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VIDEO: World Cup 2014 Retrospective!

To celebrate the most successful World Cup in Costa Rican history, we put together this homage to fandom.

Magnitude-6.9-quake strikes southern Mexico, northern Guatemala, kills at least 2

PALENQUE, Mexico – A strong, magnitude-6.9 earthquake rocked parts of southern Mexico and Guatemala on Monday, killing at least two people and injuring more than 40 others.

Thousands get gay pride in gear at Mexico City march

MEXICO CITY – More than 50,000 people paraded, danced and called for an end to homophobia in Mexico City's gay pride march Saturday.

Why Costa Ricans want Mexico to lose in the World Cup

Mexico plays its first World Cup match today at 10 a.m. versus Cameroon. And you can bet Ticos will be rooting against Mexico. A new poll by YouGov and The New York Times' Upshot confirmed this ostensible feeling as fact.

Obama calls wave of children across US-Mexican border ‘urgent humanitarian situation’

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families, 24,668 unaccompanied minors were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexican border in fiscal 2013. Officials expect the annual number will jump to nearly 60,000 by the end of fiscal 2014.

Reeling Honduras loses to Israel; US tops Turkey: Mexico takes pyrrhic victory

A look at the three other teams who qualified for the World Cup from Costa Rica's CONCACAF region.

Mexico’s latest flash point emerges in Tamaulipas border state

With unfailing punctuality, the grocer receives text messages from his extortionist on the last day of each month. The medical students leave their lab coats at school, to avoid roaming gangsters who need surgery. The oil man mutters on his two-way radio as he drives behind tinted glass.

Divided Latin America pits fast-growing Pacific nations against lagging Atlantic

The end of a decade-long boom driven by cheap money and strong commodity prices has deeply divided Latin America between fast-growth countries along the Pacific coast and stragglers on the Atlantic.

Mexico’s Zapatista rebel leader Marcos steps down

COMITÁN, Mexico – Subcomandante Marcos, the mysterious masked leader of Mexico's Zapatista rebels, bowed out Sunday as chief of the 20-year-old movement in what he described vaguely as "internal changes."

Costa Rica remains most popular Latin American study abroad destination for US students

For the second year in a row, Costa Rica is the most popular destination for U.S. study abroad students in Latin America, according to the latest data. Argentina is second followed by Brazil. Mexico -- once the top destination -- has fallen to fourth reported the Institute of International Education.

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