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Nicaragua’s Property Controversy: Recovery or Confiscation?

Nicaragua's Attorney General's Office asserted this Friday that it has "legally recovered" properties from opponents, universities, and NGOs, within the framework of trials or...

Panama Canal Increases Ship Transits Amid Persistent Water Shortage

The Panama Canal increased its daily number of ship transits this Thursday, although the water deficit that led to the restriction of crossings and...

El Salvador’s Military Siege Restores Security in the North

A military siege imposed almost two months ago to combat gangs in Chalatenango, a region in northern El Salvador, has brought security back to...

El Salvador NGO Demands Justice for Civilians Massacred

A human rights organization in El Salvador called for "justice and reparations" on Tuesday for the 600 people massacred by the military on the...

Nicaraguan Miss Universe and the Cost of Fame

The Nicaraguan Sheynnis Palacios, current Miss Universe, cannot return to Nicaragua and her family members had to go into exile, stated opposition media edited...

Panama’s President-Elect Vows Deportation for Darién Migrants

Panama's president-elect, José Raúl Mulino, promised this Thursday to deport migrants who enter the country through the Darién jungle, which borders Colombia, on their...
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China Bans Guatemala’s Coffee and Macadamia Imports

The Guatemalan export guild affirmed this Thursday that China prohibited the import of coffee and macadamia shipments from the Central American country without giving...

Keylor Navas Bids Farewell to the Costa Rican National Team

Goalkeeper Keylor Navas announced his retirement from the Costa Rican National Team. Navas published a heartfelt message on social media on Thursday in which...

Amnesty International Alarmed by Persecution of Female Justice Officials in Guatemala

Amnesty International (AI) described this Thursday as "alarming" the persecution suffered by female justice operators and human rights defenders in Guatemala who fight against...