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Daily Archives: October 18, 2010
Some of the 33 rescued miners attended a religious service at the Chilean mine where they spent more than two months trapped underground.
The Chiriqui Grande community in Panamá held a closing ceremony for Continuing Promise 2010 and expressed thanks for providing humanitarian civic assistance, the U.S. Southern Command reported.
The project to build an international airport in the southern zone got a boost over the weekend when President Laura Chinchilla declared the concept to be in the public interest.
Sorry, folks, the great days of the last week do not signal an early arrival of the dry season. Nature is just playing. There is another low-pressure area affecting the country now, and there is another weather alert.
A hunger strike by opponents of an open pit gold mine has dwindled to three persons, the organization reported Sunday night.
The mother of a girl killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident in Costa Rica was part of a presentation on ABC in “Brian Ross Investigates” Friday.
Formerly of Massachusetts (until last summer), I first met Barney Frank in the early 1970s during one of his campaigns. I even helped write addresses on envelopes for him.
The Venezuelan government has taken over the Bancoro bank, the 13th financial institution the government has seized in the last year.
You requested your ballot but didn’t receive it yet? Or maybe you just procrastinated? Fortunately, you still have time to vote in 2010 if you remember one little acronym: FWAB.
If some do not like your commentaries, rather than the never ending belly aching, they should not read it anymore. I have faith that the staff at A.M. Costa Rica are aware of freedom of the press.
Costa Rica will be forgiven $27 million over the next 15 years as part of an agreement with the U.S. government.
This is not exactly headline stuff, but you might remind your readers again about having bags stolen from cars.