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Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park Featured on Netflix’s show

“Our Great National Parks” is a five-episode TV series, that allows its viewers to embark on a journey to visit 13 mighty and stunning...

Biden nominates Dr. Cynthia Telles as U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica

President Joe Biden has nominated Dr. Cynthia Ann Telles for the position of U.S. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Costa Rica.

Space Ticos: Astronaut Franklin Chang with Barack Obama in 2015

A photo of Tico astronaut Franklin Chang with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office was chosen as one of 2015's best by White House photographers.

10 Ticos selected for President Obama’s Young Leaders Initiative

Participants during five weeks will visit companies or non-government organisations where they will work jointly on a venture action plan to be implemented here upon their return.

Presidents Obama, Solís sign historic security donation for Costa Rica

Solís described the aid from the U.S. government as “the biggest assistance granted in the last 30 years” and a reflection of the good relations between the two countries.

US changing its policy with or without Cuba

U.S. President Barack Obama has shown a new way to design his policy toward Cuba. Will Cuba design a new policy toward the United States?

Yes, my family had to flee Cuba. But staying mad about it doesn’t achieve anything.

My parents were chemical engineers in Cuba; they met while working in the pharmaceutical industry. I was born on Aug. 14, 1990, a day after Fidel Castro turned 64. Mami extended her labor so I wouldn't share a birthday with our country's revolutionary leader.

US signs trade deal with Argentina during Obama trip

The United States and Argentina sealed a major trade deal on the first day of President Barack Obama's visit Wednesday, bolstering the efforts of his counterpart to end a decade-and-a-half of international financial isolation.

Obama addresses the Cuban nation in historic Havana visit

"Sí se puede," U.S. President Barack Obama told the Cuban people Tuesday in a nationwide address that promised a new beginning and a bright future together. "Yes we can."

Obama, Castro hail ‘new day’ for US-Cuba relations

U.S. President Barack Obama and his Cuban counterpart Raúl Castro vowed Monday in Havana to set aside their differences in pursuit of what the U.S. president called a "new day" for the relationship between the neighbors. President Castro, not used to press conferences, also refused to admit Cuba has political prisoners.

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