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Costa Rica seizes 4.3 metric tons of cocaine from shipping container

Costa Rican authorities seized 4.3 metric tons of cocaine that were hidden in a container with a shipment of ceramic arriving from Colombia, the government reported Sunday.

Costa Rican lawmakers met with accused drug traffickers, reports say

President Carlos Alvarado met with other Costa Rican leaders on Thursday night to discuss the apparent ties between lawmakers and alleged narcotraffickers.

U.S. Embassy donates $1 million in cars to Costa Rica’s Justice Ministry

Sixteen new vehicles were donated to the Ministry of Justice by the United States Embassy.

500 kilos of cocaine in container destined for Spain seized in Costa Rica

Central America serves as a bridge for the shipment of drugs from the producing countries of South America to the consumer markets of the United States and Europe.

U.S. donates new Coast Guard boats, finances new facilities

The Public Security Ministry (MSP) on Thursday commemorated the delivery of two new boats that were donated to the Coast Guard by the United States.c

Costa Rica draws the line: All pineapple shipments checked for drugs

Costa Rica draws the line: All pineapple shipments checked for drugs

Costa Rica seizes two tons of cocaine hidden with pineapples

Costa Rican authorities seized two tons of cocaine that were hidden in a container with a shipment of pineapples.

With U.S. support, Costa Rica adds new plane to police fleet

The Air Surveillance Service (SVA) of Costa Rica's Public Security Ministry on Monday unveiled a new airplane meant to assist in anti-drug operations. 

Drug trafficking in Central America remains prevalent during pandemic, authorities say

With the help of the United States, Colombia and Costa Rica, the authorities of these countries seek to curb drug trafficking in the region.

United States donates armored vehicles, helps expand crime investigation lab in Costa Rica

The U.S. Embassy also provided OIJ and the Public Security Ministry (MSP) with a total of four armored vehicles, valued at $250,000 each. 

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