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UN approves investigation regarding Russia-attributed atrocities in Ukraine

The United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council approved Thursday in Geneva, by a large majority, to initiate an investigation on the possible war crimes...

2021 LatAm growth won’t offset pandemic economic decline: UN

Women were hardest hit, it said, and their participation in the labor market suffered a 10-year setback.

Costa Rica urges ‘democratization’ of global vaccine process

Costa Rica called to intensify Covid-19 vaccine production and to democratize their distribution to meet the needs of the poorest countries, which face difficulties in accessing them.

Environmental efforts send Costa Rica to top of Human Development Index in Latin America

Costa Rica climbed in the Human Development Index (HDI) in 2020.

Ecuador and Costa Rica ask UN to expand limits of their continental shelf

This would give the two nations rights over the use of the soil and subsoil of a wide area of ​​great marine wealth.

China calls US outrage over Venezuela UN election ‘unjustifiable’

Maduro still has strong support at the UN, from Russia and China in particular.

Uproar as Venezuela wins seat on UN rights council

Human Rights Watch condemned Thursday's vote as a slap in the face to the people of Venezuela and the international community.

UN elects Venezuela over Costa Rica to serve on Human Rights Council

Venezuela beat Costa Rica by just nine votes.

Costa Rica ‘confident and committed’ as UN Human Rights Council decision nears

The 193 members of the UN General Assembly will place their votes on Thursday morning. 

UN Committee Against Torture concerned by prison overcrowding in Costa Rica

“Policies should not focus on constructing new prisons, but rather on decreasing the rate of incarceration,” said the delegate of the United Nations.

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