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Chileans look to future after referendum to replace constitution

Chileans gleefully ripped up their Pinochet-era constitution in a weekend referendum, but the focus turned to the next chapter.

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Honduras under state of emergency over gang activity

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Costa Rica vs Japan World Cup Match Preview

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Walter Espinoza, Head of Costa Rica’s Top Crime Fighting Organization Dies Suddenly

Walter Espinoza, the director of the Organization of Judicial Investigations (OIJ) has died. He was just 54 years old. The press director of OIJ, Maricel...

Costa Rica Ends Search for Plane Crash with German Fitness Billionaire

Costa Rican authorities on Tuesday ended the search for the plane in which German billionaire Rainer Schaller and his family were traveling, nearly two...

Living in Costa Rica: Adapting to a New Life

Traveling to Costa Rica can seem like paradise dreams and a vacation life. Why wouldn’t it be? With its tropical beaches, jungle paradise, and...

Costa Rica’s Retes Archaeological Site

According to the University of Costa Rica, in February 1952, on the slopes of the Irazú volcano, the Retes Archaeological Site was accidentally discovered...

Tourism in Costa Rica Affected by Poor Road Conditions

Costa Rica’s Road infrastructure is as bad as it’s ever been. The result of which is a new setback for tourism, economic reactivation and...

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...

Nicaragua Attributes Massive Migration to U.S. to Sanctions

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega said Thursday that sanctions imposed by Washington on his country and allied governments such as Cuba and Venezuela have provoked...

How Could U.S. Sanctions On Nicaragua Gold Effect Illegal Mining In Costa Rica?

U.S. President Joe Biden recently signed an executive order that bans U.S. companies from doing business in the Nicaragua gold industry. At the same...

Migrants Return to Venezuela After US Veto

Amid hugs, tears of joy and frustration, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants returned to their country on Wednesday after a failed attempt to reach the...

Costa Rica Boy Snatched By Crocodile In Front Of His Family

Costa Rica authorities continued their search for a small boy that was attacked by a large crocodile late Sunday afternoon. The boy was spending...
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Living in Costa Rica: Adapting to a New Life

Traveling to Costa Rica can seem like paradise dreams and a vacation life. Why wouldn’t it be? With its tropical beaches, jungle paradise, and...

At least 4,473 Women Victims of Femicide in Latin America in 2021

At least 4,473 women were victims of femicide in Latin America during 2021, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) reported...

Crocodiles Endure “the most polluted river” in Costa Rica

The site of dozens of huge crocodiles are looming on the surface of the Tárcoles, others are resting on the shore of this Costa...

Rural Tourism in Costa Rica’s Pérez Zeledón

Pérez Zeledón is in the southern region of Costa Rica. It's known for being home to Cerro Chirripó and Los Crestones. However, this area...

The Proposed Digital Asset Law for Costa Rica

There is a formal proposal to create a new law that will regulate the digital asset (DA) market in Costa Rica. This proposal, which...
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