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Blinken urges Central America to defend democracy to alleviate migration

The US Secretary of State urged Central America to defend democracy and fight corruption to fight the root causes of the influx of migrants to the United States

Secretary of State making first LatAm trip, arrives in Costa Rica today

The head of US diplomacy, Antony Blinken, will visit Costa Rica on his first trip to Latin America

Costa Rica ‘cautiously’ rejoins SICA

Foreign Minister Manuel González announced Thursday that Costa Rica would rejoin the Central American Integration System, SICA, after a six month hiatus.

From the outside, Costa Rica’s president calls for SICA reforms

Despite the bloc’s problems, Costa Rica has little option but to keep working with its neighbors, say international relations experts.

Costa Rica’s Solís calls for ‘more substantive’ Central America integration

GUATEMALA CITY – It's time to leave the rhetoric aside, said Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solís as he kicked off a four-day visit to Guatemala Thursday with a call for a "more substantive" Central America integration.

Central American countries agree to safe passage for Cuban migrants marooned in Costa Rica

After more than a month at loggerheads over what to do with Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica en route to the U.S., Central American countries finally reached an agreement to allow them safe passage.

Costa Rica to deport Cuban migrants who lack visa

A group of 56 Cuban migrants were at a temporary detention center in San José on Monday waiting to be deported back to their country.

Central America leaders fail again to reach agreement on Cuban migrant crisis

Central American negotiators on Tuesday failed at yet another attempt to find a solution to help Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica near its borders with Nicaragua and Panama.

Discussion of Cuban migrant crisis to resume Tuesday in Mexico

The meeting was convened by representatives of the Central American Integration System, or SICA, to seek a regional solution to the crisis.

Costa Rica’s Solís bails on Central America summit over Cuban migrant standoff

A summit of Central American leaders in El Salvador on Friday failed to break a regional impasse over the fate of 5,000 U.S.-bound Cuban migrants blocked in Costa Rica for weeks. Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís left the summit before its close without making a promised speech on the issue.

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