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Cubans rally in front of Costa Rican consulate for transit visas

Hundreds of Cubans gathered on Monday near the Costa Rican consulate in Havana, after learning that Costa Rica imposed a transit visa that complicates...

Prevented from entering Havana, Cuban journalist asks for refuge in Costa Rica

A week after Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís saw off one of the last flights of the Cuban migrant airlift, hundreds more Cuban migrants mass again at the southern border with Panama.

Panama drops off Cuban migrants on Costa Rica’s doorstep

Panama officials are denying that they dropped off more than 70 Cuban migrants to the border with Costa Rica.

Authorities detain Cuban migrants, boat captain in the Southern Zone

Authorities detain their second group of Cuban migrants in as many days.

Costa Rica ends year with more than 26,000 ‘irregular migrants’ on the books

Tens of thousands of people, primarily from Cuba and Haiti, made 2016 an unusual year on, and within, Costa Rica's borders.

Costa Rica President Solís advocates for migrants at UN General Assembly

Solís addressed the 71st U.N. General Assembly, saying that the migration problem is global and requires joint solutions, solidarity, shared responsibility and integral approaches.

Solís touts Costa Rica’s treatment of migrants, refugees

Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solís spoke Monday at Washington D.C.'s Wilson Center about the country's growing role in hosting migrants and refugees.

Costa Rica frets as Panama allows migrants to cross border

Panama and Colombia both announced this week that they're essentially letting undocumented migrants stuck in their countries move on. Most are headed for the United States.

Cuban migrants in Colombia await deportation

Around 1,200 Cubans are still holed up in a 2,000 square-foot (200-square-meter) warehouse on private property. Colombian authorities are waiting for a court permit to remove the migrants.

Colombia announces tough measures to battle migrant crisis

Colombia has deported more than 5,800 migrants over the past two months, most of them from Haiti and Cuba, according to official figures released last week.

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