Costa Rica News 6-19-16 posted by on June 19, 2016
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Daily update⋅June 19, 2016
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KOIN.com
Teen hurt on school trip to Costa Rica sues for $20M

PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) – An Oregon teenager who was disfigured during a school trip in Costa Rica has filed a $20.8 million lawsuit against his …
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Regina Leader-Post
Saskatchewan dreamcatchers with a Costa Rican flair

Yara Dobrescu smiles behind a dreamcatcher at her booth at Bazaart near the Mackenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Sask. on Saturday June. 18, 2016.
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6 On Your Side
BSU basketball eager to play in Costa Rica

Boise – Boise State men’s basketball team will get some extra sunshine this summer. They will be traveling to Costa Rica for a foreign tour Aug. 11-16.
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Should Costa Rica’s RECOPE, ICE and UCR Be Dismantled?

Costa Rica News – Until RECOPE, ICE and other government controlled and run entities in Costa Rica are broken apart or if competition is allowed …
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Will Costa Rica Be Added to the World’s Money Laundering Gray List?

Costa Rica News – It is surprising to me that Costa Rica has not already been added to this with the sportsbooks and scammers working in the country …
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Celebrate Costa Rica’s Diquis Stone Spheres on June 23rd

Costa Rica News – Carved by hand and used by indigenous tribes for various reasons, the Diquis stone spheres will be celebrated this week.
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Newsweek
Should Costa Rica Sportsbooks Worry? New York Legalizes Daily Fantasy Sports

World News – Should Costa Rica Sportsbook worry about legalization of gambling at a higher level than this and put them out of business?
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The Costa Rica Star
Radiohead Fans in Turkey Attacked by Radical Islamists and Police

Istanbul, Jun 18 (EFE).- Istanbul police used tear gas Saturday to break up a demonstration protesting the attack last Thursday against fans who went …
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Anderson Independent Mail
Pendleton High School students take trip to Costa Rica

Imagine being strapped into a harness attached to a zip line and flying over a Costa Rican rain forest while watching the canopies of the trees rush by.
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The Tico Times
5 questions for blues musician Steve Arvey

Arvey has been visiting Costa Rica and playing along with Costa Rican band The Blind Pigs for about 20 years. He returns this week for a June 25 gig …
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