“People on the margins of society have always interested me,” says photographer Isabelle Courteix. “The idea to possibly work with transgendered people enchanted me.”
In response, the Cuban government has approved the sale of expired condoms.
Work to expand the Panama Canal — interrupted earlier this year for a dispute over cost overruns — halted Wednesday, this time for a strike by workers demanding higher wages.
Famed Spanish legal expert Baltasar Garzón will give a talk at the University For Peace campus Thursday morning.
A suspected serial child molester may have abused at least 90 young boys at international American schools since 1972, and many of the victims may not be aware of what happened to them, said the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a statement Tuesday.
Amid one of the worst droughts in recent memory, Costa Ricans already are feeling the damage of extreme weather changes that come with climate change, experts said on Wednesday, at the Climate Vulnerability Forum’s regional workshop, held this week in San José.
The alleged traffickers hid the drugs inside sealed buckets of pineapple juice driven in refrigerated trucks from Costa Rica to the Mexican state of Sinaloa. The United States is believed to be the final destination for the narcotics.
One job fair takes place at the Latin American University of Science and Technology (ULACIT), and the other will be held in Alajuela.
German carrier Condor Airlines announced it will add a new weekly flight between San José and Frankfurt, Germany beginning November 4.
SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Brazil’s Congress on Tuesday passed comprehensive legislation on Internet privacy in what some have likened to a web-user’s bill of rights, after stunning revelations its own president was targeted by U.S. cyber-snooping.