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A brief message – and reminder – from the editor of ICR News

Well, the time has finally come. As we announced earlier this month, ICR News will officially merge with our sister publication, The Costa Rica Star, beginning on Monday (February…

Costa Rica could see up to 60,000 Zika cases, health official says

Medical epidemiologist and newly-appointed coordinator of Costa Rica’s National Disease Vector Control Program, Rodrigo Marin Rodriguez said that Costa Rica could see up to 60,000 cases of Zika infection in…

Costa Rica’s Health Ministry confirms second imported case of Zika virus

Costa Rica’s Health Ministry confirms second imported case of Zika virus

Costa Rica’s Ministry of Health confirmed a second imported case of the Zika virus on Friday.…

Zika virus could be a perfect storm in Latin America, millions could become infected

The WHO warns the Zika virus is spreading rapidly through the Americas and could affect as many as four million people.…

Venezuela’s capital ranks as the world’s most murderous city

Just when Venezuelans thought things couldn’t get worse, that’s exactly what they did.…

Police seize marijuana-infused gummy bears from US man near Parque Morazán

Police officers seized four marijuana-infused gummy bears as well as 3.5 grams of a potent marijuana variety from a US man traveling in a vehicle near San Jose's Parque Morazán…

Special feature: Portrait of a Central American migrant smuggler

Special feature: Portrait of a Central American migrant smuggler

Travel along with one of Central America's migrant smugglers, better known in this part of the world as a "pollero". For the past four years, he has been earning a…

Bill seeking tougher penalties for sexual exploitation of minors advances to Costa Rica’s Legislature

A bill that seeks to toughen penalties for the sexual exploitation of minors advanced to Costa Rica’s Legislature on Tuesday.…

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