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Etesa warns about the arrival of a slight swell on the Panamanian Pacific coast
People are warned that this slight influx of swell will generate increased rip currents in beach and coastal areas.
Panama reports 185 new COVID-19 cases and 6 deaths in 24 hours
To date, Panama has 3,573 active cases and 455,397 recovered patients, informed the Minsa through its epidemiological report.
Cciap urges joint work between Panama and the countries of the region on migrants
Businessmen were concerned about the reports of violence that migrants have experienced on their way to the United States and Canada.
National Police evicts activities in Guararé
The Guararé authorities allowed two dance activities and a bullfight that caused the crowds of people on public roads.
Panama stumbles against the Netherlands in the U23 Baseball World Cup
The Panama U23 team was defeated by the Netherlands in their fourth game at the World Cup in Sonora, Mexico.
Bus carrying women's soccer team in Soná capsizes, several injuries are reported
The injured were treated by the Meritorious Fire Department and the National Police as well as residents of the sector.
14 people apprehended in Operation Twilight placed under provisional arrest
The 22 people apprehended in Operation Twilight were charged with the crime of smuggling of migrants.
Acodeco: Expired products is the main anomaly detected in stores throughout the country
Acodeco indicates that from January to August 2021, 61,293 products with expired expiration dates were found in commercial premises.
Melanic jaguar spotted for the first time in La Amistad International Park
The presence of the melanic jaguar in La Amistad International Park was evidenced through a photograph thanks to ten camera traps.
A Brooklyn Brownstone Packed With Sublime 19th-Century Charm
Listed for the first time in decades, this two-family gem is fitted with exposed brick, exquisite woodwork, and ornamental mantles.
How to Wear the Top Color Trends for Fall 2021
Yellow, pink, and orange dominated the runway and, now, street style. L’OFFICIEL gives you the complete guide to wearing the top Fall 2021 color trends.
Ransomware shame: More than half of business owners conceal cyber-breach
The ransomware scourge may be even worse than widely believed as most business executives hide cyberattacks, a new survey says.
Crypto exchange giants stop taking China users
Two of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges have halted new registrations for Chinese users, taking one of the first actions to comply with Beijing’s latest cryptocurrency ban.
Is Facebook leading us on a journey to the metaverse?
Nick Clegg will on Monday set out the tech giant’s vision of a virtual world where you can work, shop and ‘live’. But the move is prompting new fears over privacy
Bitcoin.org Domain Disabled After Alleged Cybersecurity Breach
The direct URL for the Bitcoin white paper (its technical description) on Bitcoin.org shows either "404 Not Found" or "This site can’t be reached".
Canada, China and US were all doomed to lose in Meng Wanzhou’s case
Analysis: After the Huawei chief’s detention, the saga rapidly turned from a narrow legal dispute into an escalating battle
Facebook ‘overpaid in data settlement to avoid naming Zuckerberg’
Lawsuit alleges settlement in Cambridge Analytica case driven by desire to protect founder
Why hard work alone isn't enough to get ahead
We're constantly taught the recipe for getting ahead is to put our heads down and outwork everyone else. But that's not quite right.
Spyware ‘found on phones of five French cabinet members’
Mediapart claims indicate that devices were targeted by NSO’s Pegasus spyware
Zoom meetings mean you have to face your own face
Is that little flickery square in the corner of the screen the real me? By Eva Wiseman
Spice Girl among stars to begin phone-hacking claims against Murdoch empire
Melanie Chisholm, Boyzone’s Shane Lynch and S Club 7’s Hannah Spearritt latest to allege voicemail interception
Kudlow: Xi Jinping has issued 'declaration of war' against capitalism
United States of America - President Addresses UN General Debate, 76th Session
Joe Biden, President of the United States of America addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (New York, 21-27 September 2021). “US military power must be our tool of last resort, ...
China - President Addresses United Nations General Debate, 76th Session (English)
Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China, addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 21-27 September 2021). Chinese President Xi today told the General Assembly, “Democ...
Chinese regulators unite forces to crack down on crypto
The Chinese government is getting more serious about cracking down on the cryptocurrency industry as state authorities are bringing forces to combat crypto operations in the country.
We can’t even freely debate Islam without being accused of Islamophobia. British universities are becoming cancel-culture prisons
An Oxford University provost who was previously chair of the UK’s Equality and Human Rights Commission this week apologised to students for having allowed his college to host a Christian conference.
