Argentina on Friday defended its decision to take legal action against companies exploring for oil off the Falkland Islands, the latest twist in a tense sovereignty dispute with Britain.
Three of Robert Stewart’s acquaintences told police that the missing man had been acting strangely in recent days, had stopped taking his prescription medication and voiced his intention to commit suicide.
Sergio Alfaro leaves his post as executive president of the National Insurance Institute (INS) to take the job, replacing Melvin Jiménez Marín, who submitted his resignation on Thursday at president Solís’ request. Alfaro is a lawyer and former legislator for the ruling Citizen Action Party from 2007 to 2010.
In 1992 Aura Elena Farfán founded Famdegua, a Guatemalan organization that supports families in their search for loved ones who were killed or disappeared during the country’s brutal civil war. She’s still active.
For married couple Michael Lindeman and Alejandra Arraya, mead is an opportunity to raise bees, cultivate honey, and brew vats of sweet liqueur in their home in Alajuela.
The 31st edition of Expotur 2015 will focus on displaying Costa Rica’s cultural and rural tourism options.
This ambiguity has always been the most challenging aspect of TEOR/éTica, the small, avant-garde gallery in Barrio Amón. Each piece must be taken individually, and even then, visitors may feel lost.
A roundup of events taking place April 17 – 23.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a trade framework negotiated between Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam. Costa Rica has expressed interest in joining.
Among those arrested were the current and former heads of Guatemala’s tax collection agency, and the president of Guatemalan daily Siglo21. A warrant was issued for the private secretary of Guatemalan Vice President Roxana Baldetti, but he was reportedly outside of the country.