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TBT: An indigenous uprising in ancient Costa Rica

A 1709 "uprising of the Indians" burned more than a dozen churches and killed several missionaries who had settled in Costa Rica.

This week in the Peace Corps: Celebrating English learning

A glimpse into the lives of U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers in Costa Rica.

This week in the Peace Corps: Cacao in Talamanca

A glimpse into the lives of U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers in Costa Rica.

Could new clues help locate an Argentine plane that disappeared in Costa Rica 50 years ago?

Costa Rica's Talamanca Mountains are among the most remotes places in Central America. Far from major cities, thick with tropical jungle, rivers, venomous snakes and cold mountaintops, the region is practically inhospitable. This is where an airplane with 68 Argentine Air Force cadets on board disappeared without a trace in 1965.

Costa Rica’s Supreme Court tells Talamanca: You can’t declare environmentalist expats ‘personas non grata’ 

Two expats in Costa Rica have won an appeal against the local government of Talamanca, which declared the foreigners “personas non grata" in the Caribbean beach town of Puerto Viejo for being “environmentalists,” according to a statement from the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

Puerto Viejo to host third annual chocolate festival

Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory is small beans compared to Puerto Viejo.

Forest fire spreads to Chirripó National Park

Officials suspect the fire started with an illegal logging operation in Talamanca.

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