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11 апреля, 21:59

Nicaragua fires: aid from Costa Rica rejected as blaze destroys rainforest

Environmentalists sound alarm after 5,000 hectares consumed in week-long fire but rain offers glimmer of hopeFires have raged in one of Nicaragua’s most important protected areas of tropical forest for more than a week, but the government has rejected an offer of assistance from neighbouring Costa Rica.A sudden rain shower on Tuesday offered some hope that the blaze in the Indio Maíz biological reserve on Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast could be contained, but environmentalists in the Central American country have called on the government to appeal for international help after the fires consumed more than 5,000 hectares (12,400 acres) of tropical rainforest. Continue reading...

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03 апреля, 15:00

Costa Rican voters back ruling-party candidate in resounding snub to foes of same-sex marriage

Carlos Alvarado Quesada overcame a challenge by a socially conservative religious singer.

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03 апреля, 05:30

Costa Rica vote halts march of religious conservatism

SAN JOSE (Reuters) - The resounding victory of a pro-gay marriage candidate in Costa Rica's presidential run-off vote on Sunday staved off a resurgent Christian evangelical movement that proved unable to translate strong social conservatism into a win.

03 апреля, 03:04

Same-sex marriage supporter easily wins Costa Rica elections

Voters gave a resounding no to an evangelical pastor who rose to political prominence by campaigning against same-sex marriage, allowing Costa Rica’s governing party to win an easy presidential victory.

02 апреля, 13:56

Best Places In the World to Retire If You Want to Live a Long and Happy Life

These are the world's best places to retire, and they also have the longest-living people on the planet.

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02 апреля, 13:08

Costa Rica president-elect Carlos Alvarado calls for unity

Centre-left Carlos Alvarado says he wants to unite the country after a divisive election campaign.

02 апреля, 12:50

Costa Rica president-elect faces public divide on gay rights

Carlos Alvarado defeats evangelical pastor who was opposed to same-sex marriage

02 апреля, 12:50

Карлос Альварадо Кесада - новый президент Коста-Рики

Политик победил по результатам второго тура выборов… ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ : http://ru.euronews.com/2018/04/02/costa-rica-winner euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

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02 апреля, 11:34

The Latest: Ruling party candidate new Costa Rica president

The latest on Costa Rica’s presidential runoff election (all times local):

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02 апреля, 09:18

Оппозиция признала поражение на выборах президента Коста-Рики

Новым лидером Коста-Рики избран экс-глава министерства труда страны Карлос Альварадо.

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02 апреля, 07:39

Ruling Party Easily Wins Costa Rica Presidential Vote

Costa Ricans flocked to the polls to give an upset landslide victory to the ruling party, rejecting a conservative evangelical who campaigned against same-sex marriage.

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02 апреля, 07:31

Costa Rica: Carlos Alvarado wins presidency in vote fought on gay rights

Former minister and novelist promises ‘government for everybody’ after runoff where he trounced conservativeA centre-left former cabinet minister and successful novelist has won Costa Rica’s presidential election, decisively defeating a conservative evangelical pastor and singer who shot to political prominence by campaigning against same-sex marriage.Polls before the runoff on Sunday put the two men almost neck-and-neck, but with 95% of ballots counted Carlos Alvarado Quesada of the ruling Citizen Action party had nearly 60.8% of the vote against 39.2% for the National Restoration party’s Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz. Continue reading...

02 апреля, 07:02

Governing party candidate wins Costa Rica presidential ballot, defeating rival who opposed same-sex marriage

Governing party candidate wins Costa Rica presidential ballot, defeating rival who opposed same-sex marriage.

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02 апреля, 07:01

Costa Rica center-left easily wins presidency in vote fought on gay rights

SAN JOSE (Reuters) - The center-left's Carlos Alvarado Quesada decisively defeated a conservative Protestant singer in Costa Rica's presidential runoff election on Sunday by promising to allow gay marriage, protecting the country's reputation for tolerance.

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02 апреля, 07:01

Costa Rica center-left easily wins presidency in vote fought on gay rights

SAN JOSE (Reuters) - The center-left's Carlos Alvarado Quesada decisively defeated a conservative Protestant singer in Costa Rica's presidential runoff election on Sunday by promising to allow gay marriage, protecting the country's reputation for tolerance.

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02 апреля, 06:34

Costa Rica Election Hands Presidency to Governing Party Stalwart

The decisive victory by Carlos Alvarado Quesada, a former labor minister, turns back the upstart Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz, an evangelical Christian singer.

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02 апреля, 06:00

Costa Rica election: Carlos Alvarado set to be president

Carlos Alvarado, a former labour minister, took an unassailable lead with over 90% of votes counted.

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02 апреля, 05:51

Center-left author wins Costa Rica presidency with support for gay rights

SAN JOSE (Reuters) - The center-left's Carlos Alvarado Quesada decisively defeated a conservative Protestant singer in Costa Rica's presidential runoff election on Sunday by promising to defend gay rights, handing a major victory to the ruling party.

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02 апреля, 05:51

Center-left author wins Costa Rica presidency with support for gay rights

SAN JOSE (Reuters) - The center-left's Carlos Alvarado Quesada decisively defeated a conservative Protestant singer in Costa Rica's presidential runoff election on Sunday by promising to defend gay rights, handing a major victory to the ruling party.