Death Toll From Tainted Liquor in Costa Rica Rises to 25
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Twenty-five people have died and dozens more have been hospitalized after drinking tainted liquor in Costa Rica, NBC News reported, citing health officials.

The announcement Monday came nearly a month after the country’s health ministry first put the alcohol-related death toll at 19 and attributed the deaths to methanol poisoning. Designer Deal? What You May Be Buying at TJ Maxx, Marshalls Liquor producers sometimes use the potentially toxic liquid to increase profit margins and raise alcohol...

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