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Sightings in the sky Tuesday night may have been meteor showers

Residents of several communities reported on social networks a loud sound and flashes in the sky Tuesday night. Image from Teletica traffic cam in Escazu The...

Tour Guide Suprised by Cougar In Corovado Beach

A tour guide was taken by surprise when an adult cougar (puma in Spanish) fell from a tree near him and the walked the...

She had an appointment for 2023, but now she must be attended to it...

Imagine having to wait weeks for a medical appointment. What about months? And Year? Or four years? Long lines and long waiting periods for appointments...

Tour bus catches fire in restaurant parking on Ruta 32

On Saturday morning, a tour bus caught fire while parked outside a restaurant on the Ruta 32 (San Jose – Limon), near the Rio...

In Nicaragua, the violence of Ortega does not stop

On the first anniversary of the crisis in Nicaragua, April 18, 2019, we remember five of the caricatures by Mecho published on crhoy.com. In the...

Despite warning by crocodiles, bathers dive in!

What’s wrong with this picture? The sign says it clearly: “Crocodiles. No swimming. No feeding”. However, some vacationers ignore the warning. Either they do...

Nicaraguans in Costa Rica used pictures of the dead in protest

The community of Nicaraguans in exile in San Jose, Costa Rica, commemorated the anniversary of the start of demonstrations against the Government of Nicaragua...

Venezuelans find safety in Colombia

When Darlys* fled Venezuela with her two children looking for safety, she never imagined she would end up sleeping on the streets of Maicao,...

Nicaragua: Lucia Piñeda’s Sister On Her Recent Visit To La Esperanza Prison

Dual citizen – Costa Rican and Nicaraguan – Lucia Piñeda remains in a Nicaragua prison following her arrest last December while she worked as...

A year into sociopolitical crisis, thousands of Nicaraguans continue to flee

Despite having little interest in politics, Manuel* found himself caught up in the violence and persecution that erupted in Nicaragua a year ago, after...

One year into Nicaragua crisis, more than 55,000 Seek Refuge In Costa Rica

(UNHCR) April 16, 2019 – A year into Nicaragua’s political and social crisis, an estimated 62,000 people have fled to neighbouring countries, with the...

Costa Rica has the fourth most expensive city in Latin America

Only three cities in Latin America are more expensive than San José, according to an analysis of the El Orden Mundial (EOM) – World...

Venezuela Revokes Diplomatic Accreditation of Costa Rica’s Charge d’Affaires

Venezuelan authorities withdrew diplomatic accreditation of Danilo Gonzalez, Costa Rica’s charge d’affaires in Caracas. Danilo González (red tie) Costa Rica’s Charge d’Affaires in Venezuela In a...

One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control

One year ago, Nicaragua’s government was on the verge of collapse.  Protests against President Daniel Ortega exploded nationwide on April 19, 2018 after the...

Trump declares economic war on Cuba

Speaking in Miami on April 17, the anniversary of the United States’ failed 1961 invasion of Cuba’s Bay of Pigs, national security adviser John...

Bringing the border closer to home, one immersion trip at a time

This unfamiliarity can make it easy for politicians to distort what’s going on there and hard for immigration advocates and social movements to muster...

Policia de Transito In Action This Semana Santa (Photos)

Photos posted by the Policia de Transito on Facebook of their continued actions this Semana Santa 2019, to keep everyone safe on the roads. If...

Vacation Traffic Collapses Major Routes

Headed for the beach this long weekend? Better arm yourself with patience for the ride to and then the ride back. Photo of traffic on...

Sun, Sand and Sea: Uber At The Beach

Uber Costa Rica this week announced it now offers services now in the Pacific coastal areas of Liberia, Nicoya, Manuel Antonio, and Jaco. Users can...

Ticos Stranded In Cancun

A group of 180 Costa Ricans are currently stranded in Cancun, Mexico, traveling from San Jose early Wednesday morning only to find that their...

Former Peru President Shoots Himself Before Arrest

Peru’s former President Alan Garcia died on Wednesday, after shooting himself as police arrived at his house to arrest him in connection with a...

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