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    The Life of León Fernández Bonilla, Also Known as "Don León"

    León Fernández Bonilla (born in Alajuela, on February 17th, 1840 – died on January 9th, 1887) was a Costa Rican historian, lawyer,...

    Migration Office Grants Temporary Residence after Recognizing Same-Sex Couples

    For the very first time, the General Directorate of Migration and Immigration granted residence to a woman of Colombian nationality who is married to...

    Costa Rican Flavored Coffee

    Our delicious coffee has been a beautiful culture for many years. Also, it has been, for almost 2 centuries, the main source of family...

    Concert “Live Aid Venezuela” Was a Success!

    JBalvin, Juanes, Lele Pons, Maluma, Alejandro Sanz, Chino, Nacho and Juan Luis Guerra, were some of the 32 artists that appeared today at the...

    Karina Dyner Is Positioned 6th in World Junior Fencing Ranking

    The Costa Rican fencer Karina Dyner rises like foam and seems to have no roof. The athlete is ranked 6th in the world youth...

    Costa Rica And Colombia Consolidate Their Strong Commercial Relationship

    Costa Rica is a fundamental and natural step in the consolidation of commercial relations between Colombia and all the Central American region, in the...

    Diplomats Appointed by Nicolás Maduro Have 2 Months to Leave Costa Rica

    The 3 diplomats appointed by Nicolás Maduro in Costa Rica will have to retire within the next 2 months, according to the announcement of...

    Creating Fortune in Latin America

    International Investment Advisor Venezuela has been in turmoil for some time now. Recently this Caribbean nation has made all the headlines again. In spite of...

    Colombian Drones Destroy Coca Fields!

    The newly elected President Iván Duque as decided to take the fight to get rid of coca plants to a whole new level. The...

    Ex-FARC Guerrillas in Colombia Become Rafting Guides

    On November 9th, a new Colombian tourism venture will have 9 river rafting guides thanks to training provided by the International Rafting Federation (IRF)...
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    Costa Rica’s World Poisonous Tree

    Maybe the first image that comes to mind when we think of poison apples is Disney's Witch Evil Queen, from the 1937 film "Snow...

    Costa Rica Will Host Next Regional Skating Tournament

    4 years after organizing a Central American tournament, the Costa Rican skating will host on this occasion the Central American and Caribbean Skating Tournament...
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    Latin Space Combines Fashion, Gastronomy and Culture in One Place

    Latin America is one of the fascinating places on the planet thanks to its vast cultural diversity and its inherent spirit plagued by traditions,...

    Americans Prefer Costa Rica’s Universities Over Japan’s and Australia’s

    You know a country is doing things right when people go studying there. That means that they covered their main necessities and works in...
    Colombia Peace Accord

    The New Colombian Government – Farc Peace Accord

    Most people in Colombia voted for the “NO” option in their recent referendum, and rejected a previous deal signed by the government and the...

    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...

    Colombia produces Environmentally Friendly Electric Bus

    The electric bus, Andino 18, which began operating March 16th between the Colombian cities of Bogota and Medellin, is a source of inspiration for...

    Solís’ visit to Chile is decisive for The Pacific Alliance

    To be part of the bloc of The Pacific Alliance (AP) or not will be decided later on through The Government Summit which is...

    Colombia gives first medicinal cannabis license

    Colombia granted the first license to produce derivatives of cannabis for medicinal purposes in the country to a company based in Canada, reported the...

    Colombian government and FARC sign historic agreement

    The Colombian government and the Armed Revolutionary Forces of Colombia (FARC) put an end to hostilities this Thursday, after an agreement that was announced...

    Salvadorans and Colombians ask for refuge in Costa Rica

    The majority of requests for refuge in Costa Rica are made by citizens of El Salvador and Colombia, indicated the Ministry of the Interior. Our...

    Nicaraguan Drug Lord Caught and Sentenced in Costa Rica

    Three Tarzanes members were sentenced this week by Limón court for smuggling cocaine from Colombia to Costa Rica. The trio which, was arrested last year,...

    Costa Rica Tea Company Thrives; $2 Million Expansion Facility Opened Today

    Mondaisa, a Costa Rican tea company, has expanded its production plant and had its grand opening Thursday afternoon. The company was founded in 1985 and stated...

    Costa Rica Launches Extensive Study on the Early Detection and Treatment of Cervical Cancer

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - In March, Costa Rica will launch a study that aims to improve the early detection and treatment of malignant...

    Copa del Café International Youth Tennis Tournament Opens Tomorrow in San Jose

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Athletes from 29 countries will play from tomorrow for the Copa del Café in Costa Rica, one of...

    Is Costa Rica Old News in the Travel Industry? The Boston Globe Certainly Thinks...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – In its report ‘Where to Visit in 2015’, The Boston Globe says that Nicaragua is the best destination...

    Minimum Wage in Costa Rica Rose a Moderate 2.7% During 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The minimum wage in Costa Rica grew moderately during 2014 compared to other Latin American countries. Wages rose 2.7...

    Cyclists Take Over the Caribbean; Tico Dominates During the First Leg of the Tour...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rican cyclist, Ronald Araya, won the first stage of the 50th International Tour of Costa Rica with...

    Like European Wines of the Past, Experts Say Coffee Must Genetically Evolve in Order...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – At the XXVIII International Coffee Week (Sintercafé) conference in Costa Rica, experts claimed that the future of coffee in...

    Over 250 Businesses in Costa Rica Were Investigated for Suspected Money Laundering Scams

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Annually Costa Rica financial institutions report about 250 cases of suspected money laundering operations in the country, of...

    All Next Week Various Parts of San Jose Will Host the International Poetry Festival

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – This Saturday, October 25 the thirteenth edition of the International Poetry Festival 2014 (FIPCR14) begins which will take...

    World Bank Forecasts an Average Growth of 1.2% for Latin America in 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – By teleconference this week, World Bank officials predicted an average growth of 1.2% for Latin America, with a...

    Tortuguero: Pride, Community, and Paradise for Residents and Turtles Alike

    Nestled in the Caribbean of Costa Rica is Tortuguero, a community used to living surrounded by fresh water, sea and natural wealth. To get to...

    Legalizing Drugs: Costa Rica and the World Moving Towards Policy Reform

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - It’s exhilarating when the ground shifts under policies once thought permanent and unchangeable—when the unthinkable becomes commonsense. That...

    Experimental Dengue Vaccine Could Be Available in Costa Rica by 2015

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rica has developed a vaccine against dengue which is currently undergoing comprehensive studies. According to the National Immunization...

    MicroSoft Offers Free Programming Courses to Over a Million Young Latin Americans

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The technology company Microsoft Colombia announced their new "I Can Program" which seeks teach programming to more than...

    Colombia Women’s Cycling Team Uniform Offending the Delicate Sensibilities of Many

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The cyclists from the IDRD Bogota Humana team recently participated in a competition with a uniform that had...

    First Cruise Boat in Puntarenas Marks the Beginning of the Travel Season

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The cruise season in the Costa Rican Pacific began with the arrival of Carnival’s Legend (with a capacity...

    First Country of the European Free Trade Agreement Signs on the Dotted Line With...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Free Trade Agreement between the European Free Trade Association (EFTA - Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and Costa...

    Sofia Vergara Launches New 'Vibrant and Sexy' Jewelry Line

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Colombian actress Sofia Vergara launched a jewelry line in partnership with US-based Kay Jewelers, which highlights the "cheerful,...
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