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Hurricane kills 9 in Costa Rica

In neighboring Nicaragua, officials reported no casualties but dozens of homes were damaged in low-lying areas.

Hurricane, earthquake hit Central America

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega declared a national emergency to handle both potential disasters.
 

Hurricane Otto heads toward Central America, kills 3

 Tropical Storm Otto strengthened into a hurricane in the Caribbean as it lurched toward Central America, causing three deaths in Panama and prompting coastal evacuations in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

Talamancan Palm-Pitviper: Latest species to join the slithering reptiles discovered!

Talamancan Palm-Pitviper: Latest species to join the slithering reptiles discovered!

A large snake might reach about 30 inches, but most are less than 24 inches.

US, Cuba hold migration talks in Havana; no new agreements

US, Cuba hold migration talks in Havana; no new agreements

US And Cuban officials held another round of talks on migration issues in Havana to further discussions last held in December, but no new agreements were announced to advance the diplomatic thaw begun a year and a half ago by presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro.

Copa America Centenario: Costa Rica see red in draw with Paraguay

Copa America Centenario: Costa Rica see red in draw with Paraguay

The result leaves Colombia who beat the United States in Friday`s opener, alone at the top of the group with three points.

Costa Rica urges LatAm response to Cuban, African migrants

Costa Rica urged Latin American nations Tuesday to coordinate efforts on handling Cuban and African migrants traveling through the region in bids to enter the United States.

The last Cuban migrants leave Costa Rica

The last of nearly 8,000 Cuban migrants stranded for months in Costa Rica flew to Mexico Tuesday to continue their journey to the United States, the government said.

Costa Rica busts migrant-trafficking ring

Costa Rican authorities have broke up a ring connected to an international network that smuggled migrants from Cuba, Asia and Africa willing to pay up to USD 30,000 each for a chance to make their way to the United States, officials said.

2016 Copa America to feature six CONCACAF teams

2016 Copa America to feature six CONCACAF teams

The tournament will be played in the US from June 2-26 with the host cities yet to be confirmed.

Watch: Rare mysterious 'rainbow cloud' formation appears over Costa Rica!

Watch: Rare mysterious 'rainbow cloud' formation appears over Costa Rica!

 To the delight and surprise of residents and tourists in Costa Rica , a so-called rainbow cloud formed over the skies leaving them in awe.

Intel lays off 1,500 employees in Costa Rica

Yesterday's move was a major blow to the economy of the Central American country, where 2,700 people were employed at an assembly plant set up in 1998.

Intel, Bank of America deal Costa Rica double blow

Outgoing President Laura Chinchilla tried to downplay the double impact.

Cognizant opens new delivery centre in Costa Rica

IT services major Cognizant on said it has expanded its delivery and operations footprint in Americas with the opening of a delivery centre in San Jos, Costa Rica.

India, Costa Rica sign MoU to enhance trade ties

India and Costa Rica have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for enhancing trade and commerce ties between the two countries.