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Divided, bruised US marks 9/11’s 20th anniversary

A whole generation has grown up since the morning of September 11, 2001.

Remembering September 11, 2001

Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States.

New York nurse receives first Covid vaccine in US

A nurse in New York became the first person in the United States to receive the coronavirus vaccine Monday.

Ceremony honors first responders, victims of September 11 attacks

With a ceremony at Costa Rica's National Academy of Firefighters, the U.S. Embassy on Friday paid tribute to the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Costa Rican entrepreneur launches swimwear line to empower women

The swimwear is designed for women with disfigurement, including birth defects, burns, paralysis and skin diseases.

A Costa Rican student in New York dreams big: ‘micro buildings’ for a green future

Martínez hopes to replicate the model in Costa Rica someday: "In the end, it’s about coming back and making Costa Rica the best country possible.”

VIDEO: AZ’s ‘Back To Myself,’ filmed in Costa Rica, makes the rounds ahead of ‘Doe or Die, Vol. 2’

The video opens with a drone shot over Costa Rica's pristine Manuel Antonio beach on the Pacific coast and quickly cuts to a stack of Costa Rican colones as AZ's trademark cigar burns next to a Jacuzzi.

Brooklyn yoga studio plans fundraiser to protect Costa Rican rain forest

Evalena Leedy was teaching a free community yoga class in Brooklyn's Prospect Park when a red-tailed hawk sat on a high branch and observed the session - launching a quest that would lead her to support conservation in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula.

Pope Francis arrives in New York to rock-star welcome

On Friday, the head of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics will address the United Nations before leading an inter-faith service at the 9/11 Memorial and visiting a Catholic school in Harlem.

Costa Rica takes New York: Gala evening supports new expat mentoring program

The gala’s title, “De Verde a Gris,” reflects the idea that Costa Ricans who move to New York must leave the green of their homeland for the gray of their new surroundings. For one evening at least, the music, food and art of Costa Rica lit up a small corner of a big city.

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