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    Costa Rica Proposes Prioritizing Human Rights in Celebration of the Bicentennial

    Costa Rica Proposes Prioritizing Human Rights in Celebration of the Bicentennial

    Costa Rica proposed today in a virtual meeting of the Central American Integration System (SICA) to prioritize respect and promotion of the human rights

    Costa Rica Ranks 88th in the Global Attraction Index

    Costa Rica was ranked 88th in the Global Attraction Index or Global Attractiveness Index (GAI), which measures and compares potential, in terms of investment and productive development of 144 nations

    Delta Costa Rica Opens Modern Facilities to Reinforce Surveillance in the Northern Caribbean

    Government authorities received the modern facilities of the new Delta Costa Rica delegation, located on the banks of the Colorado River in the district of Llanuras del Gaspar, Sarapiquí canton, in the border area with Nicaragua

    Tourists in Costa Rica Enjoy the Arrival of Thousands of Turtles in a Protected...

    In September comes the possibility of observing a natural spectacle in the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Thousands of Olive Ridley turtles...

    At 84, Celina García Graduates from the UNED

    At 84 years old, Celina García Vega shows that there are no limits to fulfill a dream. In a ceremony carried out...

    Costa Rica Has Three Years in a Row with a Downward Trend in Cases...

    The Chikungunya virus decreased its circulation in the country for the last three years. According to statistics from the Ministry of Health,...

    Movie Theaters Will be Reactivated in Costa Rica

    In the world there is a COVID-19 Pandemic, which since last year 2019 has infected more than 20 million people. All areas...

    Driver’s License Cost Will Increase to ¢ 19 Thousand

    The cost of the driver's license will increase to ¢ 19 thousand, as contemplated in the agreement signed between the Ministry of...
    Environmental Risks Behind Costa Rica’s Indebtedness with the IMF

    Environmental Risks Behind Costa Rica’s Indebtedness with the IMF

    The advance of the loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for $ 508 million processed in the Legislative Assembly means a series of consequences that should concern the defenders of nature and ecosystems
    National Government Signs Agreement to Reforest Hundreds of Hectares During the Next Seven Years

    National Government Signs Agreement to Reforest Hundreds of Hectares

    During the last 20 years, reforestation in the country has decreased, despite the existence of state programs and the presence of private investment in pro-environment projects

    ALCCI: 40 Years Fighting Childhood Cancer in Costa Rica

    "I want to tell all children with cancer not to worry, that all this will pass and that you have a purpose."...

    Government and Artisanal Miners Reach an Agreement

    After more than 6 hours of negotiations, the artisanal miners and the National Executive Branch commission reached an agreement that will enable...

    The International Book Fair 2020 will be Held Between October and November Totally Virtual

    The traditional International Book Fair of Costa Rica (FIL) will be held from October 30th to November 8th and although being virtual

    Restoration of Reefs and Coral Communities of the Tico Coast

    In Costa Rica there are initiatives that are simply part of adding to collective growth and improvement, the greater drive to create awareness
    Minea prepares for the introduction of electric buses in Costa Rica

    Minea prepares for the introduction of electric buses in Costa Rica

    The Ministry of Environment and Energy (Minea) announced this Thursday that they are in the preparation stage to integrate electronic buses in the country

    Are There Products for which I Will Pay less Tax? Know the Possible Changes...

    Cleaning products, personal hygiene and school supplies will be included in the basic goods and services basket (official list of products), as...

    Parable # 33: You Can’t Just Not Show Up

    (This week is the 36thinstallment of the book, “The Band Director’s Lessons About Life”, which TCRN is publishing as a series during...

    Airbnb is Positioned as an Excellent Platform to Reactivate the Costa Rican Economy

    The Airbnb accommodation platform released the results of a survey conducted with hosts and guests in Costa Rica, which shows the dynamics...
    More than 51 Million Attacks by Hackers During the Pandemic in Costa Rica

    More than 51 Million Attacks by Hackers During the Pandemic in Costa Rica

    The Computer Incident Response Center of Costa Rica (CSIRT-CR) issued an alert to the information officers of public institutions and political parties about a malicious software (malware) called Drovorub

    Study Reveals that the Coronavirus can Invade the Brain

    Headaches, confusion and delusions experienced by some COVID-19 patients could be the result of a direct invasion of the brain by the Coronavirus

    Bioethical Guidelines of the Costa Rican Social Security Allow Staff to Decide who Requires...

