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UN Calls for Protection of Costa Rica’s Indigenous People’s Rights

The United Nations (UN) issued a statement calling for respect for the rights of indigenous people. August 9 is the International Day of the...

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Costa Rica vs Spain World Cup Match: How bad was it?

Costa Rica got their World Cup campaign off to the worst possible start, as they suffered their heaviest-ever defeat at a World Cup, going...

Costa Rica Travel: Barrio Escalante among ‘Coolest Neighborhoods’

Barrio Escalante, located in Costa Rica's capital city San José, was among those selected in the 'Coolest Neighborhoods' category by Time Out magazine. The...

Costa Rica Cat Killer Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison

A Costa Rican court on Monday sentenced a man responsible for killing a cat named Ochi, who was his pet, to two years in...

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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...

Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano is a World Geological Heritage Site

The Poás Volcano National Park was included in the World Geological Heritage list by The International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS). The decision to include...

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...

Recordings Show Some ‘mute’ Animals Communicate Vocally

More than 50 animal species previously thought to be mute actually communicate vocally, according to a study published on Tuesday which suggested the trait...

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...

Waldorf Astoria Hotel to Open in Costa Rica in 2025

The new Waldorf Astoria Guanacaste Hotel from Hilton's luxury portfolio is under construction in Playa Penca, Costa Rica, and will be inaugurated in 2025. The...

Sawfish Seen in Costa Rica after 7 Years

The Pez Sierra is a Costa Rica project composed of a team of scientists from the Center for Marine Science and Limnology Research  (Cimar)...
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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...

FECOP Shows How VR Helps Fight Illegal Fishing in Costa Rica

Officials from the Public Ministry, judges, prosecutors, Judicial Investigation Agency (OIJ), the National Coast Guard (SNG), and INCOPESCA received a specialized course on illegal...
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