Costa Rican

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a native or inhabitant of Costa Rica

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Reject Nicaragua's intentions to acquire Costa Rican maritime spaces for the exploration and exploitation of oil and gas.
The plane was reportedy travelling from the Costa Rican capital San Jose to Punta Islita, a popular tourist resort, on Sunday evening when it crashed suddenly and burst into flames in a mountainous area near Bejuco town in Guanacaste province.
And that's why so many are now turning to the homestay program at Costa Rican Language Academy instead of staying at a hotel.
Therefore, the Costa Rican government must stop all further immigration of people of African descent and sterilize all those already in the country.
The Costa Rican government steadily increased its spending on law enforcement agencies from 2002 to 2015.
Last month, with the initial hundreds of migrants turning into thousands in its territory, Costa Rica issued seven-day transit visas to Cubans entering from neighboring Panama who had become stranded at the Paso Canoas border post, about 360 kilometers southwest of the Costa Rican capital of San Jose.
Moreover, hardly any English-language writers have made use of documents from Costa Rica's Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto, the Costa Rican Foreign Office, for the period covered by this article.
The firm has signed a deal with Coopeservidores to install its facial recognition system for the Costa Rican financial institution's mobile banking service.
The start of the second half saw another Dutch attempt but the Costa Ricans were prepared to defend and launch their own offense.
San Jose, Dhu-AlHijjah 23, 1434, Oct 28, 2013, SPA -- Costa Rican authorities seized a boat laden with nearly 1.
Relations between our two nations are still young, but they are intensive and fruitful," Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla said after meeting with Xi in San Jose.
Costa Rican Adventures, a US-based adventure travel and education company, has announced that it is offering Costa Rican travel packages.
Seamounts host endemic species, and the deep water that upwells along their sides brings nutrients that support the right feeding grounds for sealife on the surface," says Marco Quesada, a Costa Rican staffer for Conservation International.
The Costa Rican Legislative Assembly must renew the permission every six months.