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Wanted eco-activist Capt. Paul Watson says he fears for his life in Costa Rica

Wanted eco-activist Capt. Paul Watson says he fears for his life in Costa Rica

The eco-activist founder of the Sea Shepard Society, Captain Paul Watson, said he fears for his life should he return to Costa Rica to stand trial where he is wanted…

Costa Rica lawmaker considering bill to legalize human euthanasia

Costa Rica lawmaker considering bill to legalize human euthanasia

Rep. Marvin Atencio (PAC) is considering presenting a bill before Costa Rica’s Legislative Assembly to legalize human euthanasia.Atencio, both a surgeon and a lawyer by profession, told CRHoy.com that…

Costa Rica government revenues, spending on the rise

The first quarter of 2015 has brought additional revenues for the Costa Rican government, but also increased spending, Finance Minister Helio Fallas told reporters during a press conference on Tuesday.…

Popular insecticide used in Costa Rica damaging wild bee populations, study says

A popular, but controversial type of insecticide used in Costa Rica and widely around the world is damaging wild bee populations, which are necessary to pollinate crops and sustain ecosystems,…

New eruption at Turrialba produced ash column reaching more than 6,500 feet

New eruption at Turrialba produced ash column reaching more than 6,500 feet

Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano erupted again Tuesday afternoon, producing a column of ash, gas, and water vapor that reached some 6,500 feet over the volcano’s crater, according to the Volcanological…

One hundred busloads of striking teachers to converge on San Jose Friday, traffic problems expected

One hundred busloads of striking teachers to converge on San Jose Friday, traffic problems expected

Some 100 busloads of public school teachers from across the country will cancel classes and converge on San Jose on Friday as part of a strike over a laundry list…

Johnny Araya considering taking his case to Costa Rica’s highest court

Johnny Araya considering taking his case to Costa Rica’s highest court

Former National Liberation Party (PLN) presidential candidate, Johnny Araya said on Tuesday he and his legal team are considering taking his case to Costa Rica’s Constitutional Court after losing an…

Remains found at Moin beach were animal, not human: OIJ

The press office of the Judicial Investigative Police (OIJ) confirmed on Tuesday that remains discovered partially buried at Moin beach in Limon were that of a dog, not a human.…

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