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Honduran police arrest five after mob of 600 lynches Italian man

Honduran police on Friday arrested five suspects for their role in killing an Italian man, who was lynched by a mob of more than...

Central American officials blacklisted by U.S. as part of corruption crackdown

Central American presidential aides, top judges and former presidents were put on a U.S. State Department list on Thursday that names individuals the U.S....

VP Harris visits US-Mexico border amid migrant policy scrutiny

Vice President Kamala Harris met Friday with federal agents and unaccompanied migrant children at the southern US border as part of a trip to...

Salvadoran bitcoin users to get $30 from government: president

Facing resistance from the World Bank, IMF and opposition parties to his move to make bitcoin legal tender in El Salvador, President Nayib Bukele...

Top-Rated Pay Per Head Sites Flourish With Online Gambling Growth

The coronavirus pandemic had a major impact on the casino and sports betting industry for most of last year. Land-based casinos and retail sportsbooks...

Costa Rica tuna cannery’s effect on costal communities

Alimentos Pro Salud S.A., the Puntarenas Company that produces a variety of different brands of canned tuna including Sardimar is one of the largest...

A month after crossing river into US, immigrants face harsh reality

They crossed the Rio Grande into the United States without papers and clutching their young children. Now, thousands of Central American immigrants face myriad...

Review: Invictus Restaurant, Lounge and Sports Bar

I was contacted by the Tico Times to write a review of a restaurant in Escazú. Ironically, it turned out to be an establishment...

How Does Coffee Pulp Help Costa Rica Reforestation?

While the ever growing demands of society continue to encourage the destruction of tropical forests, like in Costa Rica, there are new reforestation techniques...

Costa Rica relocation/retirement guide book releases its 19th edition

Long time Costa Rica citizen and Tico Times columnist, Christopher Howard, releases the 19th edition of his popular relocation/retirement guide Over 40 years ago Christopher Howard...

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