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COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N698
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio waves to supporters...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio waves to supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N69A
January 18, 2022
Supporters of presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera wave...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Supporters of presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera wave flags outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N696
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN) Jose Maria Figueres waves to supporters...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN) Jose Maria Figueres waves to supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N697
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN) Jose Maria Figueres greets supporters outside...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN) Jose Maria Figueres greets supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N699
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera is greeted by a supporter...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera is greeted by a supporter outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N67U
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio greets supporters outside...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio greets supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N67V
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera distributes food among...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera distributes food among his supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N67T
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera is embraced by a supporter...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera is embraced by a supporter outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N67W
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera distributes food among...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Christian Democratic Alliance (ADC) Christian Rivera distributes food among his supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N67X
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio greets supporters outside...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio greets supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N66K
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN) Jose Maria Figueres is greeted by supporters...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN) Jose Maria Figueres is greeted by supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4N65B
January 18, 2022
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio greets supporters outside...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Presidential candidates visit fast food restaurant in San Jose
Presidential candidate of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) Lineth Saborio greets supporters outside a fast food restaurant that challenged the presidential candidates to show up to demonstrate how much they want to work for the people in order to give away four thousand hamburgers on election day, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZFP
January 14, 2022
A sample of a presidential ballot is displayed for the press at a distribution centre for voting materials,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
A sample of a presidential ballot is displayed for the press at a distribution centre for voting materials, ahead of the Costa Rica's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZFM
January 14, 2022
Employees of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, prepare voting materials to be distributed to polling...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
Employees of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, prepare voting materials to be distributed to polling stations ahead of the country's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZCN
January 14, 2022
Employees of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, prepare voting materials to be distributed to polling...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
Employees of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, prepare voting materials to be distributed to polling stations ahead of the country's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZCP
January 14, 2022
Employees of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, prepare voting materials to be distributed to polling...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
Employees of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, prepare voting materials to be distributed to polling stations ahead of the country's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZCQ
January 14, 2022
Samples of voting materials are displayed for the press at a distribution centre ahead of Costa Rica's...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
Samples of voting materials are displayed for the press at a distribution centre ahead of Costa Rica's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZCR
January 14, 2022
An employee of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, packages presidential and legislative ballots...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
An employee of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, packages presidential and legislative ballots to be distributed to polling stations ahead of the country's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-ELECTION/PREPS
RTS4IZCL
January 14, 2022
An employee of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, monitors a package of voting materials to be...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica begins distribution of voting materials ahead of general elections, in San Jose
An employee of Costa Rica's Supreme Electoral Tribunal, monitors a package of voting materials to be distributed to a polling station ahead of the country's February 6, 2022 general elections, in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0RB
January 13, 2022
Women hold hands while marching in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
Women hold hands while marching in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0RA
January 13, 2022
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0R9
January 13, 2022
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0Q0
January 13, 2022
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0OP
January 13, 2022
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
Women march in a demonstration against gender violence a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0N9
January 13, 2022
Women demonstrate against gender violence in front of the Supreme Court of Justice a week after local...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
Women demonstrate against gender violence in front of the Supreme Court of Justice a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-WOMEN/VIOLENCE
RTS4I0NC
January 13, 2022
A woman protests against gender violence in front of the Supreme Court of Justice a week after local...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Feminist collectives protest against gender violence, in San Jose
A woman protests against gender violence in front of the Supreme Court of Justice a week after local media reported the sexual assault of a woman in a Caribbean coastal city, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FP1D
January 11, 2022
Tomas Lara, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Tomas Lara, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination center in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FOZS
January 11, 2022
Tatiana Perez, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Tatiana Perez, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination center in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FOZW
January 11, 2022
Julian Parra, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Julian Parra, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination center in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FOXB
January 11, 2022
Fiorella Lopez, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Fiorella Lopez, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination center in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FOX7
January 11, 2022
Children, accompanied by their mothers, wait for a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Children, accompanied by their mothers, wait for a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination center in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FOUU
January 11, 2022
Parents and their children queue to enter a vaccination center to receive a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Parents and their children queue to enter a vaccination center to receive a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/COSTA RICA-VACCINATION
RTS4FORY
January 11, 2022
Emma Sevilla, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children get vaccinated against COVID-19 in San Jose
Emma Sevilla, 11, receives a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination center in San Jose, Costa Rica January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4ET2Y
January 10, 2022
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica protests outside the Nicaraguan Embassy ahead of President Daniel Ortega's...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans protest against President Daniel Ortega re-election, in San Jose
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica protests outside the Nicaraguan Embassy ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4ET2X
January 10, 2022
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica protest outside the Nicaraguan Embassy ahead of President Daniel Ortega's...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans protest against President Daniel Ortega re-election, in San Jose
