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Costa Rica Faces Water Supply Challenges Amid Severe Drought

In a press conference the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (AyA), the government entity responsible for water supply in the country, announced...

Costa Rican Court Upholds Nutritional Warning Labels on Food

In a significant ruling on Tuesday, the Constitutional Court of Costa Rica struck down a controversial provision implemented by the Ministry of Health that...

US Women’s Soccer Team to Face Costa Rica Before Olympics

The United States women's national soccer team, four-time Olympic champions, are set to face off against Costa Rica on July 16 at Audi Field...

AI to the Rescue: Saving Brazil’s Wildlife from Roadkill

In Brazil, where about 16 wild animals become roadkill every second, a computer scientist has come up with a futuristic solution to this everyday...

Costa Rica’s Declining Press Freedom Highlighted in US Report

The U.S. Department of State published the 2023 Human Rights Report. The document analyzed the state of human rights in Costa Rica and reported...

US Family Finds New Life in Costa Rican Blue Zone

CNN published the story of a U.S. family that moved to Costa Rica, and it changed their lives completely. Kema Ward-Hopper and Nicholas Hopper...

Alcaraz Hopeful for Madrid Masters 1000 Return

The Spanish player Carlos Alcaraz, world number three, did not want to fully confirm his participation in the Madrid Masters 1000, but stated that...

Is Costa Rica Becoming a Growing Hub for Cryptocurrency?

Costa Rica ranks 92nd in Chainalysis' Global Cryptocurrency Adoption Index 2023. The report highlights widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies, with many companies accepting them as...

Costa Rica Tackles Measles Threat with Vaccination Campaign

Costa Rican health authorities have focused on continuing the vaccination of children against measles, rubella, and mumps. Although the country has historically maintained high...

Costa Rican Companies Struggle with Low Dollar Exchange Rate

Costa Rican companies had warned on several occasions that keeping the dollar so low was causing many economic problems. They emphasized that without action,...

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