    A document with bioethical guidelines was prepared by the Center for Strategic Development and Information on Health and Social Security (Cendeisss), in...

    Digital Transformation is Urgent in Costa Rica

    The College of Informatics and Computing Professionals (CPIC) is aware of the importance of digital transformation, and highlights that it is one...

    Health Ministry Hopes to Start Vaccination for COVID-19 in the first half of 2021

    The Costa Rican Ministry of Health hopes to acquire the first vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 and start with the vaccination campaigns against the...

    An Increase of Up to ¢ 9 in Gasoline and a Decrease of ¢...

    The Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (RECOPE) requested an increase of up to ¢ 9 per liter in gasoline and a reduction of...

    MarViva Foundation is in Solidarity with Thousands of Fishermen from Puntarenas and Guanacaste who...

    In recent days, 25 fishing organizations from the communities of Puntarenas and Guanacaste have expressed their resounding opposition to the reactivation of...

    Fourth Massive Bee Poisoning this year in the Country: Two Million more Die in...

    Two million bees were poisoned in an apiary at Bijagual de Carara, in Turrubares de Puntarenas; apparently from the use of insecticides

    UN / OAS: Governments Must Strengthen, Not Weaken, Protection of the Environment During the...

    The United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment, David R. Boyd and the Special Rapporteur on Economic, Social, Cultural and Environmental Rights (REDESCA)

    Municipality of Talamanca Evaluates Closing Beaches Due to the Rise in Cases of COVID-19,...

    The Municipality of Talamanca will evaluate closing beaches to avoid more outbreaks of COVID-19, according to Mayor Rugeli Morales. “My position is...
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    Electric Vehicles With a “Green Plate” Will Not be Restricted and can use Special...

    Electric vehicles will have, as of this week, a license plate that differentiates them from the rest of the fleet. The "green...

    Praying with the Same Minds- An Exploration of Spirituality in Costa Rica and India

    Traversing through the calles of Costa Rica, it would not be a surprise to see churches and cathedrals stand out proudly....
    US Justice Denies Trump Excluding Undocumented Immigrants From the National Census

    US Justice Denies Trump Excluding Undocumented Immigrants From the National Census

    A federal court in Manhattan this past week denied the government of Donald Trump the possibility of excluding undocumented immigrants from the national census

    Waterfall Hiking: these are the Magical Routes to the Wonderful Waterfalls of Costa Rica

    With the opening of the hotels to 100% of their capacity and after a long confinement, people have left their homes in search of adventure and economic reactivation

    The Mobilization Against Sexual Violence Spreads in Costa Rica

    Since Sunday, September 6th, mobilizations of women, especially young, have spread in Costa Rica to demand Justice for the case of Allison...

    Conservation Map of Costa Rica Grew more than 11 thousand km² in the Last...

    Costa Rica's conservation map is 11,122 km² larger than 10 years ago. In other words, in the last decade the area of ​​the country's natural territory has increased by the equivalent of 320 thousand times the size of the National Stadium

    Universities in Costa Rica Seek to Enroll Students from other Central American Countries

    Senior year high school students from Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador have an appointment from September 21st to 25th at the fair:...

    Leo Camacho: Costa Rica Space App Champion Recognized by NASA

    Learn about Space App CR 2020 coming up this October Meet multi award winning Costa Rican tech educator...

    Costa Rica and its Distant Relationship with Hurricanes

    There are people who remain uncertain about hurricanes and how they have impacted Costa Rica, if they affect it directly and indirectly

    Costa Rican Biologist Wins Prestigious Award for Studying Dragonflies

    The nature that surrounds us is full of mysteries and, as a society, we have only discovered a little part of it. One of them is that female dragonflies of the genus Ischnura imitate the blue color, characteristic of males, to avoid mating when they have not reached sexual maturity
    COVID-19 Let’s Just Not Sharpen the Wolf’s Teeth

    COVID-19: Let’s Not Sharpen the Wolf’s Teeth

    With reference to Covid-19, everything has focused on the virus and what has to be done with it, even the wildly sought vaccine

    Outdoor Trade Project Seeks to Authorize Temporary Sales in Public Spaces

    A legislative bill presented by the deputy of the National Liberation Party (PLN), Roberto Thompson; Deputy Paola Vega of the Citizen Action...
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