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Dozens arrested as march in San José turns violent

Twenty-eight people were arrested Monday afternoon when a march to Casa Presidencial turned violent, the Public Security Ministry said.

Hundreds march in Costa Rica against new taxes, agreement with IMF

The demonstrations are meant to pressure the Costa Rican government into a plan that doesn't include new taxes.

President Alvarado, Eduardo Cruickshank again call Costa Ricans to dialogue

The leaders said that meetings will first address Costa Rica’s immediate financial crisis, and then address employment and economic growth. 

Negotiations and agreements result from blockades in Costa Rica

As part of an agreement signed by the Presidency in the northern canton of Guatuso, Alajuela, the government agreed not to introduce new taxes against the poorest Costa Ricans; to limit luxury pensions; and to cut public spending. 

Watch: President Alvarado addresses Costa Rica in context of protests

Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado addressed the nation in context of the protests that have recently turned more violent.

Authorities say drug traffickers contributing to protester violence

The Public Security Ministry (MSP) says drug traffickers have instigated violence between protesters and police at various roadblocks throughout Costa Rica.

Protests and road blockages continue Wednesday in Costa Rica

Protests have continued because Costa Rica's financial plans could still include an agreement with the IMF and new taxes. 

Costa Rican public sector unions march in support of roadblocks

Hundreds of public sector workers marched through the capital of Costa Rica on Tuesday.

Road blockades continue Tuesday; government begins dialogue today

Road blockades persist in dozens of spots throughout Costa Rica on Tuesday as protests continue against economic policies.

Road blockades continue Monday despite message from Alvarado

Drivers should exercise caution as protests may inhibit transit through a number of roads and highways across Costa Rica on Monday.

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