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EU removes US from Covid safe list for non-essential travel

The European Union on Monday recommended that its member states reimpose travel restrictions on US tourists over rising covid infections in the country.

CureVac launches second stage of vaccine clinical trials in Peru and Panama

The European Commission has already reserved 225 million doses of the possible CureVac vaccine.

Official: EU removes Costa Rica, Switzerland from tax-haven list

"Albania, Costa Rica, Mauritius, Serbia and Switzerland have implemented ahead of their deadline all necessary reforms to comply with EU tax good governance principles," the bloc's 28 finance ministers said.

EU expected to remove Switzerland, Costa Rica from tax-haven list

Five countries are also expected to leave the grey list: Switzerland, Albania, Costa Rica, Mauritius, Serbia and Mauritius. 

Costa Rica, EU and Latam contact group on Venezuela will meet Thursday

European and Latin American countries that form an "international contact group" hoping to end Venezuela's political crisis will hold their first meeting in Montevideo on Thursday, the joint hosts announced Sunday.

Costa Rica votes to ratify Paris agreement on climate change

The Legislative Assembly's approval allows the climate change agreement to become a law in Costa Rica, pending the signing by President Luis Guillermo Solís.

Mud-soaked migrants fight for food as Greek border blockade drags on

Athens is warning that the number of migrants "trapped" along the Greece-Macedonia border could reach up to 70,000 by next month.

Brexit would threaten economic, national security: Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday warned that Britain's departure from the European Union would threaten its economic and national security, as the pound plunged on Brexit concerns.

Britons abroad: Don’t miss out on your right to vote in the EU referendum

Are you a British expat living in Costa Rica? Register to vote on whether the U.K. should remain in the European Union.

Latin American nations offer to take in Syria refugees

Brazil will welcome Syrian refugees with "open arms," President Dilma Rousseff said Monday, amid a tidal wave of people fleeing the war-torn country.

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