En la segunda parte de nuestra serie sobre SIFAIS, entrevistamos a la líder inspiradora Alicia Avilés.
Accused serial killer William “Wild Bill” Holbert asked Panamanians to forgive him for his murders because, he said, he only killed expats, rather than citizens of Panama.
The Public Security Ministry confirmed that 50 National Police officers had been sent to help Corcovado’s park rangers and staffers respond to the demonstration.
On Monday, Costa Rican prosecutors announced they are launching an investigation of real estate group Homes Grupo Inmobilario for various developments in the Central Valley.
The Water and Sewer Institute rationing plan will focus on cantons in the capital of San José.
Iniciamos una serie explorando cómo la organización SIFAIS está logrando una transformación profunda en la comunidad de La Carpio.
Luis Carlos Campos describes painting, adversity, and what his works have taught him.
Kivú, the beloved lion whose living conditions at the Simón Bolívar Zoo in San José were the subject of fierce debate, died from complications related to chronic kidney disease.
Something very bad is happening in the Gulf of Nicoya, where a dead crocodile turned up just days after thousands of dead sardines washed ashore.
A harrowing journey of nearly 50 years brought Pascal Hakizimana from Burundi to Costa Rica, where he awaits the resolution of his refugee request. Here’s his story.