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Protests, calls for attention in Costa Rica as Nicaragua crisis worsens

Human rights leaders say the death toll in Nicaragua has surpassed 145.

OAS calls on Nicaragua to stop violence against demonstrators

The appeal followed a violent Wednesday in Nicaragua.

Costa Rica calls on Venezuela to react to IACHR critique

As it has in the past, Costa Rica added its voice to international criticism of the government of Venezuela.

Costa Rica, Venezuela clash at OAS summit in Mexico

Venezuela's Foreign Minister called her Costa Rican counterpart a “political illiterate” and accused him of promoting violence in Venezuela.

Latin America’s unlikely, honest voice for democracy

Luis Almagro has been secretary general of an institution generally regarded as moribund: the Organization of American States. Thanks to him, it is rapidly becoming relevant again.

Former Costa Rican vice president elected to Inter-American Court of Human Rights

Elizabeth Odio Benito, a Costa Rican lawyer and former vice president, has a long resume of accomplishments in international human rights and national government.

US-Venezuela clash threatens to overshadow upcoming Summit of the Americas

Panamanian authorities have been meeting with counterparts of different countries, seeking to decrease the spiraling political tension after U.S. President Barack Obama ordered new sanctions against Venezuela.

Voters head to the polls in El Salvador to elect legislators, mayors

For the first time, voters will be able to select individual candidates from any party rather than being forced to vote for a single party with an established list of candidates. Voters can still opt to simply choose a party.

Bolivia’s Evo Morales: Obama should lift the embargo and return Guantánamo Naval base to Cuba

U.S. President Barack Obama should take part in the next Summit of the Americas in Panama, he should work to lift the six-decade embargo against Cuba, and while at it, return the U.S. Naval base in Guantánamo to the Caribbean island nation, Bolivian President Evo Morales said Thursday.

Brazilian corruption probe reveals possible links to Costa Rica, Guatemala

The names of Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solís and former National Liberation Party presidential nominee Johnny Araya were among several prominent figures listed on a handwritten note allegedly redacted by José Aldemário Pinheiro Filho, the president of Brazilian contractor OAS and a target of an ongoing corruption investigation in the South American country.

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