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American Airlines Expands Costa Rica Presence with Philadelphia-Guanacaste Route

American Airlines announced a new route from Philadelphia International Airport to Guanacaste, Costa Rica, starting December 7, 2024. This will be the first time...

Panama Canal Increases Ship Transits Amid Persistent Water Shortage

The Panama Canal increased its daily number of ship transits this Thursday, although the water deficit that led to the restriction of crossings and...

Costa Rica Faces Alarming Obesity Epidemic as WHO Projects Grim Future

As revealed by projections from the World Health Organization (WHO), Costa Rica could rank third among nations with the highest rates of overweight and...

Costa Rica Backs Limon Marina Project to Create Jobs and Boost Tourism

A few months ago, President Rodrigo Chaves announced a plan to build a new marina and cruise dock in the province of Limon.  The...

Costa Rica Revisits Controversial Diquis Hydroelectric Project

President Rodrigo Chaves announced that his government intends to reactivate the Diquis hydroelectric project. The project involved the construction of a reservoir on the...

Keylor Navas Bids Emotional Farewell to Paris Saint-Germain

Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas has confirmed his departure from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) at the end of his contract. This announcement came just a...

Illegal Logging Leads Environmental Crime Reports in Costa Rica

The National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) processed 7,240 complaints related to environmental crimes between March 2023 and March 2024. These are complaints that...

Nicaraguan Miss Universe and the Cost of Fame

The Nicaraguan Sheynnis Palacios, current Miss Universe, cannot return to Nicaragua and her family members had to go into exile, stated opposition media edited...

ICE Announces No Power Cuts on Monday

The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) announced that next Monday, May 13, there will be no power cuts as previously planned. The information was confirmed...

Almost 300 animals transferred to refuge after closure of zoos in Costa Rica

Police, veterinarians, and officials from the Ministry of Environment transferred nearly 300 animals to a refuge in Costa Rica this Saturday, following the closure...

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