Robotics and Blockchain Top Startup Genome's List of Fastest-Growing Industries
Agricultural technology, big data, and other tech sectors continued speedy growth, according to a new report on the global state of entrepreneurship.
Panama seeks to become the Regional Green Hydrogen Hub
The highest representative of the Panamanian energy sector highlighted that Panama is currently one of the three carbon negative countries in the world.
Panama reports 257 new COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths in 24 hours
The number of hospitalized is 279, in ward there are 224 and in intensive care 55.
Costa Rica announces new purchase of vaccines for children and third doses
The million doses will be purchased from the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and with this Costa Rica, a country of 5.1 million inhabitants, will reach 3.5 million doses by 2022.
Panama beat Korea in their third match at the U23 World Cup
Panama's team defeated Korea 5-2 at the U23 Baseball World Cup in Sonora, Mexico.
Panama and Costa Rica seek to establish joint risk prevention strategies
It is expected to establish strategies in accordance with the public policy instruments in force in each country.
88,000 migrants have entered through Darién, Panama provides them food and accommodation
According to the National Migration Service, migrants are cared for by the State due to their vulnerable conditions.
Charges against 22 people apprehended in Operation Twilight
Through the Twilight operation, three vehicles and a boat that were used to transport migrants were also seized.
A teenager on Tiktok disrupted thousands of scientific studies with a single video
Researchers were caught by surprise after a short video sent a flood of new users to a survey platform. Thousands of scientific studies had to toss out weeks of data because of a 56-second TikTok video by a teenager.
The attempt to hold Epik.com accountable for the content of their clients' websites is like blaming Gutenberg for the NYT's fake news that dragged The US to the useless war against the nuclear weapons Iraq never had.
The claim that censorship rather than education and free, open and public debate is the proper means of fighting outrageous, annoying and invalid opinions belongs to the worst dictatorships in human history. Through de-platform, the sile...
All Nuclear Powers Will Have to Join Arms Control Talks One Day, UN Disarmament Chief Says
All nuclear powers will at some point have to sit at the negotiating table for arms control talks, UN Under-Secretary-General of Disarmament Affairs Izumi Nakamitsu told Sputnik on Saturday.
Google CEO sought to keep Incognito mode issues out of spotlight, lawsuit alleges
The filing "mischaracterizes emails referencing unrelated second and third-hand accounts": Google spokesman
Huawei Executive Gets Hero's Welcome In China, Hails "Strong Motherland"
Meng Wanzhou was released from legal detention in Canada after striking a deal with the US prosecutors over a bank fraud case
Evergrande’s EV arm warns of cash crisis as property group misses payment deadline
The electric car arm of China’s embattled property developer Evergrande said it faces an uncertain future unless it gets a swift injection of cash, sounding the alarm that the company’s liquidity crisis is mounting.
China Continues Crackdown, Arrests Executives Of Conglomerate: Report
Chen Feng, HNA's chairman, and Tan Xiangdong, the company's CEO, were arrested and taken into custody Friday over suspected crimes in Hainan Province
Canadian Catholic Church Apologises to Indigenous People for Abuse in Residential Schools
The Canadian Catholic Church has apologised to the country's indigenous peoples for the suffering caused to children in residential schools, many of which were operated by the Church and often relied on forced assimilation.
Semiconductor chip shortage to cost global automakers $210 billion this year – report
A new report by consulting firm AlixPartners has suggested the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage is expected to cost the global automotive industry an estimated $210 billion in revenue in 2021.
Whistleblower behind 'Facebook files' will reveal identity, cooperate with Congress: source
The whistleblower involved in the "Facebook Files" investigation will reveal his or her identity as part of an agreement to cooperate with Congress, a source confirms to FOX Business.
"I Represent A Country That's Proud To Be Known As Mother Of Democracy": PM At UN
PM Modi said: "We have had a great tradition of democracy that goes back to thousands of years".
Facebook's longtime chief technology officer stepping down next year
Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer said Wednesday that he will step down from the role next year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook hunts for leakers just like in a Mafia
Cook emphasized that leakers constitute a 'small number of people' who 'do not belong' at Apple
"World Is Watching Them": US Condemns Taliban Plan To Resume Executions
US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the US stands with the Afghan people, especially with members of minority groups
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