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Maritime Patrols Intensify as Panama Tightens Border Control

Panama reinforced maritime surveillance on Thursday, after closing some passages in the Darién jungle to control the arrival of migrants traveling to the United...

Talamanca Coastal Plan Sparks Controversy and Calls for Investigation

Several environmental organizations and lawmakers have asked authorities to investigate the alleged conflict of interest and influence peddling by occupants of the Maritime Terrestrial...

Alaska Airlines Announces New Direct Flights to Costa Rica

Alaska Airlines has announced the launch of direct routes from Seattle International Airport and San Francisco International Airport to Costa Rica, starting on December...

Panama Closes Key Border Crossings with Colombia to Protect Migrants

Panama confirmed this Wednesday that it has closed some irregular crossings used by migrants to traverse the Darién jungle, bordering Colombia, in order to...

Nicaragua’s Ortega Empowers Son to Forge China Agreements

The president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, granted this Tuesday, "full powers" to his son Laureano Ortega to sign agreements with China. "Full powers are...

U.S. Considers Expanding Panama’s Deportation Plan to Costa Rica

President Rodrigo Chaves revealed that the United States is considering incorporating Costa Rica into the immigration control program signed with Panama. Chaves gave an...

Cocos Island National Park Sees Drop in Illegal Fishing Activity

The Cocos Marine Conservation Area (ACMC-SINAC) has reported a significant decrease in illegal fishing activities within Cocos Island National Park. This positive development is...

Honduras Uses Imprisoned Gang Members to Erase Graffiti

Honduran authorities removed 30 gang members from a prison on Monday, dressed in orange uniforms and with chains on their feet, and made them...

Costa Rica Faces Drinking Water Crisis

Costa Ricans have been dealing with a critical situation regarding the supply of drinking water. Despite dialogue and continuous protests, the Costa Rican Institute...

Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park Faces Crisis

The Manuel Antonio National Park, located in Quepos, is one of the most visited places by national and international tourists. Its natural beauties make...

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