CELAC seems like a step forward in the transformation process taking place in Latin America, José Luis Siguil, a member of Tzuk Kim-Pop – which translates to “Highland Peoples Interwoven” – told The Tico Times.
The group of environmentalists and human rights organizers plan to present an open letter to the Costa Rican Foreign Ministry to present to CELAC leaders decrying a lack of transparency, and threats to indigenous land rights and Lake Nicaragua.
The new campus will be built in Hacienda Espinal, a multi-zoned development in San Rafael de Alajuela. Country Day will nearly double its size to five hectares, and the state-of-the-art structures are designed to accommodate up to 1,000 students.
Tourists who thought they were heading home after their vacation to Costa Rica this morning found out that they were getting at least one more day in paradise.
From its outset, the Jairo Mora murder trial – perhaps one of the most globally monitored Costa Rican trials in recent history – was fraught with egregious delays and mistakes. Here is a timeline of the errors and mishaps that – in the judges’ own words – left no other choice but a not-guilty verdict for all seven defendants.
A recent wave of layoffs across several sectors of the economy — from Wendy’s to Avianca — has culminated in more than 228,000 unemployed Costa Ricans at the end of the third quarter of 2014, according to figures from the National Statistics and Census Institute.
Conditions creating tall and powerful waves are expected to intensify again on Wednesday along the northwestern Pacific coast and in the Caribbean province of Limón, the University of Costa Rica’s Center for Research in Marine Sciences and Limnology (CIMAR) reported.
President Luis Guillermo Solís is set to hold bilateral meetings with the leaders of five countries in the Caribbean and South America this week during the third Community of Latin American and Caribbean States in San José, the president confirmed during a press conference Monday.
When Tom Enderlin and Mónica Quesada went in search to buy some succulent plants for their garden, they ended up getting more than they bargained for. Instead of coming home with one plant for their garden, they ended up buying the entire nursery.
When you hear the name “Cirque du Soleil,” you probably don’t think “funeral.” But that is exactly what “Corteo” is about – a funeral. Except that this funeral is for a clown. And the clown is somehow able to watch his own last rites. And it takes place in a carnival tent. And there are lots and lots of acrobats.