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Therapeutic abortion regulation unleashes political storm in Costa Rica

Many doctors fear performing a therapeutic abortion because of the lack of a protocol that establishes the procedures to follow

Coming home? 132,000 descendants of Spain’s exiled Jews seek nationality

An Israeli lawyer has helped about 500 people from countries as far apart as Costa Rica, Uruguay, Panama, England and Turkey.

Good Friday Procession in Costa Rica

Take a look at a Good Friday procession in Tres Ríos, east of San José, Costa Rica.

Evangelical Alliance lawyer: Costa Rica should reduce limits on religious propaganda

"I believe we must limit the actions that, in my opinion, the Supreme Elections Tribunal has violated," said Evangelical Alliance lawyer Juan Carlos Retana.

PHOTOS: Protesters call for secular state in Costa Rica

Hundreds of people gathered on Saturday in front of the cathedral in Costa Rica's capital, San José, to demand a secular state, in one...

Behind the scenes at Costa Rica’s Good Friday procession

Despite the approximately 35°C heat in Nicoya this Good Friday, the Nicoyan people dressed up and headed to the streets to recreate the Via Crucis.

Catholics still a majority in Costa Rica, but church is losing ground

Just over half of respondents believe Costa Rica should maintain its status as a Catholic state.

Costa Rica still a conservative society, survey finds

A recent survey found that the Costa Rican population maintains a conservative stance on controversial issues such as same-sex marriage, abortion, or the legalization of marijuana.

In Costa Rica Thousands walk to Cartago to visit ‘La Negrita’

Every year, an estimated two million people from across Central America leave their homes and walk to the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Los Ángeles in...

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