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  • [Miguel Nazar Haro] In Panama the CIA inhibits a DEA intelligence operation, and blocks a Washington meeting between Panama's drug-dealing leader and DEA bosses.

    MICHAEL JOHN DECKER

  • Colombia and Panama are a tougher sell politically, as some of President Obama's core constituencies are wary of Colombia's reputation as unfriendly to union organizers and labor rights, and of Panama's status as a tax haven.

    Administration prepares to face grilling on trade

  • Lawmakers of both parties have been pushing for progress on the Panama and Colombia deals, which have been held up due to labor and Democratic concerns over Panama's labor and tax-haven laws and continued anti-union violence in Colombia.

    Lawmakers threaten to hold up Korea trade deal

  • But the timing of both of those deals remains uncertain, as labor groups and many Democrats have expressed concerns over Panama's labor and tax-haven laws and continued anti-union violence in Colombia.

    On Bogota visit, Baucus urges approval of Colombia trade deal

  • That turned out to be the quickest time of the morning but pretenders to Bolt's crown like American Walter Dix, Panama's Alonso Edward and flying Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre also proceeded comfortably.

    Bolt all business on return to Daegu track

  • In a brief statement, Panama's government said it would wait until the one-month appeals period is over on Aug. 29 to coordinate with France the transfer of Mr. Noriega "as quickly as possible," assuming Mr. Noriega didn't appeal.

    21 Years Later, Noriega to Be Returned to Panama

  • Noriega, 77, who last set foot in Panama in 1990 and had been in prison in France since 2010, touched down at Panama's international airport at 6.07pm local time, according to reports in the local media.

    Panama ex-dictator Manuel Noriega flies home

  • In an interview with Panama's La Estrella newspaper, Mario Rognoni – a friend and former minister – said Noriega had been unfairly treated.

    Panama ex-dictator Manuel Noriega flies home

  • Mr Noriega has to see out his sentence in Panama and will go to jail like any other convict, without any privileges, Panama's president Ricardo Martinelli told reporters.

    Panama ex-dictator Manuel Noriega flies home

  • Panama's former dictator, Manuel Noriega, finally returned home on Sunday almost 22 years after surrendering during a US invasion.

    Panama ex-dictator Manuel Noriega flies home

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