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In Costa Rica we also have violent groups and angry Trumpists

QCOSTARICA - This week millions will watch the transfer of powers in the United States with one question on their minds: What to do about the violent Trumpists who will remain active after Trump leaves the White House? The irony is that in Costa Rica...

#DEBUNKED: No girl died in clashes in Cañas

#DEBUNKED - The Ministry of Public Security (MSP) categorically rejected that a young girl died in Cañas, Guanacaste, after the clashes in the area on Thursday, after false messages circulated on social media networks. The MSP Press office sent the message to all the media. If...

#Debunked: Costa Rica President Alvarado DID NOT request asylum in Panama

QCOSTARICA - A doctor and anonymous were behind the reports on Sunday that Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado and his cabinet requested asylum in Panama due to the demonstrations occurring in different parts of the country. The message was spread by way of Facebook posts...

#NoComaCuento: Minister of Health, Daniel Salas, Did Not Resign

The chain of messages circulating massively on WhatsApp that the Minister of Health, Daniel Salas, resigned amid the covid-19 pandemic of the new coronavirus, is false. "It is absolutely false", confirmed the Minister of Communication, Nancy Marín, before the consultation of La Nación. “The Minister of...

Fake News, The IVA Is NOT Going To 16%!

In less than 24 hours, at least six Facebook pages viralized the fake news about the Value Added Tax or IVA for the Spanish acronym. Before that, the website Diaro La Carta, funded by Francisco Prendas, president of the Partido Nueva República, reported the government's...

Producing and spreading ‘fake news’ could land you in jail in Costa Rica

A person who produces and disseminates fake news with the intention of deceiving in Costa Rica would be exposed to between one and four years in prison. That is the proposal (legislative file 21.187) by Partido Unidad Social Cristiana (PUSC) legislator Erwen Masis, in the...

“NoComaCuento”:f Tico Bull, Don’t Believe It!

Rico's TICO BULL - Several Facebook pages are using photos from 2016 to affirm that groups of Nicaraguans are burning the Costa Rican flag in different parts of the country. The image used belong, really, to a punk concert performed in Sabanilla de Montes de...


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