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Drug Legalization: A Step Closer, But Still a Long Shot

A recent report on drug policy, backed by high-profile political figures, argues for a move away from the “zero tolerance” approach. However, it fails to offer...
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Panama Sea Seizures Force Drugs into Costa Rica

Panama's efforts to stop maritime trafficking in its waters has forced traffickers to use land routes in Costa Rica, according to Costa Rican anti-drug...
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Costa Rica Seizes Almost 1 Ton Cocaine in a Week

In less than a week Costa Rica's Police confiscated 938 kilos of cocaine, which is about a tenth of the country's total seizures in...
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Costa Rica Calls for Regional Anti-Drug Efforts

Costa Rica’s President, Laura Chinchilla, said Central American governments should increase co-operation to combat the penetration of the drug trade in the...
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Costa Rica, Nicaragua Join Forces Against Organized Crime

After a border dispute which has flared up over the last few months, neighboring countries Costa Rica and Nicaragua have signed an agreement to work together in the...
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Sinaloa Cartel Operatives Arrested in Costa Rica

As Mexico’s cartels continue to spread their influence in the region, even Costa Rica - which has a reputation as one of the most stable countries in Central...
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Gordon Ramsay Goes Shark Fin Fishing

Chef Gordon Ramsay, the backbiting Brit who spends most his days on his television show "Hell's Kitchen" ripping apart poorly trained sous-chefs, showed a more...
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‘Sinaloa Cartel Entrenched in Costa Rica’

The Sinaloa cartel controls the drug trade in Costa Rica and coordinates cocaine shipments from there to the U.S., a DEA agent said...