Costa Rica

Costa Rica confirms three cases of avian influenza | News

The National Animal Health Service (Senasa) of Costa Rica confirmed this Tuesday the detection of the first three cases of avian influenza Type A, Subtype H5 in wild birds of the Central American country. CMIO.org in sequence:Colombia proposes to CELAC to specify integration plans Through a statement, the entity attached to the Ministry of Agriculture …

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Costa Rica registers 5,712 new cases of Covid-19 in one week | News

The Costa Rican Ministry of Health reported this Friday that between January 1 and 7, 5,712 new cases of Covid-19 were registered, which represents an increase in positive patients compared to the previous week. CMIO.org in sequence: Costa Rica announces police measures against the rise in homicides According to the entity’s statement, the increase in …

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Costa Rica marks historical record of homicides during 2022 | News

At the end of 2022, Costa Rica records 656 homicides, the highest number reported for these crimes in the country, local media reported on Monday, based on the final report of the Judicial Investigation Agency (OIJ). CMIO.org in sequence: Homicide rate breaks all-time record in Costa Rica According to police agency statistics released in mid-December, …

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Homicide rate breaks historical record in Costa Rica | News

Costa Rican judicial authorities announced this Thursday that the homicide rate this year set a historical record in the country when there were 12.2 murders per 100,000 inhabitants. CMIO.org in sequence: Costa Rica adds 70 cases of mpox during 2022 Until December 28, the Judicial Investigation Agency (OIJ) reported 638 homicides in 2022, exceeding the …

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Costa Rica urges compliance with sanitary measures against Covid-19 | News

The Ministry of Public Health (Minsa) of Costa Rica urged this Monday to comply with the sanitary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 due to the increase in cases in the last week. CMIO.org in sequence: They call in Costa Rica to complete vaccination against Covid-19 The General Director of Health, Melissa Ramírez, recommended …

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Why was International Migrants Day established? | News

Given the increase in migratory flows in the world, the General Assembly of the United Nations Organization (UN) proclaimed in 2000 that every December 18th International Migrants Day be celebrated. CMIO.org in sequence: Four migrants die after shipwreck in the English Channel By 1990, the General Assembly had adopted the International Convention on the Protection …

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SICA countries express concern about the situation in Haiti | News

The Summit of the Central American Integration System (SICA) ended this Friday in Santiago, Dominican Republic with a declaration in which leaders and delegates expressed concern about the serious situation prevailing in Haiti. CMIO.org in sequence: Dominican Republic hosts Central American Integration Summit “The international community has the obligation to come to the aid of …

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12 presidents and the King of Spain will attend Lula’s investiture | News

King Felipe VI of Spain and 12 heads of state confirmed this Thursday their attendance at the inauguration of the president-elect of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, on January 1. CMIO.org in sequence: Brazilian Senate approves Lula’s project to subsidize the most impoverished According to the director of the team that coordinates the inauguration …

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Dominican Republic hosts Central American Integration Summit | News

The LVI Meeting of Heads of State and Governments of the member countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA) will begin this Thursday in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic. CMIO.org in sequence: Dominican Republic will hold presidential elections in 2024 The meeting, scheduled to be held today and …

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Unesco analyzes biodiversity in 25 marine protected areas | News

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) reported this Wednesday on the implementation of an analysis of marine biodiversity carried out in 25 protected areas of the planet, several of them located in Latin America and the Caribbean. CMIO.org in sequence: Holy Week in Guatemala declared a World Heritage Site Through an official …

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