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The Tico Times Dispatch: March news roundup

Sergio Rojas, an indigenous leader, was murdered in his home; wildfires ravaged Nosara and Costa Rica is facing water cuts as El Niño bears down on Central America. The Tico Times also continues its coverage of sexual assault and harassment. Finally, La Sele is gearing up for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

How to Fight Street harassment in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is known for its beautiful beaches and abundant biodiversity, but for women, it also means street harassment. Tico Times reporter Alissa Grosskopf talks to experts and men on the street to figure out why they do it, how to fight it and what happens when you do.

The Tico Times Dispatch: February news roundup

In this episode of The Tico Times Dispatch we go over the biggest news stories in February.

The Tico Times Dispatch: Costa Rican love stories

We have a special episode of The Tico Times Dispatch for this year's Valentine's Day. We asked readers and staff to send us their...

Help fund our new podcast on street harassment in Costa Rica

Help us fund our newest episode of The Tico Times Dispatch. In this episode we take a look at street harassment in Costa Rica.

The Tico Times Dispatch: An interview with journalist and economist David Ching

Costa Rica’s Plenary Court this week rejected the country’s proposed tax reform bill and asked that four sections of the initiative be corrected. In our second episode of The Tico Times Dispatch Costa Rican journalist and economist David Ching explained the necessity of fiscal reforms.

The Tico Times Dispatch: What’s in Costa Rica’s tax-reform bill?

In this episode of The Tico Times Dispatch, we talk to Costa Rican economist and journalist David Ching about what's in the controversial tax reform bill.

Listen to our new podcast: The Tico Times Dispatch

In the first episode of The Tico Times Dispatch, we talk to Tim Rogers, Fusion's Latin America editor, about the crisis in Nicaragua, fake news, and what he saw while reporting on the ground there.
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