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US company Suttle to relocate its Costa Rica operations to Minnesota

Suttle's relocation means the dismissal of the company’s 113 employees in a process that will commence this week and expected be completed within the next six months.
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Honduran Authorities Seize Coca Plantation and Drug Lab

Honduran authorities seized on Tuesday a coca plantation of...

Costa Rican WhatsApp Numbers Published on Dark Web

Approximately 1.4 million Costa Rican WhatsApp phone numbers were...

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10 Benefits of Natural Aloe Vera: A Tropical Wonder Plant

Home Gardening: Check some of the exceptional healing properties of aloe.

Costa Rica Expat Life: La Pobrecita

Recently I was driving from Dominical to Quepos, on the Costenara highway. My first 20 yearsin Costa Rica, this 40km stretch was unpaved, a...

Costa Rica Authorizes First Hemp Plantation

The Minister of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG), Víctor Julio Carvajal Porras, signed the resolution authorizing the first project for the use of hemp this...

Want to visit Costa Rica’s Chirripó National Park in 2023?

Excellent news for all those who want to visit Chirripó National Park next year: The National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) started making online...

Rainer Schaller And His Plane Still Missing In Costa Rica Waters

One week after his plane went missing off the coast of Costa Rica, Rainer Schaller, the owner of RSG Group, and his plane have...

Costa Rica Identifies Body of Rainer Schaller and His Son after Crash

On October 21st the private plane owned by German fitness billionaire Rainer Schaller went missing off of Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast. He and his...

A Costa Rica Halloween Story: The Cart Without Oxen

Like all cultures, Costa Rica’s has its share of legends. These tales are meant to be scary to keep people in line. Who’s going...

Illegal Fishing: The Ghost that Haunts Costa Rican Waters

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing is an enormous problem affecting Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia. In particular, the marine protected areas that make...

South America vs. Europe: Is Their a Change Coming in Qatar?

It will not be just another World Cup. Qatar 2022 may consolidate the trend or be a turning point in the already wide supremacy...

Pelé Feels Blessed for Being 82 Years Old and in Good Health

Former Brazilian soccer legend Pele feels blessed for turning 82 on Sunday and in good health, which in recent times has deteriorated. "My friends from...
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Costa Rica vs Germany Match Preview and Lineups

The bottom two sides in the group prepare for a mouthwatering encounter for qualification on Thursday, as Costa Rica faces Germany at the Al...

Costa Rican woman goes viral for praying at La Sele’s game against Japan

Costa Rican Sonia Rodríguez went viral after cameras showed her praying in the stands at the game against Japan. The 60-year-old is in Qatar supporting...

Costa Rica Denounces Killing of Crocodile Believed to Have Eaten Boy

Late last month an eight year old boy was attacked and taken away by a large crocodile while swimming in a river with his...

It’s Holiday Time in Costa Rica at San Joaquin de Flores

The lights of San Joaquin de Flores are shining again this year.  This traditional display of holiday lights and window scenes that have attracted...

Costa Rican Microbiologist Wins Second International Award for Studies on Parasites

Dr. Alicia Rojas Araya, scientist at the Faculty of Microbiology of the University of Costa Rica (UCR), received the CRPVBD Early Career Scientist Award. This...
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