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica protest outside the Nicaraguan Embassy ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4ET2W
January 10, 2022
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica protest outside the Nicaraguan Embassy ahead of President Daniel Ortega's...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans protest against President Daniel Ortega re-election, in San Jose
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica protest outside the Nicaraguan Embassy ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-IMMIGRATION/COSTA RICA
RTS4ET0C
January 10, 2022
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, listen to a government employee as they queue to enter a migration facility...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans seek asylum in Costa Rica
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, listen to a government employee as they queue to enter a migration facility to request asylum in Costa Rica due to the political situation in their country, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-IMMIGRATION/COSTA RICA
RTS4ET0D
January 10, 2022
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, fill papers at a migration facility while waiting for an interview with...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans seek asylum in Costa Rica
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, fill papers at a migration facility while waiting for an interview with government officials to request asylum in Costa Rica due to the political situation in their country, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-IMMIGRATION/COSTA RICA
RTS4ET0E
January 10, 2022
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, sit at a migration facility while waiting for an interview with government...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans seek asylum in Costa Rica
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, sit at a migration facility while waiting for an interview with government officials to request asylum in Costa Rica due to the political situation in their country, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-IMMIGRATION/COSTA RICA
RTS4ESZ2
January 10, 2022
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, fill papers at a migration facility while waiting for an interview with...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans seek asylum in Costa Rica
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, fill papers at a migration facility while waiting for an interview with government officials to request asylum in Costa Rica due to the political situation in their country, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-IMMIGRATION/COSTA RICA
RTS4ESZ3
January 10, 2022
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, queue to enter a migration facility to request asylum in Costa Rica due...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans seek asylum in Costa Rica
Migrants, mostly Nicaraguans, queue to enter a migration facility to request asylum in Costa Rica due to the political situation in their country, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E4FP
January 09, 2022
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica lights candles in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica lights candles in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E4FO
January 09, 2022
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica lights candles in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica lights candles in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E4FN
January 09, 2022
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E4FM
January 09, 2022
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E4FL
January 09, 2022
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica lights candles in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica lights candles in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E47F
January 09, 2022
Pictures are seen as Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
Pictures are seen as Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E47G
January 09, 2022
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/COSTA RICA-PROTEST
RTS4E44M
January 09, 2022
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica holds a flag in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans exiled in Costa Rica take part in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of Ortega's swearing-in...
A Nicaraguan exiled in Costa Rica holds a flag in a vigil "Together for Freedom", ahead of President Daniel Ortega's swearing-in ceremony after being re-elected for a fourth consecutive term, in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4DWB1
January 09, 2022
Jose Maria Figueres, presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), greets a supporter...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Jose Maria Figueres, presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), greets a supporter...
Jose Maria Figueres, presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), greets a supporter during a campaign rally, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4DWB0
January 09, 2022
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), speaks to supporters...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), speaks to supporters...
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), speaks to supporters during a campaign rally, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4DWAY
January 09, 2022
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), takes a selfie with...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), takes a selfie with...
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), takes a selfie with supporters during a campaign rally, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4DWAW
January 09, 2022
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), speaks to supporters...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), speaks to supporters...
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), speaks to supporters during a campaign rally, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-POLITICS/
RTS4DWAV
January 09, 2022
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), embraces his wife...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), embraces his wife...
Jose Maria Figueres presidential candidate of the National Liberation Party (PLN), embraces his wife Cinthya Berrocal during a campaign rally, ahead of the February 6 general election in San Jose, Costa Rica January 9, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-CRYPTOCURRENCY/
RTS4FIYH
January 08, 2022
Eduardo Kopper, owner of Data Center CR, speaks during an interview at the Poas I hydroelectric plant,...
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Costa Rica hydro plant gets new lease on life from crypto mining
Eduardo Kopper, owner of Data Center CR, speaks during an interview at the Poas I hydroelectric plant, which provides energy to the computers of Data Center CR used for cryptocurrency mining, in Alajuela, Costa Rica January 8, 2022. Picture taken January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-CRYPTOCURRENCY/
RTS4FIYI
January 08, 2022
Containers of Data Center CR, which keep the computers used for cryptocurrency mining, are pictured at...
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Costa Rica hydro plant gets new lease on life from crypto mining
Containers of Data Center CR, which keep the computers used for cryptocurrency mining, are pictured at the Poas I hydroelectric plant that provides energy to the computers, in Alajuela, Costa Rica January 8, 2022. Picture taken January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-CRYPTOCURRENCY/
RTS4FIYG
January 08, 2022
Eduardo Kopper, owner of Data Center CR, works in the data center at the Poas I hydroelectric plant that...
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Costa Rica hydro plant gets new lease on life from crypto mining
Eduardo Kopper, owner of Data Center CR, works in the data center at the Poas I hydroelectric plant that provides the energy to the computers, in Alajuela, Costa Rica January 8, 2022. Picture taken January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-CRYPTOCURRENCY/
RTS4FIX4
January 08, 2022
A view of the Poas I hydroelectric plant, which provides energy to the computers of Data Center CR used...
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Costa Rica hydro plant gets new lease on life from crypto mining
A view of the Poas I hydroelectric plant, which provides energy to the computers of Data Center CR used for cryptocurrency mining, in Alajuela, Costa Rica January 8, 2022. Picture taken January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-CRYPTOCURRENCY/
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January 08, 2022
Containers of Data Center CR, which keep the computers used for cryptocurrency mining, are pictured at...
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Costa Rica hydro plant gets new lease on life from crypto mining
Containers of Data Center CR, which keep the computers used for cryptocurrency mining, are pictured at the Poas I hydroelectric plant that provides the energy to the computers, in Alajuela, Costa Rica January 8, 2022. Picture taken January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
COSTA RICA-CRYPTOCURRENCY/
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January 08, 2022
A man closes a container of Data Center CR, a company providing services for cryptocurrency mining, at...
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Costa Rica hydro plant gets new lease on life from crypto mining
A man closes a container of Data Center CR, a company providing services for cryptocurrency mining, at the Poas I hydroelectric plant that provides the electricity to the computers, in Alajuela, Costa Rica January 8, 2022. Picture taken January 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mayela Lopez
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