A Costa Rican Red Cross member distributes food to migrants in an encampment of Africans in Penas Blancas, Guanacaste, Costa Rica, on July 19. In a makeshift camp hundreds of tents shelter Haitians, Congolese, Senegalese and Ghanaian migrants waiting to continue their journey to the United States. Photo Ezequiel Becerra/AFP/Getty Images
QCOSTARICA – More than 100 illegal migrants are entering Costa Rica every day, looking for “coyotes” (smugglers) to take them across the Nicaraguan border and on to the United States, President Luis Guillermo Solis says.
Solis, said on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly that 85% of the new arrivals were from Haiti by way of Brazil, where many settled after Haiti’s 2010 earthquake but whose construction jobs had disappeared now the Rio Olympics were

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