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Honduras president stops eviction of indigenous community

The eviction of a hundred Lenca indigenous families in Honduras was stopped Wednesday at the request of President Xiomara Castro after dozens of police...

Nicaragua asks El Salvador to Settle Maritime Dispute at ICJ

Nicaragua on Tuesday accused El Salvador of maintaining hostile actions in its maritime space in the Pacific Ocean and invited it to resolve eventual...

President of Nicaragua’s Sandinista Dissident Group Found Guilty

Nicaraguan justice found the president of the Sandinista dissidence, Suyen Barahona, guilty Monday of undermining national integrity, in the second week of judicial proceedings...

El Salvador Denies Entering Nicaragua Waters

El Salvador denied on Monday that its navy ships had made forays into waters that Nicaragua considers its own in the Pacific Ocean, and...

Costa Rica’s Presidential Ballot Rivals: Figueres and Chaves

Former president José María Figueres and former minister Rodrigo Chaves will define in a ballot on April 3 who will be the next president...

A Poorer Costa Rica, the Challenge of the Next Governor

La Carpio was born poor, and now it is poorer. In this neighborhood of precarious houses and narrow streets in San José, several of...

Today Costa Ricans will choose among 25 Presidential Candidates

Costa Ricans head to the polls Today with a crowded presidential field and no clear favorite for tackling growing economic concerns in one of...

Relatives of convicted Nicaraguan opponents claim their Innocence

Lesther Alemán, the student leader who demanded the resignation of socialist President Daniel Ortega in 2018, has just been sentenced for conspiracy against Nicaragua....

Nicaragua court finds activists guilty of ‘conspiracy’

A Nicaraguan court Thursday found two prominent opposition figures guilty of "conspiracy," according to a human rights organization which condemned the trial as "null...

Costa Rica: A Stable Democracy with No Army but a Hurting Economy

Costa Rica, the "happiest" country in Latin America and a solid democracy without an army, elects new president and deputies this Sunday, amid a...

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