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Five students brutally murdered in Liberia

Five university students were murdered in a small apartment in Liberia, Guanacaste in Costa Rica Thursday morning. Another was in critical condition in a local hospital as of Thursday night.

Costa Rica’s Liberia airport announces $10 million expansion plan

CORIPORT, the company that manages the Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (LIR) in Guanacaste province, announced it will expand the terminal in coming months prompted by a significant increase in passenger traffic.

Liberia, Costa Rica’s gateway to elsewhere, is worth a closer look

Thanks to its international airport and the Inter-American Highway, Liberia is often thought of as a way to get to somewhere else. But with its colonial architecture and clean, tree-lined streets, the capital of Guanacaste is worth a look in its own right.

Costa Rica tops Nicaragua 1-0 in ugly friendly

Costa Rica defeated border rival Nicaragua 1-0 in a Tuesday friendly from Liberia thanks to a 59th minute header from MLS star Kendall Waston.

U.S. trio attacked in car by mob of protesters in Liberia

Three people from the U.S. were attacked and seriously injured last week by a mob near the Liberia airport protesting government fishing rules.

Police arrest 2 US citizens on cocaine possession charges

Costa Rica's National Police arrested two U.S. citizens with the last names Little and Goges in Liberia, capital of the northwestern province of Guanacaste, over the weekend for alleged cocaine possession. Three Costa Ricans, including a 17-year-old girl, also were charged, according to the police report.

Polemic news report at Venezuelan TV station prompts formal complaint from Costa Rica

Costa Rica's Communications Minister Carlos Roverssi on Wednesday sent a formal protest letter to the Venezuela-based TV station Telesur, after a news report aired Feb. 2 announced the existence of a U.S. Southern Command military base in Costa Rica's Guanacaste province.

Did Johnny Araya’s campaign drum up support… with Photoshop?

Just two weeks before the presidential elections National Liberation Party candidate Johnny Araya's campaign is in full swing, stopping Tuesday night for a rally in the provincial capital of Liberia, in Guanacaste. But a photo of the rally posted Tuesday night on Araya's Facebook page set off a firestorm on social media, with critics alleging the photo is a fraud.

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