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Salvadorans march against bitcoin and ‘dictatorship’

Thousands of Salvadorans protested Wednesday against the government's introduction of bitcoin as legal tender in the impoverished country as well as against judicial reforms...

Costa Rica Olympians will light independence cauldron

Costa Rican Olympians will light the independence cauldron on Tuesday night in Cartago, the Presidency announced.

Independence torch arrives in Costa Rica for bicentennial

The torch is a national symbol representing Central America’s independence.  

El Salvador president accused of ‘attempted coup’

Amnesty International said the deployment of armed police and military personnel in front of the legislature brought back memories of the darkest moments in El Salvador's history.

Hoping for justice, El Salvador unearths bones from its deadliest massacre

The Salvadoran civil war ended on January 16, 1992 and left more than 75,000 dead and missing.

Mexican airline offers one-dollar flights to returning migrants

Passengers must be willing to board "the next available seat" in order to take advantage of the ultra-cheap fare.

Nicaraguan students vow to keep up fight until Ortega resigns

The UN Secretary General addressed the situation during a visit to Costa Rica.

One dead in new round of protests in Nicaragua

Ongoing protests in Nicaragua.

Guatemalan woman reunites with children in New York

Yeni González drove cross country to find her three kids.

Landslide threat forces suspension of Guatemala volcano search

Chile, Cuba and the United States are among the countries offering aid.

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