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BIGGEST BUST: Authorities in Costa Rica seized more than 5 tons of cocaine headed for the Netherlands, making it the country's largest drug bust ever.

BIGGEST BUST: Authorities in Costa Rica seized more than 5 tons of cocaine headed for the Netherlands, making it the country's largest drug bust ever.

5 TONS OF COCAINE: Costa Rica authorities seize over $100 million worth of cocaine in the country's largest drug bust ever.

BIGGEST BUST: Authorities in Costa Rica seized more than 5 tons of cocaine headed for the Netherlands, making it the country's largest drug bust ever.

BIGGEST BUST: Authorities in Costa Rica seized more than five tons of cocaine headed for the Netherlands, making it the country's largest drug bust ever – with the drugs discovered hidden inside plants with a street value of more than $100 million.

More than $130 million worth of cocaine was seized by authorities in Costa Rica, the country's biggest drug bust yet. The 5 tons (!) of cocaine was packaged in smaller containers, hidden among decorative canopy plants in a shipping container at Limon.

More than $130 million worth of cocaine was seized by authorities in Costa Rica, the country's biggest drug bust yet. The 5 tons (!) of cocaine was packaged in smaller containers, hidden among decorative canopy plants in a shipping container at Limon.

Is it safe to travel anymore? Authorities discovered what caused the "mysterious deaths" in Costa Rica! ✈️

Alcohol tainted with potentially toxic levels of methanol has killed 19 people in Costa Rica, where authorities issued an alert against drinking some half-dozen brands.

Over the weekend, authorities in Costa Rica confiscated 30,000 bottles of liquor after 19 people died after drinking what is believed to be tainted alcohol from multiple brands in the last six weeks.

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DEVELOPING: 19 dead from poisoned alcohol in Costa Rica, authorities say

Nineteen deaths in Costa Rica attributed to tainted alcohol by authorities

DEVELOPING: Authorities confirm 30,000 bottles of alcohol have been confiscated in Costa Rica as poisoned alcohol has killed 19

BREAKING: Authorities in Costa Rica say they think a decomposing, half-buried body is that of a Florida woman who disappeared while vacationing in the Central American nation.

DEVELOPING: A plane presumed to have been carrying twelve passengers crashed Guanacaste, Costa Rica, authorities say.

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Costa Rica authorities say plane believed to be carrying 12 people has crashed into a wooded area.

Costa Rica's #Turrialba  volcano continues to spew ash, prompting authorities to suspend the country's main airport

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