thursday as the CONCACAF region's final qualifiers for Qatar 2022 get under way.

LatAm countries coordinate in face of irregular migration wave

Faced with the endless flow of migrants, the Colombian and Panamanian authorities set quotas to let 500 people pass a day.

EU removes US from Covid safe list for non-essential travel

The European Union on Monday recommended that its member states reimpose travel restrictions on US tourists over rising covid infections in the country.

Experts estimate endangered Galapagos pink iguana population at 211

Scientific experts sent to the Galapagos Islands to count a critically endangered lizard species estimate there to be just 211 pink iguanas left, local...

‘Many didn’t make it’: Haitian migrants’ traumatic journey to Panama

So far in 2021, 64,000 migrants have crossed the jungle, including 18,000 in August alone, according to Panama's Security Minister Jean Pino.

FAA opens Boeing safety review amid reports of pressure

US air safety regulators will open a review of operations at Boeing after feedback from inspectors assigned to provide oversight for the government showed many feel unable to share their concerns.

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