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Six mayors, including San José’s, arrested in Costa Rica on corruption charges

Six mayors of Costa Rican cities, including that of the capital, San José, were arrested Monday as part of an investigation into corruption in...

Central American officials blacklisted by U.S. as part of corruption crackdown

Central American presidential aides, top judges and former presidents were put on a U.S. State Department list on Thursday that names individuals the U.S....

Costa Rica the latest Latin American country facing corruption scandal

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

‘Indignation, anger and fury’ in response to Costa Rica corruption probe

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

Anti-corruption operation results in arrests, raids at Casa Presidencial

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

Panama prosecutors request 21-year spying sentence for ex-president

President from 2009 to 2014, supermarket tycoon Martinelli fled to the United States in 2015 to avoid arrest.

Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela wrote on Twitter that Noriega's death “closed a chapter in our history.”

Honduras shutters bank linked to drug trafficking

The Honduran government said it would guarantee deposits for the 220,000 customers of Banco Continental, which is being shuttered because its owners are accused in the U.S. of laundering money for drug traffickers.

Honduras: Journalist who exposed corruption takes refuge in national human rights office

A Honduran journalist who helped expose a government corruption scandal took refuge in the national human rights office Thursday after denouncing plans to kill him.

Thousands attend anti-corruption march against Honduras president

The demonstration marked the fifth Friday in which protesters have hit the streets of Tegucigalpa calling for President Juan Orlando Hernández to go.

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