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Pope invites the homeless for birthday breakfast

Can this pope get any cooler?

Women stand-up paddlers make Costa Rican history

Andrea Campillo and Frances Windburne this weekend became the first two women to stand-up paddle across the Gulf of Nicoya.

Festival de la Luz shines its way through San José

The parade, in photos.

Bachelet wins Chile presidential vote by landslide

"Through the prism of education we have been able to dream of a fairer Chile," the president-elect said.

US mulls wider trade pact with Latin America

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry: "We could do more within the hemisphere."

Mass grave weighs on Mexican town

The official count is 64 bodies unearthed from 35 graves in and around a vine-entangled brick building along a dirt road toward the riverbend known as "The Great Corner." The dead have not been identified.

Chile presidential runoff should send socialist Bachelet back to top

Sunday's vote marks the first time across all of Latin America that a presidential runoff takes between two women.

A Caribbean yoga getaway

For veggies, stretching and detox, Samasati Nature Retreat is your spot.

International Court of Justice dismisses another Nicaraguan claim against Costa Rica

Construction of the road parallel to the Río San Juan not a real problem for the environment, court unanimously finds.

Obama leads world tributes at Nelson Mandela memorial service

The U.S. president admonished leaders who spoke of embracing Mandela's legacy without acting on it.

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