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Nicaragua Expels International Red Cross Delegation

The government of socialist Daniel Ortega expelled from Nicaragua the resident delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Thomas Ess, whose...

Red Cross responded to 10,000 incidents during Semana Santa

The Costa Rican Red Cross attended to 10,058 incidents during Semana Santa (Easter Holy Week), the organization said in a statement.

Structural fire destroys at least 150 homes in Guararí, Heredia

A Wednesday morning fire in Guararí, Heredia, destroyed the homes of more than 530 people, according to Costa Rica's National Emergency Commission (CNE).

Red Cross working with Latin American authorities to address immigration

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) began a meeting with police delegates from 12 Latin American countries in Guatemala on Wednesday.

Here’s how you can donate to Hurricane Otto relief in Costa Rica

Donation options for Hurricane Otto relief are piling up after the storm left its mark on Costa Rica.

Missing US hiker Cody Dial’s parents submit DNA to investigators

Police spoke plainly about the theory that the remains belong to Cody Dial, who went missing in the national park in July 2014, but a DNA test that would confirm to whom the bones belong is still weeks away.

Costa Rican capital hit by heavy rains, flash floods

Heavy thunderstorms and flash floods washed away cars and flooded homes across the Costa Rican capital of San José, with the neighborhoods of Los Yoses, San Pedro, Montes de Oca and Desamparados among the hardest hit by the rains.

Rumblings at Rincón de la Vieja Volcano prompt Red Cross mobilization

Recent activity at Rincón de la Vieja Volcano has led the Red Cross to mobilize a small team to assess possible risks of flooding and damage to bridges over the Pénjamo River.

Could new clues help locate an Argentine plane that disappeared in Costa Rica 50 years ago?

Costa Rica's Talamanca Mountains are among the most remotes places in Central America. Far from major cities, thick with tropical jungle, rivers, venomous snakes and cold mountaintops, the region is practically inhospitable. This is where an airplane with 68 Argentine Air Force cadets on board disappeared without a trace in 1965.

3 US Coast Guard officers injured in lightning strike at Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano 

A sudden thunderstorm passed over the popular tourist destination on Saturday at about 12:30 p.m. Before park rangers could clear the scenic overlook, lightning struck roughly 25 meters away from the three, Poás National Park Administrator Redy Conejo told The Tico Times.

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