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With hands and scissors, A Honduran child forges his future

Two of his brothers and several of his friends emigrated to the United States in search of better opportunities, but 12-year-old Eduardo Espinal is...

Costa Rica votes in favor of the OAS resolution condemning Nicaragua

At a special session of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), the Resolution regarding the Situation in Nicaragua was adopted...

Nicaraguan Priest Óscar Benavidez Detained says Catholic Church

The Catholic Church in Nicaragua denounced that, for unknown reasons, the police arrested a priest on Sunday, another step in the escalation of tension...

The Traditional Foods from Central America

Food in Central America doesn’t get much more complicated than rice, beans and tortillas. Yet, add in some patacones in some countries and pupusas...

Costa Rican President Votes for Daniel Ortega’s Candidate

Rodrigo Chaves voted in favor of the appointment of the Daniel Ortega regime's candidate, Werner Vargas, as Secretary General of the Central American Integration...

Catholic Procession Banned in Nicaragua by Police Order

The Catholic Church of Nicaragua reported Friday that the police notified it that for "security reasons" the procession to close the Marian congress and...

Guatemala Journalist Indicted on Money Laundering Charges

A Guatemalan judge ruled Tuesday to open a criminal trial for money laundering against journalist José Rubén Zamora, head of the newspaper El Periódico,...

US lifts policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico

The US Department of Homeland Security announced Monday night it will end a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico while their applications...

Gustavo Petro sworn in as Colombia’s first leftist president

Gustavo Petro on Sunday took the oath of office as Colombia's first-ever leftist president, before a crowd of hundreds of thousands at his inauguration...

Bishop Rolando Alvarez being held in Nicaragua

The bishop of the Diocese of Matagalpa in Nicaragua, Rolando Alvarez, held for three days in his curia by security forces, said Saturday that...
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