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Nicaragua drops $80 million on Russian tanks

The $80 million T-72B tanks are a significant purchase for the hemisphere’s second poorest country, which spent $71.6 million total on its military in 2015, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

As Nicaragua elections approach, banned opposition decries Ortega’s budding dictatorship

As Nicaragua nears November's presidential elections, opposition leaders say President Daniel Ortega has established a family-run dictatorship reminiscent of the one he overthrew decades ago.

Why is Gas so Expensive in Costa Rica?

Gas prices are the topic of almost everyone's conversations these days. The rising cost of gasoline is on the mass's minds making their way...

Presidents Obama, Solís sign historic security donation for Costa Rica

Solís described the aid from the U.S. government as “the biggest assistance granted in the last 30 years” and a reflection of the good relations between the two countries.

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Costa Rica Lawmakers Call for Investigation Into President

Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly approved a report on Monday accusing the country's president, Rodrigo Chaves, of being the intellectual author of irregular financing of...

Latin American Extortion a Billion-Dollar Illicit Industry 

Before inaugurating his sauna in eastern Lima, Eduardo began to be extorted by cell phone. He ignored the threat. The next warning was very...

Crocodile Populations Recovering in Costa Rica’s Rivers

Crocodiles are thriving once again in the rivers and wetlands of Costa Rica according to conservation authorities, prompting debate as to whether overpopulation is...

Costa Rica Closes Down Tempisque River Bridge for Emergency Repairs

The iconic Tempisque River bridge, known locally as La Amistad, will be fully closed to all traffic starting Monday, April 1st to undergo much-needed...

Shell Confiscations Spike at Costa Rica’s Main Airport

In an effort to combat illegal wildlife trafficking and protect Costa Rica's marine ecosystems, airport authorities at Juan Santamaría International Airport (AIJS) confiscated a...
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