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Spadafora was a doctor graduated in Bologna (Italy) with a strong bias for the social issue, participated in the independence of Guinea Bissau and was uniformed to face, in Nicaragua, the regime of Anastasio Somoza

Special Report

The situation of the Panamanian public health system does not differ from any other in a Latin American country. The hospital chain of the Social Security Fund (CSS) is a system plagued with bureaucracy, deficiencies and poor effectiveness to serve its members and pensioners and it is perceived by those who need to use the system

The Second High Court Panama City, which issued the resolution in favor of the main partners of the firm Mossack Fonseca, requested a bond of $ 500,000 each and issued a ban on leaving the country for both

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Court grants Mossack and Fonseca bail

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The Second High Court Panama City, which issued the resolution in favor of the main partners of the firm Mossack Fonseca, requested a bond of $ 500,000 each and issued a ban on leaving the country for both

Panama passes regulation of femicide law to tackle violence against women

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Panama passes regulation of femicide law to tackle violence against women

Patrizia Aymerich

President Juan Carlos Varela has passed today a regulation of the law that typifies femicide and strengthens assistance for women who have suffered some type of gender violence or abuse

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Patrizia Aymerich

The far-right contender Marine Le Pen of the National Front and centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron of the party En Marche will face each other in France’s presidential runoff on May 7

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The victory allows the club to leave the Santiago Bernabeu as leader of La Liga

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Patrizia Aymerich

Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron of the party En Marche takes the lead against far-right contender Marine Le Pen of the National Front, in preliminary polls

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Patrizia Aymerich

The series of repressions led by Venezuelan government forces against the opposition were intensified on the night of April 20 in Caracas where attacks by the Bolivarian National Guard were reported by demonstrators who protested President Nicolás Maduro

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Álvaro Pulido

He also served on the Executive Committee of the Confederation of North America, Central America and the Caribbean Football Confederation (CONCACAF)

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Elaine Nava

For the first time in a long time, Nicolás Maduro, leaves open the possibility of going to elections. In an unexpected statement, President Maduro said he wants a "total victory" in the eventual elections, in which he added that he would like to be measured against some opposition leaders. However, Maduro urged not to be deceived, concerning what he considers is the autonomy of the National Electoral Council

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The gunman who killed one policeman Thursday night on Paris’s Champs Élysées before he was shot dead was known to police and had been arrested in February on suspicion of planning to kill officers, before being released due to lack of evidence