Nicaraguans in San Jose walk together for safety and survive on ¢300 colones daily

What’s it like to be a Nicaraguan migrant in Costa Rica today? Contrary to the social media posts and comments that they come here to ‘pillage’, the sad reality is that most live on a few colones a day and without a roof over their head unless they are able to find work, a task that is becoming more and difficult by the day.
Fleeing repression and violence at home, Nicaraguan refugees now live the same fear in Costa Rica
Bryan Castillo, writing for the daily La Teja, a Nacion publication, took to La Merced park on Sunday, the same park that a day earlier became violent when a group of some 400 Costa Ricans descended on the public park in the center of San Jose, demanding the

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