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Nicaragua drops $80 million on Russian tanks

The $80 million T-72B tanks are a significant purchase for the hemisphere’s second poorest country, which spent $71.6 million total on its military in 2015, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

As Nicaragua elections approach, banned opposition decries Ortega’s budding dictatorship

As Nicaragua nears November's presidential elections, opposition leaders say President Daniel Ortega has established a family-run dictatorship reminiscent of the one he overthrew decades ago.

Why is Gas so Expensive in Costa Rica?

Gas prices are the topic of almost everyone's conversations these days. The rising cost of gasoline is on the mass's minds making their way...

Presidents Obama, Solís sign historic security donation for Costa Rica

Solís described the aid from the U.S. government as “the biggest assistance granted in the last 30 years” and a reflection of the good relations between the two countries.

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Tamarindo Faces Water Shortage as Development Outpaces Supply

Residents in the Cerro Khun area of Playa Tamarindo, Santa Cruz, Guanacaste, are facing severe water supply issues, exacerbating concerns. Cerro Khun, initially not designated...

Former Brazil Star Dani Alves Gets Jail Time for Raping Woman in Spain

A Spanish court on Thursday sentenced former Brazil international Dani Alves to four and a half years in prison after finding him guilty of...

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega Justifies Removing Nationality of Critics

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega on Wednesday justified stripping 317 opponents and critics of his government of their Nicaraguan nationality a year ago and sending...

Legislature Moves to Ban Oil Drilling in Costa Rica

The Environmental Commission of the Legislative Assembly passed a bill on Tuesday to prohibit the exploration and exploitation of gas and oil in Costa...

Costa Rica Crocodile Attack During Nesting Season Turns Deadly

Two men were attacked by a crocodile in the Terraba River, Osa. The incident unfolded precisely in the sector known as Rancho Quemado at...
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