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The Tico Times Weekly Digest: March 18, 2019

March 18, 2019

OIJ joins the investigation into two police officers, the 737 Max is banned from Costa Rican airspace and some awesome vigorones at the Santa Ana farmers market. This and more in this week’s digest.

Read the stories mentioned above:

Police officers suspected of robbing tourists under investigation by OIJ, MSP

European airlines plan to increase flights to Costa Rica, ICT says

More than 500 arrests made in raid against arms trafficking in eight Latin American countries

Costa Rica bans 737 Max 8 from its airspace

A photo exhibit in Jacó connects with the “Divine Feminine”

Off the eaten path: Santa Ana Farmers Market

Nicaraguan ‘marathon protester’ escapes to Costa Rica after leaving prison

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