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Biden to host regional leaders at White House; migration a key issue

President Joe Biden will meet at the White House next week with the leaders of Canada and Mexico, his office said Wednesday, as the...

Ortega a shoo-in as Nicaragua votes with opposition jailed, exiled

The 75-year-old is assured another five-year term with his wife and vice-president, Rosario Murillo, 70, by his side.

US Congress ups pressure on Nicaragua ahead of polls

The bipartisan legislation, which was supported by more Republicans than Democrats, must now be signed into law by President Joe Biden.

Nicaragua thanks U.S. for pandemic donations, despite tense relations

The U.S. donated Pfizer vaccines to Nicaragua, despite the two countries’ tense relations.

Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic want US to curb Haitian migration

The presidents of Panama, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic called on the United States Wednesday to take "concrete measures" to curb the migration...

US promises shift from military focus in Latin America

The United States has focused too much on security over other assistance in Latin America, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Wednesday.

U.S. bets on Latin America to counter China’s influence

The United States is exploring public works investment projects to counter China's influence in the region.

Mexico doesn’t want to be ‘migrant camp,’ president says

Tens of thousands of migrants, many of them Haitians who had been living in South America, have arrived in recent weeks in Mexico hoping to enter the United States.

Mexico urges immediate US action on migration causes

Mexican authorities have arrested more than 147,000 undocumented migrants already this year -- three times more than in the same period of 2020, according to the National Migration Institute.

Costa Rica offers refuge to Afghan women

Costa Rica will welcome women fleeing Afghanistan in search of refuge, fearing that their rights will not be respected by the Taliban, said Vice President Epsy Campbell.

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