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Hardin-Simmons students go their separate ways, one group to Costa Rica and another by bike to Canada, but both arrive at the same personal destination. [Read More]
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At a recent press conference, a wasp flew into the mouth of Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solís. "I ate it," he said in... [Read More]
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The collection features properties in South Africa, Greece, Costa Rica, Canada and Switzerland... [Read More]
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Tres árbitros de México, Honduras y Estados Unidos, y dos de Costa Rica encabezaron la lista de los 17 silbantes para la Copa de Oro... [Read More]
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The Keokuk School Board on Monday tabled approval of a Keokuk High School Spanish class trip to Costa Rica, pending more information about the company... [Read More]
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Even though their ecosystems are completely different, Yellowstone National Park's high elevation lodgepole pine forest and the jungle and ocean beaches of Costa Rica have... [Read More]
Costa Rica is aiming to reach a free trade agreement and an investment pact with Japan as part of the Central American country's strategy to... [Read More]
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The University of Nevada men's basketball team will take a foreign tour to Costa Rica Aug. 18-26.  The Wolf Pack will play the Costa Rica... [Read More]
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Chile, Costa Rica y Uruguay son los tres países latinoamericanos con un mejor índice en progreso social, según la organización Social Progress Imperative que... [Read More]
International trip affords WKU extra practice time... [Read More]
Venezuela's foreign minister referred to Peru as a "lapdog of imperialism" and called Costa Rica's foreign minister a "political illiterate." [Read More]
Costa Rican president Luis Guillermo Solís swallowed a wasp during a live press conference and carried on like it was nothing. [Read More]
Speaking on television, Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis calmly swallowed a wasp when it came at his face. He said it was "pure protein." [Read More]
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THE PRESIDENT of Costa Rica received a very unusual buzz during a TV interview when a wasp flew into his mouth. [Read More]
Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC June 20, 2017 ... [Read More]
Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera was talking to reporters outside one of his country's asphalt plants when a bug flew into his mouth.... [Read More]
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This is one way to generate buzz. The President of Costa Rica swallowed a wasp in the middle of a local TV interview — but... [Read More]
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