The Eiffel Tower sported a quintessential Tico phrase on Monday night, and nodded to the country’s green energy success.
Costa Rica committed to a goal of zero net emissions by 2085 in its proposal for the Paris climate talks — 64 years later than the 2021 carbon neutrality goal set by the Oscar Arias administration in 2010.
Red Cross authorities say that a local surfer went missing off the coast of Caldera on the central Pacific coast Friday afternoon and has not been found.
Six plaintiffs are asking Costa Rica’s Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court to throw out a constitutionality challenge to an executive decree that would legalize in vitro fertilization in Costa Rica.
Not showing up for a Colombian military exam automatically gives one a remiso status – a deserter. With a FARC peace deal imminent, that could change.
More than 6,000 people are murdered a year in Guatemala, mainly at the hands of gangs engaged in contract killings, extortion and drug trafficking.
Officials with Honduras’ immigration department questioned the migrants and concluded that they are, in fact, fleeing from their country’s war and are not Islamist extremists.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua – As we veered onto the highway from the dark Managua side streets, my taxi suddenly filled with blinding light. The blatant glare came from both sides of the road where rows of massive lightbulb-covered yellow trees towered above. Ahead, a crew worked beneath a floodlight, pounding another tree into place.
Oxcarts, oxen and boyeros traveled from rural areas all around Costa Rica to gather in downtown San José for the biggest oxcart parade in the country.
The challenges faced by Pope Francis during the dark years of the Argentine military dictatorship (1976-1983) are portrayed in a new film, “Call Me Francesco,” which will have its world premiere at the Vatican on Tuesday.