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Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado visits the United States

The president's meetings will focus on issues including security, investment, finance, the environment and technology.

Costa Rica institutes gun control platform in face of rising homicides

Costa Rica has 12,452 firearms registered to individuals and another 22,616 registered to companies.

Puerto Viejo: Is it time to lift the US travel alert?

Crime is down in Puerto Viejo and the rest of Costa Rica's south Caribbean coast, police and residents say, and it's safer here than in some other popular tourist destinations. So why does a 2-year-old U.S. travel alert remain in place?

Egyptian forces chasing jihadists kill Mexican tourists by mistake

Egypt said its security forces killed 12 people, including Mexican tourists, on Sunday after mistakenly targeting their four-vehicle convoy while chasing jihadists in the country's Western Desert.

Panama and Costa Rica agree to strengthen border security

The countries discussed creating a joint task force made up of police officers from both sides of the border.

From ‘America’s Mayor’ to international security guru: Rudy Giuliani sends experts to El Salvador

Rudolph “Rudy” Giuliani, the former New York City mayor (1994-2001) credited with dramatically reducing crime in the Big Apple, is about to take on a major challenge: advising Salvadoran authorities on how to fight crime in their country.

Mexican president talks about the economy, immigration, security

A hero in the financial world for the reforms he has enacted to open up Mexico's economy, President Enrique Peña Nieto took time out from his appearances at the United Nations and the Economic Club of New York this past week to talk about the U.S. border, crime and security, and how, in almost two years in office, he has sought to change his country.

US general sees anti-drug effort faltering in Latin America as funding declines

Dwindling defense budgets have been a boon to drug trafficking networks in Latin America as U.S. intelligence and interdiction assets in the Caribbean have been pared down, the top U.S. commander responsible for the region said Thursday.

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