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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

What do we know about the assassination of Haiti’s president?

Despite a series of arrests by Haitian police, confusion still reigns about the assassination of President Jovenel Moise a week ago.

US to ‘supercharge’ pandemic fight with huge vaccine donation

The United States is moving to reclaim global leadership with the donation of 500 million Pfizer-BioNTech jabs to 92 poor and lower-middle-income nations.

Businessman Guillermo Lasso wins Ecuadorian election, vows to change ‘destiny’

Lasso, 65, will inherit a pandemic-battered and debt-laden economy and a political system riven by gridlock when he takes over from the unpopular Lenin Moreno.

OECD expects gradual economic recovery in Costa Rica but worries about debt

After enduring the effects of Covid-19, Costa Rica will experience a gradual economic recovery starting in 2021.

Chileans look to future after referendum to replace constitution

Chileans gleefully ripped up their Pinochet-era constitution in a weekend referendum, but the focus turned to the next chapter.

OECD urges Costa Rica to maintain fiscal discipline in recovery after pandemic

The Costa Rican economy will contract between 4.1% and 4.9% this year compared to 2019, depending on the severity of the health crisis, according to the OECD.

Costa Rica to become first Central American country in the OECD

Founded in 1961, the OECD is dedicated to promoting policies for economic and social welfare. Its member countries move 60% of world trade and represent 80% of global GDP.

Vladimir Putin just invited Kim Jong Un to visit Russia. Really.

Officials in Moscow confirmed Friday that North Korean despot Kim Jong Un may attend ceremonies next year commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. It would be Kim's first public foreign visit since coming to power in December 2011.

IMF chief promises ‘belly-dance’ if US endorses reforms

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Frustrated with the U.S. Congress' refusal to vote through crucial reforms at the International Monetary Fund, IMF chief Christine Lagarde promised Thursday a belly dance if they do.

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