Tuesday, Oct 04, 2022
Panama News in English
Add Your News
Recharging machines and turnstiles vandalized at the Panama Metro station
The Panama Metro reported that the person who vandalized the recharging machines and turnstiles at the Pedregal station is in police custody.
The Panama Metro reported that in the morning hours of this Wednesday, August 18, a citizen entered the Pedregal station and with mallet in hand, vandalized the recharging machines and turnstiles.
The person is in the custody of the Panama Metro police unit.
While the users and personnel who were at the time of the event were unharmed and the Pedregal station remains operational, the Panama Metro said in a statement.
"We reproach these types of actions that deteriorate a public good that benefits thousands of users," said the Panama Metro.
Mexico: reporters and activists hacked with NSO spyware despite assurances
Country’s current government had sworn it would no longer use the hacking software
Colombia to restart peace talks with the country’s largest active guerrilla group
Start date for dialogue with the National Liberation Army will be announced after first week of November
At least 15 killed in latest Ecuador prison riot
At least 15 inmates were killed and 21 others injured in a prison in the Ecuadorean city of Latacunga on Monday in the latest incident of deadly jail violence in the Andean coun...
Australian court begins trial in high-profile sexual assault case
A highly anticipated sexual assault trial began in Australia Tuesday in a case that has raised questions about the culture in the nation’s Parliament and the actions of minister...
Professor Jeffrey Sachs Saying out loud what everybody whispers
Professor Jeffrey Sachs caused nervous interjections by Bloomberg news casters for daring to suggest what everyone believes to be true, that the US was behind the Nord Stream te...
IMF says up to 20 countries could require emergency assistance to ease food crisis
The International Monetary Fund said on Monday that up to 20 countries, many in Africa, could need emergency assistance to cope with the global food crisis.
Saudi consulate in Houston provides housing for citizens affected by Hurricane Ian
Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Houston in the United States of America provided hotel accommodation for Saudi citizens who were evacuated from Florida due to Hurricane Ian.
What about 2016 election?
Unpacking the results of Brazil’s heated presidential election
Left-wing Luiz Inácio ‘Lula’ da Silva tops the first round, but far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro outperforms pollsters’ predictions.
US top diplomat begins Latin America tour with visit to Colombia
Antony Blinken’s trip to Colombia, Chile and Peru is part of US effort to reaffirm its commitment to South American allies.
Haiti’s public health crisis deepens as cholera cases reported
Haiti reports at least seven suspected deaths as outbreak hits amid rising gang violence, limited fuel and water access.
Subscribe also to our WhatsApp channel:
Add Your News