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Costa Rica Participates in the Summit of the Americas

Minister of Foreign Trade, Manuel Tovar, represented Costa Rica at the Summit of the Americas, organized by the United States government in Los Angeles....

Costa Rica President will participate in the Summit of the Americas

The President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves, will travel to Los Angeles, California, to participate in the Summit of the Americas. The United States will...

Facebook wants to increase free Internet access in Latin America

PANAMA CITY, Panama — Facebook was at the VII Summit of the Americas this week looking for partners to increase free Internet access in Latin America, a region where more than 50 percent of the population does not have access to the web.

Castro, Obama hold historic meeting, agree to foster ‘a new relationship’

PANAMA CITY, Panama — President Barack Obama and President Raúl Castro symbolically ended more than a half-century of official estrangement between the United States...

After 23 years, the US is dropping its claim that Cuba sponsors terrorism. Here’s what it means.

Cuba's designation remains a curious one and, like much that still shapes the U.S-Cuba relationship, is a relic of the past. Here's what you need to know about Obama's planned move to enter the present.

Historic talks await Obama, Castro in Panama

PANAMA CITY – Hours after shaking hands, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raúl Castro headed toward historic talks in Panama on Saturday, sealing efforts to bury decades of animosity.

Presidents Obama and Solís discuss renewable energy

“It was a short meeting but very good,” Solís told reporters. The two leaders touched on the environment, renewable energy, security and U.S. investment in Costa Rica.

Presidents Obama, Solís meet at Summit of the Americas

U.S. President Barack Obama and Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís held their first one-on-one meeting during the Summit of the Americas in Panama Friday....

Obama suggests Cuba’s removal from terror list may be near

KINGSTON, Jamaica — U.S. President Barack Obama indicated Thursday that he will announce Cuba's removal from the U.S. State Department's list of state sponsors of terrorism this week, a move that should quickly lead to a full restoration of diplomatic ties and the opening of embassies in Havana and Washington.

Obama looks to Cuba shift to win back Latin America at summit

With much of Latin America struggling with slowing growth, leaders including Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff are arriving in Panama with plans to engage the U.S. more substantively than in previous years.

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