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Watch: The world celebrates Costa Rican independence

Various buildings and monuments across the world displayed the red, white and blue of Costa Rica in celebration of its bicentennial.

Costa Rican named to World Trade Organization deputy leader role

Gonzalez is a former foreign trade minister who also served as a senior director at the World Bank and as director of the agriculture and commodities division at the WTO.

Fight against Covid a ‘countrywide achievement,’ Costa Rica says at commemoration

The Costa Rican government on Sunday aired a national broadcast in commemoration of the anniversary of the first coronavirus case confirmed within the national territory.

One year after first case, Costa Rica to broadcast Covid memorial

Costa Rica registered its first coronavirus case on March 6, 2020.

One year ago, we published our first coronavirus story

The Costa Ricans were flown from China to Ukraine, where they completed a mandatory quarantine before being repatriated.

Costa Rican produces episode that wins first-ever Pulitzer Prize for audio journalism

Nadia Reiman, who was born in Costa Rica and moved to the United States as a child, produced The Out Crowd.

Nearly 300 Ticos return to Costa Rica in repatriation flight from Spain

Most airlines have suspended service to Costa Rica since late March.

Costa Rica featured at Space Exploration Educators Conference

Costa Rica was featured at the Space Exploration Educators Conference at the Space Center in Houston, Texas earlier this month.

With Ukraine’s support, Costa Rica evacuates citizens from Wuhan, China

The Costa Ricans were flown from China to Ukraine, where they will complete a mandatory quarantine.

Meet Costa Rica’s newest NASA figure: Luis Diego Fonseca Flores

Costa Rica may be small, but its people are achieving great things.

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