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Daily Archives: November 29, 2010
A Canadian man has returned to Costa Rica to help out a 62-year-old British woman who has been a victim of multiple intrusions into her central Pacific apartment. In one encounter, an intruder poured lighter fluid on her lower body … Continue reading
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is challenging the government of Japan to justify its so-called research that requires hunting and killing whales. If the Japanese do not debate, they should ritually kill themselves, the society said. The Sea Shepherd organization … Continue reading
Officials opened the Interamericana Sur Friday but warned that there were eight to 10 sections where the road was reduced to one lane due to machinery or debris.
The 2010 Atlantic hurricane season is drawing to a close, and two U.S. weather experts appear to have been correct when they said the season would be above average. In a June estimate, they predicted 18 named storms. The season … Continue reading
Twelve candidates in Haiti’s presidential election called for Sunday’s vote to be canceled amid allegations of fraud. Crowds took to the streets to demand an end to the flawed vote.
A Hans Christian Andersen story is getting a makeover to be interpreted by flamenco dancers.
They are the largest fish species in the ocean, but the majestic gliding motion of the whale shark is, scientists argue, an astonishing feat of mathematics and energy conservation. In new research published in the British Ecological Society’s journal Functional … Continue reading
Both Óscar Arias Sánchez, the former president, and the chamber of employers criticized the decision by a lower court to order a concession for Industrias Infinito S.A. to be canceled.
More than a quarter of a million classified cables sent from U.S. embassies around the world to Washington have been leaked on the Internet. Despite warnings from the U.S. government that the leaks could put lives at risk, the Web … Continue reading
There is no secret that crime, tragedy and war are good for the newspaper business. That was confirmed again this month when A.M. Costa Rica broke readership records.
Nicaragua has beaten Costa Rica to the punch again by issuing a propaganda pamphlet that it is circulating in diplomatic circles. The pamphlet purports to reveal secrets that Costa Rica has hidden about the border invasion by Nicaragua.