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Obama attacks Latino Trump voters in 'dismissive' interview
Former President Barack Obama criticized for comments about Latino Evangelical Trump supporters on the radio show 'The Breakfast Club'; Raymond Arroyo weighs in on 'The Story' hosted by Dana Perino.
Panama reports 1,342 new COVID-19 cases and 37 deaths in the last 24 hours
With the January 18 report of 1,342 new cases of COVID-19 detected in the last 24 hours, Panama reaches 299,361 accumulated infections.
280,000 people have filled out registration form to apply for COVID-19 vaccine
Parts of Panama waits for coming days for the arrival of the first vaccines against COVID-19 to begin its application in priority groups, and then with mass vaccination to the r...
Alert: scams have become another pandemic amid Covid-19
Scams became one of the main crimes during 2020, preceded by thefts and robberies.
Chamber of Tourism asks for a roadmap and fluid communication for reactivation
Ernesto Orillac, president of the National Chamber of Tourism of Panama (Camtur), asked the Ministry of Health (Minsa) to install a table with the aim of establishing a roadmap ...
Cortizo: 1,101 COVID-19 vaccination centers will be enabled in Panama
The president of Panama Laurentino Cortizo said this Monday that 1,101 centers will be enabled for the application of the vaccine against COVID-19 to the population included in ...
The European Union will decide on February 16 whether to keep Panama on its ‘black’ list.
The ministers of Economy and Finance of the European Union (Ecofin) will meet on February 16 to deliberate whether to remove Panama from the 'black' list of tax havens in which ...
At least 200 travelers with Covid-19 have detected the Minsa this month at Tocumen Airport
At least 200 positive travelers with Covid-19 have been detected by the Ministry of Health (Minsa) at the Tocumen International Airport, so far this year.
Venezuela lifts suspension of flights from Panama and the Dominican Republic
The National Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Venezuela (Inac) announced that it lifted the restrictions on flights from Panama and the Dominican Republic.
No direct link between 33 deaths and Covid vaccine, Norway says
There is no evidence of a direct link between the vaccine and the deaths of 33 people in Norway who had received the jab, health officials have ruled.
Slight slowdown in Covid-19 cases
The epidemiological week that just ended (January 10-16 ) saw a slight slowdown in cases of the Covid-19 disease.
Former data scientist & coronavirus crusader Rebekah Jones charged with computer misuse after turning herself in to Florida police
A fired data scientist who accused Florida officials of manipulating coronavirus statistics to open up the state sooner has turned herself in and been charged with illegally acc...
Chamber of Commerce asks the Government to give importance to the tourism sector
The Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama (Cciap) gave a boost to the request that the different tourist associations have been making for months before the ...
Curtain Designs for the Most Luxurious Living Room Windows
Dress your windows for the home you want.
Protestors in Colon demand jobs
This Monday, January 18, several points in the city of Colón were closed in the morning by groups of people demanding jobs.
Raf Simons Tests Convention and Possibilities for His First Men's Collection for Prada
Prada's Fall/Winter 2021 marks the second debut of Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons' collaboration.
White, male, Trump-voting troops MAY BETRAY Biden at inauguration, Dem Congressman suggests, in prediction even CNN finds crazy
With the FBI screening National Guard troops for potential animosity toward Joe Biden, Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen reckons the soldiers’ gender and skin color are proof enough t...
Samsung Chief Jailed For 2.5 Years Over Corruption Scandal
The ruling also cements a major shift in South Korea's view on wrongdoings committed by the owners of the country's powerful conglomerates, or chaebol, which led the country's e...
World On Brink Of "Catastrophic Moral Failure" On Vaccines: WHO Chief
COVID-19 Vaccine: "Not only does this me-first approach leave the world's poorest and most vulnerable at risk, it is also self-defeating," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Gh...
Capitol Rioter May Have Stolen Pelosi's Computer, Tried To Sell To Russia: FBI
The theft of electronic devices from congressional offices has been a persistent worry following the siege by supporters of US President Donald Trump.
South Africa Virus Strain 50 Per Cent More Contagious, Experts Confirm
The new variant is 50 percent more contagious, said epidemiologist Professor Salim Abdool Karim, co-chair of the health ministry's scientific committee.
Biden Pushes Unity 2-Days Before Taking Over White House, Trump Considers 100 Pardons
The Democrat's fervent appeals for optimism and healing -- which are also set to dominate his inauguration event on Wednesday -- are running up against the hard reality of multi...
Dominion sends cease and desist letter to My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell
Dominion Voting Systems on Monday sent a cease and desist letter to My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell over his spread of misinformation related to the 2020 election. Lindell is a promi...
Rudy Giuliani realized he can't actually be Trump's impeachment lawyer because he's a witness in the case
Giuliani was at the rally where President Donald Trump is accused of inciting an insurrection — and where Giuliani advocated "trial by combat."
Guatemala: Honduran migrants heading for US camp out after violent clashes with troops
The caravan has been fleeing poverty and lawlessness in a region which has been badly hit by COVID-19 and back-to-back hurricanes.
So Many People Are Dying Of COVID-19 In LA They've Had To Suspend Cremation Limits
As of Jan. 15, there are more than 2,700 bodies being stored at Los Angeles hospitals and the Coroner's Office.
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