After a roller-coaster Monday that nearly saw him traded to Manchester United, Keylor Navas and the Costa Rica Football Federation have decided that the goalkeeper will stay in Spain instead of joining La Sele for its next two friendlies.
Otto Pérez Molina, a 64-year-old retired general, is the first president to have his immunity revoked in the Central American country’s history.
Analyzing data from the Immigration Administration, the ICT said 41,698 more travelers arrived by air this year, for a total during the six-month period of 987,801. In a projected profit analysis, the ICT said the country’s tourism sector pulled in about $1.6 billion during the period – about $161 million more than the first half of 2014.
Costa Rica’s restaurant sector – and specifically its fast-food sector – is showing improvement in the number of openings in the second half of this year, a trend Costa Rican Restaurants Chamber President Jorge Figueroa said is good news for job growth.
Last week, German sailor Erik Heil revealed that he had to undergo an operation on a serious skin infection after competing in the Olympic test regatta at Guanabara.
Pope Francis said Tuesday that during a special “year of mercy” he’s designated that all priests would have the right to hear confession for abortion. Is it a symbolic gesture?
The drama that unfolded Monday in the botched Keylor Navas for David De Gea swap will live on in infamy for quite awhile from the plazas of Madrid to the beaches of Costa Rica. Here’s the best reactions and some more fallout from the transfer gone wrong.
Guatemala’s Congress will debate Tuesday whether to strip embattled President Otto Pérez Molina of his immunity and force him to face prosecution over massive corruption at the national customs service.
Most seabirds have already eaten plastic in the oceans, and scientists projected Monday that 99 percent will have done so by 2050.
Claudio Umaña always wanted to be an entrepreneur, and last year he got his chance. The 36-year-old electrical engineer got a phone call from an old friend from their time together at Intel in Costa Rica with an idea for a smartphone application. Umaña hopped on an airplane and moved to Barcelona, Spain, soon after to get in on the ground floor.