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The Body of the US diver missing in Costa Rica has been Found

According to the Costa Rican authorities, yesterday afternoon, the body of the American citizen who had been missing since 2 o'clock in the afternoon...

2 US tourists among dead in Costa Rica minibus crash

Two American tourists and a man from Switzerland were among at least four people who died in a minibus crash Friday in western Costa...

Betty White, Celebrity of US television, dead at 99

Actress Betty White, who made US television audiences laugh for more than seven decades, starring on popular sitcoms "The Golden Girls" and "The Mary...

2021’s Notable Deaths: Adieu Prince Philip and Desmond Tutu

From Britain's Prince Philip to Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu, here are some of the most notable deaths of 2021. January   Phil Spector, who...

Lama Thubten Wangchen: ‘You are so lucky to be Costa Ricans’

All the countries he visits become his home.

Strong winds cause three deaths in Costa Rica, one in El Salvador

Two Swiss tourists, both 70, died early Sunday morning when a tree fell onto the cabin where they were staying in the Caribbean beach town of Cahuita.

Costa Rica debates right-to-die legislation

Costa Rica’s legislature is debating a bill that would give terminally ill patients the right to refuse treatment, which supporters say will guarantee their right to a “dignified death.”

Costa Rican health minister: Auto accidents are a public health issue

Costa Rica’s health minister called auto accidents a public health priority Monday during the presentation of the country’s new National Health Plan. Health Minister Dr. Fernando Llorca’s words were part of what he said was a more “holistic” approach to public health in Costa Rica.

One of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies

Diego, who weighed just 988-grams, was born with his five other siblings Sunday evening after only 28 weeks. He died Wednesday after his lungs failed.

Longevity mathematics: Why you may not want to retire

I've been looking to new role models, those who bloomed or rebloomed in midlife. My idiosyncratic list includes novelist Frank McCourt, who taught at my Manhattan high school for decades before publishing the Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir "Angela's Ashes" when he was 66.

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