Tens of thousands of people, primarily from Cuba and Haiti, made 2016 an unusual year on, and within, Costa Rica’s borders.
The small town of Bijagua has united to help its Hurricane Otto victims, as well as folks from nearby Upala.
Fidel Castro’s death has unleashed a wide variety of drastically different reactions.
Donation options for Hurricane Otto relief are piling up after the storm left its mark on Costa Rica.
Photos from Hurricane Otto’s landfall Thursday.
Hurricane Otto’s force is being felt throughout Central America as Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama have seen significant damages to their Caribbean coasts.
Hurricane Otto is nearing the shores of Costa Rica, so we’ve collected a list of precautions you should take and donations you can make before and during the storm.
Panama and Colombia both announced this week that they’re essentially letting undocumented migrants stuck in their countries move on. Most are headed for the United States.
Colombia has deported more than 5,800 migrants over the past two months, most of them from Haiti and Cuba, according to official figures released last week.
The decomposing bodies of eight undocumented migrants, likely African or Haitian, apparently headed to the U.S. have been found in Nicaragua’s vast southern freshwater Lake Nicaragua.