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Costa Rican foundation denounces cyberattacks by Nicaraguan officials

The foundation of former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias on Monday denounced cyberattacks on its social networks and attributed them to groups related to...

Costa Rican police launch ‘massive operation’ against illegal gold mining at Crucitas

The Costa Rican congress banned open pit mining in 2010, shortly after the termination of Infinito Gold's contract at Crucitas.

Why Now: Oscar Arias accusers explain why they waited to come forward       

Each woman has answered a question that often circles around survivors who come forward with an alleged assault years after it occurred: “Why now?”

Oscar Arias’s Crucitas case dismissed; prosecutor plans appeal

A judge declared that the statute of limitations for bringing Arias to trial had passed.

Arias and second Costa Rican politician reportedly accused of additional sexual crimes

Costa Rica's sudden introduction to the #MeToo movement is not showing signs of slowing down.

Óscar Arias visits prosecutor’s office, declines specific comments on allegations

Arias briefly spoke to assembled media but declined to comment specifically on the two criminal complaints that were filed in Costa Rica's judicial system last week.

Former Miss Costa Rica files second sexual abuse claim against Óscar Arias

A second woman filed a criminal complaint for sexual abuse against former Costa Rican president and Nobel Peace laureate Óscar Arias, local press said on Friday.

Former Tico Times publisher recalls Daly’s account of Arias misconduct

Emma Daly was a reporter with The Tico Times in 1990 when she alleges Óscar Arias, then serving his first term as Costa Rica’s president, groped her.

‘He was always respectful until he wasn’t’: Woman accuses Oscar Arias of workplace harassment

In an interview with The Tico Times, another woman accused former Costa Rican president and Nobel Laureate Óscar Arias Sánchez of sexual harassment.

Two more women accuse Óscar Arias of sexual misconduct, per reports

Following Tuesday's reports that former Costa Rican president Óscar Arias had allegedly sexually assaulted an activist in 2014, two other women have come forward with similar stories.
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