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Migrants traveling to U.S., stranded in the Panamanian jungle, now face COVID-19

More than 1,500 undocumented migrants who were on their way to the United States are stranded due to the coronavirus pandemic in a jungle area of ​​Panama.

Migration from Central America to the US drops by 75%

Migration from the countries of northern Central America to the United States has been reduced by more than 75% since last May, US interim Secretary of Security Chad Wolf said.

After US signs immigration agreements with El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, what comes next?

The United States has signed immigration agreements with Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.

The US asks Central America for cooperation against irregular immigration

To combat this phenomenon, the United States "must understand" that the countries of the region need "the support and competition of their government."

Solís touts Costa Rica’s treatment of migrants, refugees

Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solís spoke Monday at Washington D.C.'s Wilson Center about the country's growing role in hosting migrants and refugees.

UPDATE: 10 US-bound migrants drown in southern Nicaragua

The decomposing bodies of eight undocumented migrants, likely African or Haitian, apparently headed to the U.S. have been found in Nicaragua's vast southern freshwater Lake Nicaragua.

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.

Central America arrests break up major human trafficking ring, police say

Judicial and immigration officials in Costa Rica on Tuesday arrested two men suspected of forming part of a criminal group responsible for smuggling migrants across the Americas on their way to the U.S.

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.

On patrol with the Costa Rican Border Police

The Tico Times accompanied a Border Police squad on a patrol along the country's southern border to see how migrants continue to reach Costa Rica.

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