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Haiti president assassinated at home, wife wounded

Haiti President Jovenel Moise was assassinated and his wife wounded early Wednesday in a gun attack at their private residence

Costa Rica advances to Nations League semifinals with draw vs. Haiti

The Costa Rica men's national soccer team did just enough to reach the CONCACAF Nations League semifinals.

Costa Rica to begin Nations League with tough test vs. Haiti

Haiti pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the 2019 Gold Cup when it defeated Costa Rica, 2-1, in group play.

Gold Cup semifinals set: United States vs. Jamaica; Mexico vs. Haiti

Costa Rica's Gold Cup run ended in the quarterfinals as La Sele was eliminated by Mexico via penalty-kick shootout. Despite the result, the Mexico game...

Costa Rica falls to Haiti, finishes second in Group B

Haiti demonstrated its superiority in the second half, sending La Sele reeling into Saturday's meeting against Mexico at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

Pressure mounts on Costa Rica-Nicaragua border after migrant shelter closes

The closure of the shelter that housed 85 and fed 150 people a day is likely to further concentrate immigrants in the area around Peñas Blancas, as more arrive every day with no way forward.

Nowhere to go: A day at a Costa Rica migrant shelter

As Central and South American countries seek a regional solution to the latest migrant crisis, migrants stuck in Costa Rica say they’re running out of money and becoming increasingly desperate.

1 dead, 4 missing as flooding hits Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – One person died and four others were missing in flooding that hit Haiti, leaving at least 9,600 houses in the deeply impoverished Caribbean country underwater, officials said Monday.

Haiti election postponed amid street violence

Haiti abandoned plans on Friday to hold a presidential run-off election this weekend after fierce street battles, leaving the country once more in political limbo.

US backs Haiti vote plan despite opposition boycott threat

The United States stood by its support for Haiti's troubled electoral process on Tuesday despite the opposition presidential candidate's threat to boycott next week's run-off poll.

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