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Cuban Embassy in Costa Rica suspends activities due to demonstrations

The Cuban Embassy in Costa Rica temporarily closed its doors this Wednesday, in the face of continuous protests by Cuban residents against the island's government

Anti-government protests erupt in Cuba

The anti-government rallies erupted spontaneously in several cities as the country endures its worst economic crisis in 30 years, with chronic shortages of electricity and food.

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.

Cuba faces challenge of attracting tourists amid ongoing pandemic

Closed to commercial flights since March 24, Havana reopened just in time for peak season (November-April).

Cuban migrants storm Costa Rica-Panama border demanding to pass

President Luis Guillermo Solís, migration and security officials met at Casa Presidencial Wednesday for an emergency meeting following the border protest involving Cuban migrants.

Cuban migrants continue arriving as Costa Rica declares ‘mission accomplished’

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.

Costa Rica declares ‘success’ after first airlift of Cuban migrants

“This is a success for the country,” President Luis Guillermo Solís told reporters. "It demonstrated the generosity of our people."

Cuban migrant airlift from Costa Rica starts Jan. 12

Cuban migrants will be flown to El Salvador on charter flights and then bussed to Mexico -- all at their own expense. From there, they must find their own transportation to the U.S. border.

US congress members in Costa Rica to assess Cuban migrant crisis

A member of the U.S. House of Representatives arrived in Costa Rica on Tuesday to assess the Cuban migrant crisis, while a New Jersey mayor said he would put up a six-figure sum to help the migrants pay their way north.

Central American countries agree to safe passage for Cuban migrants marooned in Costa Rica

After more than a month at loggerheads over what to do with Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica en route to the U.S., Central American countries finally reached an agreement to allow them safe passage.

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