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    Coronavirus in Africa: the Surprising Theory that may explain the Mystery of the Low...

    It is a part of the world with crowded cities, where there is...

    Education, Water, and Food: Costa Rican Help that Goes Up to Africa

    The word help is taken to a higher level; Javier Camacho Valerio has been developing and leading Apo-Fu, a Costa Rican NGO for the...

    Costa Rican Woman Assists Communities in Africa

    María Laura Chacón is a young Costa Rican woman who started her most rewarding experience 5 years ago by joining the medical-humanitarian organization Doctors...

    Healing Mind and Body through Botany at Puerto Viejo de Limón

    Puerto Viejo is a place in Costa Rica on the Atlantic coast of the province of Limón. It attracts people who are passionate about...

    Survival: A tall order for endangered giraffe

    Along with elephants, rhino, lions, tigers and many more species, giraffes are now officially endangered. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has today moved giraffe...

    Strict control on southern border to stop illegal migrants

    The Public Forces and Border Police are developing operations on the southern border to stop the entry of irregular migrants and apprehend those in...

    Recent English Proficiency Report Publishes Shockingly Low Results for Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – According to the English Proficiency Index 2014 (EPI), prepared by Education First (EF), Costa Rica’s English proficiency is...

    Ministry of Health Assures No Panic is Needed; Costa Rica is Proactive and Ready...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – More concrete actions were reported this morning by the authorities of the Ministry of Health and Costa Rican...

    Two Nuns Quarantined for Ebola in El Salvador After Returning From the Congo

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Two missionary nuns from the Democratic Republic of the Congo are in quarantine in El Salvador since last...

    June 2014: The Hottest Month on Earth Since 1880

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The month of June was the warmest global temperatures since records began in 1880, exceeding the average of 15.5...

    HIV-AIDS Numbers in Latin America Slowly on the Decline

    The HIV-AIDS infections in Latin America descend lower than in other areas The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The number of HIV infections and AIDS...

    Summer Solstice Pushes Costa Rica's Sunsets Past 6:00 PM

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Have you noticed in recent days that the sun is out later than normal? You’re not crazy - this...

    World Bank Appoints New Director for Central America

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The World Bank announced the appointment of J. Humberto López as the Director for Central America, effective since...

    The Cockatoo Vote is In: Costa Rica Will Take the World Cup Quarter Finals

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) –Sassy, a cockatoo found on a poultry farm in Singapore gave her 'blessing' to the quarter finals and predicted...

    Chikungunya Virus Now Threatens All of Central America and the Caribbean

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Last December the first case of the chikungunya virus was recorded in America, which still has no cure...

    Video of Sea Turtle Picking World Cup Winner for the First Round

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A loggerhead turtle at the Marine Sanctuary Praia do Forte, has become the first to give a forecast the...

    Costa Rican Students Help Children in Africa

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Students from the Instituto de Psicopedagogía Integral school and the Colegio Isaac Martin High School (IPICIM) in Costa Rica,...

    Costa Rica is Top 5 for Eco Tourism and Sustainable Volunteering

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica is one of the top five ideal places for worldwide destinations with 'tourism awareness' for the...

    Top UN official confident richer nations will renew vows to curb carbon emissions

    DURBAN, South Africa - The Associated Press. The top UN climate official said Saturday she is confident industrial countries will renew their pledges to cut...

    Program Turns Drought-Ravaged Villages into “Gardens of Eden”

    (NewsUSA) - In the Horn of Africa, barren landscapes and dirt fields surround large riverbeds that are totally dry. Herds of goats and camels, tired...

    Referendum On Humanity: The Sudan

    Featured Columnist - Meditations Martin LeFevre What would you do if you knew something bad was going to happen, but something far worse could be prevented...

    Latin America Combats Drugs

    By Justin Anthony Monarez - The last four decades of efforts to subdue cartel violence and illicit drug trafficking in the Western Hemisphere have...

    New HIV Test Approved by FDA

    Each year, an estimated 56,300 people in the U.S. become newly infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. This number is so high in...

    54 US-bound migrants detained at Costa Rican coast

    (AP) SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Costa Rican authorities detained 54 U.S.-bound migrants from Africa and Nepal after their boat arrived on the Central...

    Empowering Local Communities Through Carbon Credits

    Under the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), carbon offset schemes are limited to afforestation and reforestation. Heavily forested countries like Brazil, Cameroon, Costa...
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