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The Panama Canal expansion, inaugurated just over two years ago and at a cost of at least 5,600 million dollars, today reached 4,000 neopanamax transits, the ships for which it was built

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Oldest Panamanian city in the American Pacific counts days for its 500th anniversary

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A first countdown clock to commemorate the next 500th anniversary of the oldest city, founded by Europeans on the Pacific coast of the American continent, was inaugurated today by Panamanian authorities

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Panamanian coach trusts his players will explode in the super round

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The coach of the Panamanian baseball team under 15, Dimas Ponce, told Efe today they are prepared to face the next match in the best possible way and he trusts his team will loosen up in the super round of the World Cup under 15 organized by the World Baseball and Softball Confederation (WBSC)

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"The detention of migrant children can not be allowed, it is not allowed in International Law, and it is also costly ... and it does not work," so said director of UNICEF for Latin America and the Caribbean, Maria Cristina Perceval, categorically in an interview with EFE

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Panamanian civil groups urged judges of the Supreme Court the creation of a national or international high level commission to investigate the "serious accusations" of alleged illegal wiretapping, in the context of a scandal surrounding the case against former President Ricardo Martinelli

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The construction of a modern convention center on the edge of the Panama Canal registers 78 percent, while that of the adjoining cruise terminal reaches 34 percent of completion, reported today the Government

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American singer Aretha Franklin, known as the "Queen of Soul," died at her home in Detroit, her representative, Gwendolyn Quinn, said Thursday. She was 76

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The Latin American development bank (CAF) reported today that it made a second placement of the so-called "green bonds", for an amount of 30 million dollars, for a term of five years and a coupon of 3.38 percent

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Figures such as the Swiss Roger Federer and the Argentine Juan Martin del Potro, in men, or the American Sloane Stephens and the German Angelique Kerber in the female branch, continue advancing to the decisive rounds of the Cincinnati Masters, one of the last preparation tournaments before the US Open