Travel

Vacation Trip to Costa Rica Was the Essential Prize for North American Tourists

A total of 5,800 residents of the United States and Canada participated in the “Who’s essential to you” contest, promoted by the...

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World Committee On Tourism Ethics Issues Statement On War in Ukraine

The World Committee on Tourism Ethics (WWCD), an impartial body reporting directly to the UNWTO General Assembly, met under a new chair and...

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Varadero to Host the Oldest MICE Fair in The Americas

Cuba will host the 24th edition of the MITM Americas (Meetings & Incentive Travel Market), considered the oldest business tourism fair...

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The Hard Rock Punta Cana Is Renovated and Registers “Very Good Demand”

RCD Hotels took advantage of the pause in the tourist movement imposed by the pandemic to polish the brightness of the Mega hotel Hard Rock...

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US To Allow More Flight Routes to Cuba In Latest Restriction Lift

Biden administration announced plan to lift Trump-era restrictions related to Cuba in May in bid to re-engage. The administration of United...

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Breaking news

Gustavo Petro elected Colombia’s first leftist president

Ex-guerrilla Gustavo Petro was elected the first ever left-wing president of Colombia on Sunday, after beating millionaire businessman Rodolfo Hernandez in a tense and unpredictable runoff election. With all votes counted, Petro — the 62-year-old former mayor of Bogota — won with 50.4 percent compared to Hernandez’s 47.3 percent....

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Breaking news

War begins to impact food in Latin America

Global commodity inflation, aggravated by the war in Ukraine, threatens to leave 14 million people in Latin America food insecure, almost 50% more than the current figure, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) warned yesterday at a press conference. There are currently 9.7 million people in this situation of food insecurity in the...

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Biden, Harris formally open Summit of the Americas in LA

President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and local leaders formally opened the Ninth Summit of the Americas Wednesday in downtown Los Angeles, calling the gathering an opportunity to build economies across the Western Hemisphere and create a “prosperous and inclusive future.” Dignitaries from across the hemisphere...

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Headline News

President of Panama announces blood cancer diagnosis

The President of Panama Laurentino Cortizo said on Monday that he has blood cancer, although the 69-year-old said he feels well and is in...

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War in Ukraine Exacerbates Food Insecurity in Latin America

The World Food Programme (WFP) warned on Tuesday that the “domino effect” of the conflict in Ukraine aggravates the problems of...

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US Plans to Strike Central American Refugee Resettlement Deal with Spain: Report

The Biden administration hopes Spain will commit to hosting a “symbolic but significant number” of Central American refugees,...

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Headline News

The 2022 Summit of The Americas: An Embarrassment for Biden

The upcoming gathering in Los Angeles is shaping up to be not a genuine ‘Summit of the Americas’, but a ‘Summit of regional US...

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More Than 700 Monkeypox Cases Globally, 21 In US: CDC

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Friday it was aware of more than 700 global cases of monkeypox, including 21...

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Airlines

Arajet airline certified as a flight operator in the country

The interim general director of the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC), Héctor Porcella, officially delivered the Air Operator...

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Airlines

Virgin Atlantic Cancels Planned Havana Resumption

Virgin Atlantic has confirmed that its planned resumption of flights to Havana this November has been axed. The move comes just weeks after...

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Airlines

Iberojet of Spain Announces Flights to Santiago De Cuba

The Iberojet airline, owned by Ávoris Corporación Empresarial, announced today that from November 11, 2022 it will start operating a new...

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Other News

6 Things You Will Need to Turn Your Space into an Art Room 

Having your unique art or craft is a great thing. Aside from it letting other people know you more, you also get to express yourself with...

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COVID Cases Rise in The Americas, Nations Must Also Monitor Other Viruses –PAHO

COVID-19 cases in the Americas increased 10.4% last week from the previous one, but countries must also pay attention to a rise in other...

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US Readies to Host Regional Summit, But Attendance Still Unclear

The administration of United States President Joe Biden is readying plans to host next week’s Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, but...

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The IACHR Demanded That the Government of Nayib Bukele Improve The “Deplorable” Conditions of Prisons In El Salvador

According to data cited by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, more than 36,000 people were reportedly detained under the...

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President Cortizo Travels This Monday To the United States to Participate in The IX Summit of The Americas

The President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo, will travel tomorrow, Monday, June 6, to the city of Los Angeles, United States, to...

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Open Letter in US Newspaper Calls for Change in Policy Towards Cuba

An open letter published in the US newspaper “The San Francisco Examiner” urged President Joe Biden to change his policy...

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Mexico Carries Out Operations on Its Border with Guatemala To Prevent Migrant Caravan

Mexican authorities closed the circulation of avenues during the early morning to look for more migrants in hotels and streets. The Mexican...

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Honduras Arrests Accused Drug Cartel Leader Sought by U.S. for Extradition

Honduran authorities arrested accused cartel leader Herlinda Bobadilla on Sunday, following an extradition request for her and her sons by...

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Honduran Journalist Dies After Being Wounded by A Bullet

Honduran journalist Ricardo Alcides Avila died on Sunday in a Tegucigalpa hospital, days after being shot. According to the Committee for...

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Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela: Colombian ‘Chess Player’ Drug Lord Dies in US Prison

The former head of Colombia’s once-powerful Cali drugs cartel has died in prison in the United States. At one point, Gilberto...

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EU and Central America Advocate for Strategic Association

Representatives of the European Union (EU) and Central America began in Panama dialogue sessions aimed at consolidating a strategic...

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Belize House of Representatives Passes Motion Supporting Taiwan’s Global Participation

Proposal highlights Taiwan’s commitment to helping allies, international partners in need. The Belize House of Representatives on...

Business

MasterCard Brings Financial Inclusion Offering to Central America

MasterCard is rolling out a financial inclusion program in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras that will “accelerate the company’s...

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Business

India – Central America: Opportunities for the Future

Central America could prove to be a wonderful opportunity for trade and strategic linkages for India, as well as for South – South...

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Business

Dominican Free Zones to Export US$8.0B+

President Luis Abinader called a press conference on Tuesday morning to report on the growth experienced by free zones in the first quarter...

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Health

Low Intensity Shock Waves, A Promising Treatment

Promising treatment to treat arteriogenic erectile dysfunction (caused by arterial damage). Erectile dysfunction (ED) is relatively common...

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Health

Bariatric Surgery by Minimum Access, Pillar of Cuban Health 

Minimally invasive techniques standardized internationally give credit to this increasingly demanded service to face obesity, one of the...

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Health

“Sexual and Reproductive Health, General Health and Quality of Life”

Unhealthy Lifestyles Affect Sexual and Reproductive Health.”  Lack of exercise, obesity, meals rich in animal fat, fried things,...

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