Urena tallies twice to lead Costa Rica past U.S. 2-0 in World Cup qualifier
02 September 2017 | 6:30 am
Marco Urena tallies twice to lead Costa Rica to 2-0 road victory over the United States in World Cup qualifying match.
13 Aug 2018
President Vladimir Putin has not yet ordered retaliatory sanctions against the United States because Washington has not yet introduced new restrictions on Moscow and it is unclear what those curbs will be, the Kremlin said on Monday.
24 Feb 2019
A five-year-old boy who had not received the measles vaccine went on holiday to Costa Rica with his parents. The country had been measles-free for five years before his arrival.
25 Mar 2019
Two riders fight during a Costa Rica National Motorbike Championship Race and receive two-year bans for the incident.
17 Apr 2019
Bloomberg's Michael McKee examines the trade aspects negatively impacting the United States as it talks with Japan and China and prepares for meetings with Europe.
28 May 2020
Couple Alexandra Quiros and Dunia Araya get married in Costa Rica after it becomes the first Central American country to legalise same-sex marriage after a court ruling came into force at midnight.
13 Aug 2020
Costa Rica has turned a sports arena into a homeless shelter for the many who have found themselves on the streets in the COVID-19-stricken country, but more live in crammed, shared houses that have been quarantined to prevent the virus' spread.
30 Aug 2020
For decades, undocumented Nicaraguan laborers have been crossing into neighboring Costa Rica to work on farms. They earn low wages and often work in poor conditions. Now the coronavirus is adding to their woes.
27 Aug 2020
This is an analysis of the incident that occurred in Wisconsin, United States, where a group of policemen shot a black man several times in the back.
11 Sep 2020
In this week's show, we look at the civil unrest that continues to grip many American cities. We bring you a report which looks at the rising number of pro-Trump and right-wing vigilante groups.
14 Oct 2020
Costa Rican riot police used tear gas on Monday to disperse demonstrators who attacked and threw stones at the officers. Protesters were marching against new taxes included in a proposed agreement that the Costa Rican government intends to take to the IMF in order to shore up the country's finances.
Joe Biden elected 46th President of the United States, Nigeria freezes police protest bank accounts and more
7 Nov 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.
5 Jan 2021
In a rare move among Silicon Valley giants, over 200 employees at Google and its parent company Alphabet have formed a labor union. Their move coincides with growing scrutiny of influential high-tech operators worldwide.
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The government in Berlin wants to reduce dependence on the country’s most important trading partner. But German businesses are not convinced.
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Her vibrant colours, floral hair-dos and striking jewellery have made Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's style as famous as her paintings. A new exhibition at the Galliera fashion museum in Paris is exploring the artist's identity through some of the objects stored at her famous "Casa Azul" in Mexico City. Clothes, makeup and personal correspondence give us an insight into a woman who was ahead of her time.
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A religious party in Pakistan has filed a petition against a law that protects the rights of transgender people. Opponents say the legislation could act as a gateway to enable same-sex marriage.
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In this edition we look back at a terrible shipwreck with a death toll even heavier than the Titanic. On September 26, 2002, the Joola disaster claimed at least 1,800 lives. The ferry was sailing between the Senegalese province of Casamance and the capital Dakar. In
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Ukraine launched a major counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region on September 6. This operation surprised Russia and led to the withdrawal of Russian soldiers from several strategic cities in eastern Ukraine, such as Izium. Our reporters Gulliver Cragg and Gwendoline Debono met with Ukrainian soldiers who took part in the counter-offensive and spoke to two of the operational commanders.