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Costa Rica - Panama relations

International groups ask for return of Nicaraguans stranded at border

Political and humanitarian organizations on Wednesday advocated for aiding hundreds of Nicaraguans stranded at the border with Costa Rica and helping them enter their country. 

Nicaraguan migrants prevented from entering their country due to health measures

Tensions escalated at the Costa Rica - Nicaragua border as hundreds of Nicaraguans were denied entry to their own country.

Panama returns to strict quarantine after spike in coronavirus cases

Panama has 386 deaths and more than 16,000 infected by the new coronavirus, the worst such figures in Central America.

Panamanians protest over lifting of quarantine

Panama is the Central American country worst-hit by the coronavirus with 13,000 infections and nearly 350 deaths

Costa Rica and Nicaragua restore border crossing to cargo transportation after blockade

Costa Rica and Nicaragua announced the reopening of their border to cargo transportation.

Panama seeks to bring migrants stranded by COVID-19 to Costa Rica

Panama intends to transport some 1,900 migrants closer to the border with Costa Rica.

Central American truck drivers caught on the Nicaragua-Costa Rica border due to pandemic

Hope emerged Thursday after the Central American Trade and Health ministers agreed on a series of biosafety guidelines for the transport of goods to prevent the spread of the virus.

Health restrictions in Costa Rica cause tension on border with Nicaragua

About 20% of Costa Rican foreign trade is done with Central American countries and, of that total, 90% is mobilized by cargo trucks, according to official data.

Costa Rica proposes pilot plan to streamline borders during crisis

Some 20% of Costa Rica's exports go to Central America, and 90% of that total is mobilized by land.

Costa Rica restricts truck entry at border to contain pandemic

About 20% of Costa Rican foreign trade is done with Central American countries and, of that total, 90% is mobilized by cargo trucks, according to official data.

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