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Daily Archives: November 12, 2010
Late word from northern Costa Rica reports that Nicaraguan workers have dug a small ditch from a bend in the Río San Juan to the Caribbean coast in Costa Rican territory.
The invasion of Costa Rica by Nicaragua is far from over, but Daniel Ortega and his aides clearly are the winners of the propaganda war. Ortega, the Nicaraguan president, has been able to frame the invasion of the Isla Calero … Continue reading
Not long ago I wrote how lucky Costa Rica was because it was protected from the ravages of nature, the Central Valley being the most blest.
A small earthquake took place today at 4:56 a.m. The epicenter appeared to be in the vicinity of Volcán Poás.
wanted to let you know that unless they have changed the rule again in the last hour, there has been great confusion in the Costa Rican press about the Barra del Colorado airport.
Nicaragua will improve tourism offerings in San Juan del Sur and Granada with a $10 million loan by the Inter-American Development Bank.
The Organization of American States Thursday delayed a hearing on Nicaragua’s land grab at the mouth of the Río San Juan and decided to meet today instead. The meeting will be at 3 p.m. Washington, D.C., time.
Municipal workers will close a key intersection Saturday and Sunday to fix a growing crack in the pavement. The location is the intersection of Calle 7 and Avenida 8.
The urgent need to close equality gaps in Latin America and the Caribbean should be complemented by the imperative of attaining low-carbon sustainable development.
Sandra Quiròs Bonilla, the director of the Centro de Investigación y Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural, has been named director of the Museo Nacional.
The disabled Carnival cruise line ship Splendor has been towed into the western U.S. port of San Diego, California after three days at sea without power.
The country continues to dig out and make repairs in what has been described as the biggest disaster in 13 years.
British police say a cargo bomb found on board a plane originating from Yemen last month was timed to explode while the plane was over the United States. The incident has led to air cargo rules that could significantly affect … Continue reading