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Costa Rica Ministers Push for Mining Code Reform Amid Environmental Concerns

Costa Rica President Rodrigo Chaves and several ministers met yesterday with deputies from various political parties to discuss mining in Crucitas. The government seeks...

Iconic Costa Rica Bridge to Pacific Coast Nears Completion

Excellent news for those traveling between Guanacaste and San Jose: the Amistad Bridge over the Tempisque River is 99% complete and will be inaugurated...

US President Joe Biden Ends Reelection Bid: Impact on 2024 Race

US President Joe Biden announced Sunday that he was dropping out of his reelection battle with Donald Trump, in a historic move that plunges...

Costa Rica’s Route 32 Expansion on Track for March 2025 Opening

The government confirmed that Route 32, the main road from San Jose to Limón, will finally be ready in March 2025. The project involves...

Yokasta Valle’s Return to Glory with Quick Knockout Win in Costa Rica

In a stunning display of skill and power, Costa Rica's own Yokasta Valle (31-3, 10 KOs) made quick work of India's Ramandeep Kaur on...

U.S. Citizen Arrested in Costa Rica for Alleged Human Trafficking Ring

The Judicial Investigation Organism (OIJ) announced the arrest of a U.S. citizen, identified by the surname Clinton, 65 years old, for the alleged crime...

Guanacaste’s Tourism Paradise Faces Security Challenges

Guanacaste is one of the most visited provinces by tourists every year. With its own airport, a wide range of luxury hotels, magnificent beaches,...

Costa Rica President Backs Disputed Logging Permits as Investigations Continue

On Wednesday, President Rodrigo Chaves commented on the ongoing investigation regarding the alleged illegal logging case in Gandoca Manzanillo. He backed the National System...

El Salvador’s President Offers Free Coffee to Promote Local Businesses

"The 'presi' invites you for a coffee," reads the text on cardboard cups under the name of Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele's X account. On...

Hate Speech and Political Polarization Threaten Costa Rica’s Free Press

Freedom of speech and press freedom in Costa Rica have significantly weakened due to factors such as disinformation, hate speech, political polarization, and the...

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