Man Pleads to Laura Chinchilla to Stop Alleged Violent Predator

Note from TCRN editor: The following video and email were sent to us by a man alleging that his friend was the victim of...

More Costa Rica Special Trained Police to Move to Disputed Border Area

TCRN STAFF: San Jose, Costa Rica – More police with special training are being sent to the disputed area on the border where Nicaraguan...

School in Costa Rica Says “NO” to FAILING 1st Grader

Submitted by: Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Rice Escazu, San Jose, Costa RicaSt. Mary’s School Guachipelín, Escazú- San Jose, C.R., Says “NO” to FAILING 1st Grader...

A Closer Look at Nicaragua and Ortega

In light of Ortega’s true mission of a totalitarian government, the San Juan river dispute seems like a minor issue in comparison. If Ortega is allowed to achieve his goals, it will have long lasting and dangerous effects for rest of the Central American countries.

Daniel Ortega, Hugo Chávez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Unholy Alliance

TCRN STAFF: Mr. Opinion.Nicaragua Nicaragua continues it's attempts to annex a piece of Costa Rica. Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega is setting himself up as a puppet...

Why This Conflict Could be a Much Bigger Mistake for Nicaragua

TCRN STAFF: Both sides should be careful, as they both have a lot to lose. Nicaragua already has a tainted recent history in terms...
George Bush Graffiti in Barrio California, San Jose, Costa Rica

Political Graffiti in San Jose

Featured Columnist - Political Correspondent - Latin American Relations Jennifer MayerSan Jose is not known for the striking murals that grace the major cities of...

Good News After a week of Devastating Weather

TCRN STAFF:The Instituto Meteorológico Nacional (IMN) - national weather service - said we saw the effects of Thomas that is now leaving the Caribbean,...

Second Day of National Emergency – hard rains continue causing havoc

UPDATE: Second day of National Emergency. Rains are expected to continue for 2 more days. A large flash flood completely destroyed the neighborhood Lourdes,...

Costa Rica considering restricting Mexican and Guatemalan visas

TCRN STAFF:Costa Rican migration authorities are considering restricting Mexican and Guatemalan visas to enter the country.We believe it is time to assess the desirability...
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