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Franklin Chang Diaz
Astronaut and Physicist Franklin Chang Diaz was born in San Jose, Costa Rica on April 5, 1950 to a Costa Rican mother and a father of Chinese descent.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Man charged with threatening Canada-Panama flight
A 25-year-old man charged for allegedly making threats on a flight from Toronto to Panama City is being released on $1,000 bail.
The Washington Post
Will stepped up enforcement stop the flow of migrants?
Her slender wrists still red from the handcuffs, she stepped off the airplane on the 36th day of her journey, back where she began.
Bring solar power to the truly needy and change lives
People who would most benefit from solar power are at the very low income level and cannot afford to install solar panels or even weatherize their homes.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
San Pedro Sun
Promoting proper sanitation with the SWaMA
On Monday July 21st The Belize Solid Waste Management Authority set up a public information booth at the Central Park.
Forests, culture and development in indigenous Panama
"This way, over the stream," calls the young tecnico, one of my village guides and GPS experts, as we reach the hill's peak.
US considering refugee status for Honduran children
It is one of several plans under review to deter Central American kids from making the difficult and dangerous journey to the Southwest border, White House officials said Thursday.
Not Clear on the Concept Of Border Control: Obama Admin To...
The top headline in the New York Times reports on a breakthrough idea the Obama Administration has cogitated on how to solve the border crisis.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Son of Alaska adventurer Roman Dial missing in Costa Rica
A search is reportedly underway in the wilds of Costa Rica for the son of a well-known Alaska adventurer who's been missing almost two weeks.
5 immigration issues Central American leaders will raise with Obama
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez speaks with El Salvador's president-elect Salvador Sanchez Ceren after a meeting at the presidential house in Tegucigalpa, on April 5, 2014.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Guatemalan schools offer a cheap alternative to formal study abroad programs
We've been walking for the last three hours among the mountains of Guatemala as the sun rises over the small villages below, bringing up memories of the small children we saw digging in trash, and the houses made out of what looked like leftover wood and slabs of concrete.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Quepos: This Costa Rican Restaurant is Touristy, But a Must for AvGeeks
One of the major tourist attractions on the Pacific Side of Costa Rica is Manuel Antonio National Park , where the ocean meets the rainforest outside the town of Quepos.
Press Releases: Counselor Shannon To Travel to Central America
Ambassador Thomas A. Shannon, Counselor of the Department of State, will travel to San Salvador, El Salvador as well as San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa, Honduras, from July 22-24.
Inside Costa Rica
Tourists flock to Panama for canal centennial
At Panama City's Miraflores Visitor's Center and Colon's Panama Canal Expansion Observation Center, tourists can experience the historic Panama Canal centenary celebrations to the fullest.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Jungle ruins in Belize
It's not as famous as Mexico's Chichen Itza. It's not as tall as Guatemala's Tikal.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
59 Migrants Deported From US Arrive in Honduras
A flight carrying 59 women and children arrived Friday in Honduras from New Mexico, the second group of migrants from the Central American country to be deported from the United States this week.
The York Daily Record
59 migrants deported from US arrive in Honduras
A charter flight carrying 59 women and children has arrived in Honduras from New Mexico, the second group of migrants from the Central American country to be deported from the U.S. this week.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
GOP Congressman Says Central America Too Dangerous for Congressmen-But Not for Kids
Rep. Steve Pearce , who spent the weekend visiting Honduras and Guatemala with six other members of Congress, reaffirmed his belief on Wednesday that the ongoing humanitarian crisis along the southern border is to send migrants home - even though he found his host city too dangerous to go outside.
10 Of The Most Crowded Beaches In Europe
You packed your blanket, bikini and bocce ball set... but nothing bites more than showing up to your beach vacation , only to find the spot is teeming with crowds.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Salvadorian farmers resist US imperialism in massive GMO seed scam
The United States is attempting to pull a fast one on the people of El Salvador with a new Trojan Horse "aid" package that would require the Central American country to purchase genetically-modified seeds from Monsanto in exchange for taking American taxpayers' hard-earned cash.