A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Monday, February 3, 2020


U.S. court declares a Costa Rican man guilty of drug trafficking
A Costa Rican surnamed Centeno-Arriola plead guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute on board a vessel subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, U. S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert announced Friday.
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No incidents in the municipal elections
The Supreme Tribunal of Elections says it expects to count votes from up to  67% of the population, equivalent to 3,398,338 citizens, who were registered for the municipal elections.
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Patrick Mahomes becomes youngest Super Bowl MVP
Already a league MVP, Patrick Mahomes can now add Super Bowl MVP to his quickly expanding resume.
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Drinking water service suspensions start today
The state Water and Sewers Institute begins today suspension of the drinking water services in selected areas.
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Business sector calls on the government to reduce its expenses
The Chamber of Commerce of Costa Rica has called for fiscal austerity after the government announced that the deficit of 2019 reached 6.96% of gross domestic product.
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New windy front to affect the Caribbean coast and northern Pacific coast
The Meteorological Institute warned of a new windy cold front that has entered the country Sunday and will continue today.
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