A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Wednesday, February 26, 2020


Three police officers arrested in immigrant trafficking sweep
Three police officers and eight more persons were detained Tuesday as alleged members of an immigrant trafficking ring, mainly bringing Cubans through the country on the way to the United States. ➡️ Continue reading

Charging points for electric vehicles reach 100
The first lady, Claudia Dobles, said Tuesday that Costa Rica is the first country in Central America and the Caribbean with a network with more than 100 charging points, which allows the electric vehicle  drivers to refuel. ➡️ Continue reading

Park rangers seize illegal logs
Rangers of the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve in Osa in the southern zone of the country seized 52 logs of wood that are presumed to have been cut down inside a protected area.➡️ Continue reading

$24 million-plus invested in forests in 2019
The National Fund for Forest Financing, reported the payment of $24.5 million during 2019, to organizations in exchange for forest protection. ➡️ Continue reading

Deadline set to seek free cement
Community organizations that need cement for the construction of projects have time to request this free material from the Ministry of Public Works until March 6. ➡️ Continue reading


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