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Costa Rica: Central America’s green pin-up

Costa Rica, which elects a new president on Sunday, is a small country thriving on ecotourism. Its neutrality, strong democracy and political stability have...

Ukrainian Community in Costa Rica Gathers in a Peaceful Rally

The Ukrainian community living in Costa Rica, organized a march over the weekend to protest and raise awareness on the war and suffering happening...

A Happiness Summit hosted through the University for Peace in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has consistently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world according to the United Nations World Happiness Report. With its spectacular...

A Happiness Summit hosted through the University for Peace in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has consistently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world according to the United Nations World Happiness Report. With its spectacular...

A Christmas story we weren’t meant to hear

Christmas one hundred and seven years ago meant Christmas trees with real candles, women in long skirts and petticoats, and men with waxed mustaches...

A Happiness Summit hosted through the University for Peace in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has consistently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world according to the United Nations World Happiness Report. With its spectacular...

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

All the countries he visits become his home.

White House protester Concepción Picciotto dies after 35-year vigil

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Concepción Picciotto, a 80-year-old Spanish-born nuclear disarmament activist who camped in front of the White House for more than three decades, has died, colleagues said Tuesday.

Costa Rica celebrates 67 years without an army

Breaking one of the crenellations of the former fortress with the swing of a hammer as a ceremonial gesture, President José Figueres Ferrer abolished the armed forces in Costa Rica on Dec. 1, 1948.

World leaders map out plan to solve Syria crisis through negotiations

VIENNA – World powers meeting here on the Syria crisis agreed Saturday to push for political negotiations between opposition forces and representatives of the government of President Bashar Assad by Jan. 1, to be followed by an immediate, U.N.-monitored cease-fire.

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