Hundreds of migrants from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean are camped out near the Costa Rican border town Peñas Blancas, trying to find a way to continue their journey north to the United States.
U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica S. Fitzgerald Haney marked the 240th anniversary of U.S. independence alongside the 100th anniversary of the U.S. National Park Service, praising the park system of both the U.S. and Costa Rica.
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Foreign Minister Manuel González announced Thursday that Costa Rica would rejoin the Central American Integration System, SICA, after a six month hiatus.
Suspects were transferring the illegally transported sailfish to a seafood truck on shore when authorities confiscated the product.
Researchers at the Technology Institute of Costa Rica (TEC) announced the first discharge of high temperature plasma in Latin America on Wednesday, joining an elite group of countries who have made advances in harnessing nuclear fusion to produce clean energy.
The daughters of slain Honduran environmental and indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres talk about their struggle to bring their mother’s killers to justice.
In these epidemics, a window of opportunity appears for social change on behalf of women’s right to control their reproductive capacity.
Judicial and immigration officials in Costa Rica on Tuesday arrested two men suspected of forming part of a criminal group responsible for smuggling migrants across the Americas on their way to the U.S.
More than half of Costa Rican homes have one or two dogs, but not every dog owner knows how to provide proper care.