A right of reply to “Inside Costa Rica’s Sloth Sanctuary: Horror show or a solution to a complicated issue?” published on Aug. 1, 2016, from the lawyer representing the two former Sloth Sanctuary veterinarians who filed a formal complaint against the wildlife refuge.
Happy National Parks Day!
After spending a full year in preventive prison, U.S. resident David Strecker will stand trial on charges that he promoted Costa Rica as a destination for sex tourism.
Tech consultancy firm Konrad Group opened its doors in Costa Rica this week, its first operation outside of North America.
Costa Rica is tied with Brazil for the most reported crocodile attacks in the Americas this year.
Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solís spoke Monday at Washington D.C.’s Wilson Center about the country’s growing role in hosting migrants and refugees.
Solís described the aid from the U.S. government as “the biggest assistance granted in the last 30 years” and a reflection of the good relations between the two countries.
Monge was one of the founding members of the National Liberation Party, Costa Rica’s oldest political party, in 1951.
Two park rangers were among those arrested Monday in a raid on a drug organization that officials say grew and shipped marijuana from southern Costa Rica.
More than 600 people and some 100 dogs took part in the eighth edition of the March Against Animal Abuse in San José on Sunday.