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126 people remain in the area awaiting the decision of President Juan Carlos Varela, regarding the fate of the Cubans

According to one of the founders of this political party, the "progressive" proposal seeks to establish a change in the traditional political agenda by promoting issues that have generated divided opinions among the population

Panama

Creemos: The political party seeking deep social integration

Álvaro Pulido

According to one of the founders of this political party, the "progressive" proposal seeks to establish a change in the traditional political agenda by promoting issues that have generated divided opinions among the population, such as: the sexual and reproductive health law, same sex marriage, abortions, gay adoptions, among others

Noriega is granted indefinite house arrest for Albrook massacre

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Panama

Noriega is granted indefinite house arrest for Albrook massacre

Andrés Castellano

On Thursday, a Panamanian judge decided to extend indefinitely the house arrest granted to former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, who has been in intensive care for two months after brain surgery

FILE

Patrizia Aymerich

The “Fora Dilma” shouted on the streets of Brasil nine months ago became a “Fora Temer”.  The citizens call for unseat the current president of the country Michel Temer, as well as direct elections

Alex Adames

Editor

Fashion parades, folk dances, paintings and crafts will be exhibited at the Albrook Mall halls Delfín and Koala until next Sunday May 28

EFE

EFE

The current President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, was on Saturday re-elected to his post with 57 percent of the vote

FILE

Patrizia Aymerich

The persecution of dissidents in Cuba has climbed three times for 13 years. The recent figures again raised red flags of NGOs that fight for freedom of thought on the island

EFE

Andrés Castellano

Panamanian singer Rubén Blades responded to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro after he accused him of being a promoter of hate messages to the country, on Tuesday May 16 in the Council of Ministers

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Álvaro Pulido

The social network giant got into trouble. European Union antitrust regulators on Thursday imposed a fine of $122 million on Facebook for providing misleading information about the social network’s acquisition of mobile messaging service WhatsApp