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President of Costa Rica’s soccer federation amongst those arrested in major FIFA corruption scandal

Football's global governing body, FIFA, was rocked Wednesday by a massive U.S. federal corruption indictment against current and former top officials and the announcement of a separate investigation by Swiss…

Fisherman executed off Costa Rica’s Pacific coast; drug traffickers or pirates suspected

A 62-year-old fisherman was shot in the head and his body dumped at sea while fishing offshore near the area of Cabuya, Puntarenas after being intercepted by attackers in…

Woman to again face Costa Rica court on shark finning charges

Woman to again face Costa Rica court on shark finning charges

A Puntarenas businesswoman of Taiwanese origin will once again head to Costa Rica’s criminal courts on charges of illegal shark finning, after the woman was previously acquitted of the same…

Significant hike in gasoline, diesel prices this week

Significant hike in gasoline, diesel prices this week

Costa Rica’s Regulatory Authority for Public Services (ARESEP) announced the approval of a significant increase in the price of gasoline and diesel on Friday.…

Movie brings to life Costa Rican town caught between poverty and drug trade

Movie brings to life Costa Rican town caught between poverty and drug trade

Some 20 miles off the coast between Colombia and Honduras, a marine phenomenon named Dos Aguas (Two Waters) takes place. “Two sea currents meet there. Anything arriving remains afloat. Drug…

Costa Rica exports of medical devices up 35% from a year ago

Exports of medical devices and precision equipment from Costa Rica increased 35% in the first four months of year compared to the same period in 2014, according to data…

Costa Rican immigration officials arrested for selling visa stamps to “perpetual tourists”

Costa Rican immigration officials arrested for selling visa stamps to “perpetual tourists”

May 22nd, 2015 (InsideCostaRica.com) The head of the Costa Rican immigration office in Sixaola, on the Panama border, as well as another immigration official in the same office, were arrested…

Scotiabank considering bid for Citigroup Costa Rica, Panama: report

Scotiabank is considering a bid to purchase Citigroup, Inc.’s consumer-banking units in Costa Rica and Panama, Bloomberg reported on Friday.…

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