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Watch: Hundreds of baby sea turtles released in Limón

More than 300 baby sea turtles were released this month by a conservation group in Moín, Limón. 

Supported by U.S. and Colombia, Costa Rica seizes two tons of cocaine

Costa Rican authorities seized two tons of cocaine in an operation supported by forces from Colombia and the United States

Costa Rica seizes 780 kg of cocaine hidden in salt shipped from Colombia

Anti-drug authorities in Costa Rica seized a shipment of 780 kilograms of cocaine that arrived from Colombia.

Costa Rica seizes record five metric tons of cocaine

Central America is one of the main routes for drugs headed from South America to the United States and Europe.

Travel Alert: Route 32 to Limón to close for two days this week

Traffic Police officials will completely close off a stretch of Route 32 between San José and Río Frío.

Lack of financing delays construction of Moín Port access road

In several years the Caribbean city of Limón will have one of the world's most modern container ports, but due to financing issues there may be no road to get to it.

Costa Rican police rescue yet another sea turtle from poachers

National Police on patrol with volunteers discovered a green sea turtle tied and on its back on the Caribbean beach of Moín Monday evening. Authorities...

Murder of Costa Rican conservationist Jairo Mora headed for retrial

A Costa Rican appeals court has called for a retrial in the murder case of sea turtle conservationist Jairo Mora. Seven men were acquitted of his murder in January after a severely botched trial.

5 more green sea turtles rescued by Costa Rican police in Caribbean 

The turtles, which weighed between 120 and 150 kilograms, were sent to the Jaguar Rescue Center in Puerto Viejo for care, where two others have since been taken for care. Police have rescued at least seven of the ancient reptiles so far this year from poachers who capture them for their meat as they come ashore to lay their eggs.

APM Terminals to break ground on new $1 billion deep-water port

The new terminal is set to quadruple the port of Moín’s current capacity. It will be the largest of its kind in Central America, designed to receive so-called Post Panamax ships — cargo vessels that are too big to fit through the existing Panama Canal.

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