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Lawmakers in Costa Rica ask government to speed up medical cannabis debate

Costa Rica has said it supports hemp production, but has expressed reservations with cannabis, claiming it would need to create mechanisms to prevent its recreational use.
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Costa Rica’s National Team arrived in the country after World Cup participation

On Saturday, December 3rd, the National Team returned to...

Sixteen Costa Rican girls visit NASA Space Center

Sixteen Costa Rican girls traveled to NASA's Space Center...

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Costa Rica’s biggest export isn’t what you think

Costa Rica has come a long way since it was a literal banana republic — a country whose economy was dominated by the fruit...

Costa Rica Finally Passes Tuna Reform Law

After three years of being bounced around between two sets of representatives from congress, the Tuna reform law finally became law. There are two...

10 Benefits of Natural Aloe Vera: A Tropical Wonder Plant

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

Meteorological Institute Forecasts Intense Costa Rica Rainy Season for 2022

The National Meteorological Institute (IMN) presented the forecast for the 2022 rainy season, noting that intense rainfall is expected, as well as at least...

Costa Rican Goalkeeper Keylor Navas Injured per PSG

Keylor Navas, Paris Saint-German (PSG) goalkeeper, was not included in the squad for the Champions League group stage game against Juventus due to a...

Death toll at 10 in 2021 due to liquor adulterated with methanol

At least 10 people have died this year in Costa Rica from the consumption of alcoholic beverages adulterated with methanol.

Costa Rica’s love-hate relationship with ‘Jurassic Park’

Moviemakers didn't bother to consult an atlas before filming scenes that ostensibly took place in Costa Rica. Will the latest installment do better?

“We’re going anyway”: Venezuelans Brave Jungle Crossing in Panama

Wading through knee-deep mud, some limping, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants battle against fatigue with their eye on the prize: hope for a new life...

The FIFA World Cup Trophy Will Be Exhibited in Costa Rica

The FIFA World Cup Trophy, presented by Coca-Cola, will be exhibited in San Jose, Costa Rica on November 2 and 3, 2022. Upon arrival...

Guitar-Making a Family Tradition in Tibás

On a residential street in the northern San José district of Tibás, a modest two-story wooden building houses the workshop of the family Guzmán,...
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Costa Rica Pacific Coast Fishing Report

Fishing out of Quepos, Costa Rica in November was spectacular this year. The Marlin were close and the Dorado thick. Conditions were...

Pride and resignation in Costa Rica after being left out of the World Cup in Qatar-2022

Disappointment, joy, enthusiasm, resignation and pride were the emotions that Costa Rica fans experienced on Thursday during the match against Germany, which the Ticos...

Foreign Investment in Costa Rica: Evolution Free Trade Zone

Costa Rica continues to attract foreign investments and position itself as one of the countries where the Free Trade Zone Regime is a true...

Remittances to Latin America increased in 2022

The volume of money sent by Latin American and Caribbean migrants to their families increased 9.3% in 2022, but that growth will not be...

Future Integrity Of Costa Rica Hydroelectric Dam: “Unforseeable”

International experts are being sought to address an ongoing issue at the Reventezon hydroelectric plant. The Costa Rica Electricity Institute (ICE), the state owned...
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