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Timeline: Nicaragua’s authoritarian slide

Nicaragua's first couple, President Daniel Ortega and his wife Vice President Rosario Murillo, are both in their 70s but they show no signs of being willing to let go of power.

Secretary of State making first LatAm trip, arrives in Costa Rica today

The head of US diplomacy, Antony Blinken, will visit Costa Rica on his first trip to Latin America

Presidents discuss reforming or closing the Central American Parliament

The regional body has been severely questioned by various sectors that describe it as a refuge for corrupt politicians.

Leaders from Guatemala and Costa Rica want to attract investments to their countries

In a video released by Casa Presidencial, Giammattei and Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado discussed their vision of the region's future.

Honduras concludes voter recount, no winner declared

Election authorities say they could take up to 22 days to declare an official winner because of possible appeals.

Costa Rica, Nicaragua to face off again at The Hague in new border dispute

Hearings from in the maritime border dispute will take place at the International Court of Justice at The Hague between July 3-13.

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.”

Family demands justice after Mexican student’s body identified

TECOANAPA, Mexico – The family of the first victim identified among 43 missing Mexican students lamented the dashed dreams of the aspiring teacher Sunday, calling for justice in the case that has shocked the country.

TEOR/éTica revisits ugly politics in ‘Chronicle of Interventions’

For the past couple of years, the art gallery TEOR/éTica has painted and repainted its façade with large, eye-catching murals. “A Chronicle of Interventions” is by far the most provocative so far: The “mural” is a printed list of U.S. incursions in Latin America.

When ‘politician’ is a dirty word

Politicians, who often accuse others of undermining their work, should be the first ones to realize that their words and statements have an impact. Serious damage is done when we make “politician” into an insult or, even worse, something that looks like a crime on someone’s résumé.

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