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Costa Rica and U.S. agree on action for climate, security, and 5G technologies

During his working visit to Washington D.C., the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Costa Rica, Arnoldo André, held a series of...

USA donates Covid-19 equipment and supplies to Costa Rica

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) donated laboratory supplies, genomic surveillance reagents, computers, and personal protective equipment to Costa Rica. This donation...

‘Only the Essentials’: Costa Rica launches new tourism campaign in U.S. and Canada

The tourism campaign is the first step in President Carlos Alvarados's plans to reinvigorate the Costa Rican economy, in part through public and private investments. 

Second Guatemalan migrant child dies in US custody

An eight-year-old migrant from Guatemala died in government custody on Tuesday, US Customs and Border Protection said, the second child fatality in US detention this month.

US, Mexico and Canada win race to host 2026 World Cup

The tournament will return to North America for the first time since 1994.

Stranded Cuban migrants say goodbye to Costa Rica as airlift begins

The latest wave of Cuban migration has drawn increased skepticism from some representatives to the 1966 law that grants them preferential status in the US.

Costa Rica seeks clemency for Terence Valentine, on death row for brutal Florida murder

Terence Valentine’s death sentence has tested the limits of Costa Rica's influence in the United States during the last decade as the country’s embassy works to commute his sentence in accordance with Costa Rica’s long-standing disapproval of the death penalty.

USA crushes Japan 5-2 to win third World Cup title

Carli Lloyd became the first woman to score a hat trick in a World Cup final as she inspired the United States to a 5-2 demolition of defending champions Japan on Sunday.

FIFA Women’s World Cup: US beats Germany, 2-0, to advance to final

MONTREAL — During its rough start to this World Cup, the U.S. women's national football team promised that brighter days were ahead, that the sputtering attack and grinding style would give way to the beauty and prosperity that has defined the program for most of 25 years.

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