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Tropical Storm Bonnie leaves 1 dead and damage in El Salvador

Tropical Storm Bonnie, which is moving through the Pacific of Central America, claimed the life of one person on Saturday in El Salvador where...

Tropical Storm Bonnie heads to the Pacific after crossing Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Tropical Storm Bonnie, which impacted the south of Nicaragua with strong winds and rains, left the continental territory this Saturday towards the Pacific with...

Updates on impact of Tropical Storm Bonnie in Costa Rica

As previously announced, Tropical Storm Bonnie affected the country in the early hours of the morning. Therefore, the government and other institutions were forced...

Costa Rican authorities prepare for tropical storm

Through a press conference, Costa Rican authorities informed today that they would implement preventive measures, anticipating the impact of Tropical Storm Bonnie. Specifically, 930 residents...

Ida projected to miss Central America, hit US as hurricane

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) predicts Tropical Storm Ida will develop into a major hurricane and make landfall in the United States on Sunday or Monday.

Authorities predict another active Atlantic hurricane season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday predicted another above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, the U.S. scientific agency announced.

Central America warns of an active hurricane season

In November 2020, Central America was hit by hurricanes Eta and Iota, which left at least 200 dead, as well as millions of dollars in losses to the economy.

Eta and Iota damages in Honduras exceed $1.8 billion

Almost 100 people died in Honduras after the passage of two cyclones in the first half of November.

Central America hopes to resume climate agenda with Biden, Costa Rica’s Foreign Minister says

Central American countries hope to resume environmental talks in their relations with the United States when Joe Biden takes office, says Costa Rican Foreign Minister Rodolfo Solano.

Eta and Iota left 200 dead, millions in financial losses across Central America

Hurricanes Eta and Iota, which hit Central America this month, left at least 200 confirmed dead and as many missing, as well as millions of dollars in productivity losses and infrastructure damage.

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