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Costa Rica prepares for first visit by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will speak at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, meet with indigenous leaders and promote mass transit during his one-day stay in Costa Rica.

Photos: A visit to a Costa Rican Cabécar indigenous community

Visiting the San José Cabecar indigenous community, located in the mountains of Talamanca, Limón, is not something many people have the chance to do. This community is one of the few in Costa Rica that has maintained a significant part of its identity; they still use natural medicine, hunting and fishing techniques, traditional cultural activities and language.

Massive photo project to showcase Costa Rica’s diversity, people

The colorful work of Argentine photographer Lucas Iturriza will be displayed in western San José's La Sabana Park to celebrate Costa Rica's diversity.

Helping the ‘Mountain People’ of Costa Rica

Second in a two-part series on medical missions to one of the most remote communities in Costa Rica.

Aid comes to the mountains

First in a two-part series: Photographer and writer Lucas Iturriza joins a medical mission to one of the most remotee communities in Costa Rica.

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