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Blinken travels to Panama seeking consensus on curbing illegal migration

U.S. Chief of Staff Antony Blinken will prepare the ground for the Summit of the Americas by attending a regional meeting on migration in...

On the road with a Migrant Caravan leaving Honduras

Hundreds of men, women and children gathered early Saturday morning in the parking lot of San Pedro Sula's main transit hub, on the edge...

Hundreds of migrants leave Honduras in caravan to US

Hundreds of people departed Saturday from San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras, in a new caravan of migrants with intentions of seeking better living conditions...

Mexico urges US migration rethink after horror crash kills 55

Mexico on Friday urged Washington to rethink its migration policy after a horror road accident killed 55 undocumented migrants in a truck on a...

Poverty and violence push 378,000 Central Americans north each year

A joint report published by the World Food Programme (WFP), Migration Policy Institute (MPI), and Civic Data Design Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of...

For Honduran youth, US is the only escape from poverty

Wilmer Rodriguez's mother, Lesly Madariaga, spent a sleepless night looking for him in the streets of Nueva Suyapa, a poor neighborhood in the hills...

3 attractive areas for expat living in Costa Rica

A guide to three of the country's most popular locations for international residents.

Smartphone app for migrants being piloted in Central America, Mexico

"MigrantApp" offers information in English, Spanish and French on safety, health, accommodation and organizations offering assistance.

Becoming Costa Rican: 5 new Ticas celebrate Independence Day

On this Independence Day, The Tico TImes is proud to share the stories of five new Costa Ricans.

5 questions for a U.S. poet in Costa Rica

The Tico Times talks to poet James Just, who moved from the United States to Costa Rica with his wife, Irina.

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