The Tico Times Weekly Digest: Oct. 29, 2018

October 29, 2018
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Another Monday, another Digest. This week we report from the Toucan Rescue Ranch, which hosted the 2018 Sloth Ironman Games.

Read the stories mentioned above:

The Tico Times three-part series: Fleeing Nicaragua

Part I – The escape

Part II – Joining forces against the government

Part III – Fight another day

Fabricio Alvarado leaves Restauración Nacional and creates new party

Far-right former army captain Jair Bolsonaro elected president of Brazil

Spain’s police seize massive cocaine haul in banana cargo

Reforestation through subsidization – Bringing back Costa Rica’s forests one farm at a time

Trump – US to begin cutting aid to Central America over migrant caravan

Off the Eaten Path – La Tacopedia

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