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Panama Registers Record Number of Migrants Crossing Treacherous Darien Gap

PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - A record 42,000 migrants bound for North America have this year entered Panama by trekking across the perilous jungle area...
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Strong Quake Hits Offshore Near Panama, No Damage Reported

SAN JOSE/PANAMA CITY (Reuters) -A strong earthquake struck off the southern coast of Panama on Wednesday near the border with Costa Rica, although...
Tags: Costa Rica, Panama, Reuters, SAN JOSE PANAMA CITY

U.S. should offer compassion and care, not more wars

The last week has brought heightened focus on United States military intervention in other countries. Following the assassination of Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise, Claude Joseph, the acting prime minister, requested U.S. military intervention to stabilize conditions in his country. Mayor Francis Suarez of Miami has suggested that U.S. airstrikes might be appropriate against Cuban military targets, to assist the widespread popular demonstrations against Communist Party rule. Meanwhile, the U.S....
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14 of the best hotels in Barcelona for rooftop pools, modern rooms, and central locations near top cultural attractions

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The One Barcelona Spain has reopened to fully vaccinated U.S. travelers. Barcelona has a sunny climate, a cool urban beach scene, and a wealth of cultural attractions. Choose from a wide range of hotels, from budget-friendly to chic boutique and classic luxury. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky One of Europe's greatest cities, Barcelona teems with architectural masterpieces, innovative cuisine, a...
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Our Fighting Forces #157 - Jack Kirby art & cover

 Jack Kirby Our Fighting Forces v1 #157 featuring the Losers, 1975 - Crucial supplies are disappearing in Panama, where Johnny Cloud and company arrive for their next assignment. Once again, Jack Kirby's cover appears hurried and less detailed. Inside, a bistro owner named Panama Fattie makes her debut as one of Kirby's most quintessentially original characters. Expertly paced and illustrated, [Author: Unknown]
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Gold Cup Standings and Ticket Information

Current Gold Cup standings with half the teams completing two matches. The top two teams from each group advance to the quarterfinals.If Mexico finishes second is their group, that makes the US vs Canada game very interesting on Sunday. 2021 Gold Cup Group Stages Saturday, July 17 – BBVA Stadium, Houston, TX (Group D) – Buy Gold Cup Tickets Grenada vs Qatar (7:30 pm ET) Panama vs Honduras (9:30 pm ET) Sunday, July 18 – Groups A and B – Buy Gold Cup Tickets Martinique vs Winner Prelims 7 – Toyo...
Tags: Usa, Mexico, US, Qatar, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Grenada, Glendale, Toyota, Jamaica, El Salvador, Honduras, Tickets, Costa Rica, USMNT

Colombia Seizes 5.4 Tonnes of Cocaine Worth $185 Million -Navy

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Authorities in Colombia, working alongside counterparts in Panama and the United States, have seized 5.4 tonnes of cocaine worth...
Tags: Colombia, United States, Panama, Bogota, Reuters Authorities, Colombia Seizes, Tonnes of Cocaine Worth 185 Million Navy

Miami's mayor says the US should consider air strikes against Cuba

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Joe Raedle/Getty Images Miami's Republican mayor said the US should consider taking military action against Cuba. His comments came as Cuba saw mass anti-government protests this week. The US has a poor track record when it comes to military operations against the Communist regime. See more stories on Insider's business page. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez on Tuesday suggested that the US should explore the option of air strikes against Cuba."What should be c...
Tags: Politics, News, Obama, Congress, US, International, Barack Obama, Trends, Joe Biden, Miami, Cia, Republican, Biden, Cuba, Fidel Castro, Donald Trump

Wrexham councillor on Panama 'working holiday' resigns

Andrew Atkinson had said he was in the Central American country to plan his family's emigration.
Tags: News, Panama, Wrexham, Andrew Atkinson

Florida suspect in Haiti president killing deepens mystery

By DÁNICA COTO, BEN FOX and TERRY SPENCER PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — The arrest of a failed Haitian businessman living in Florida who authorities say was a key player in the killing of Haiti’s president deepened the mystery Monday into an already convoluted plot surrounding the assassination. Haitian authorities identified the suspect as Christian Emmanuel Sanon, 62, who once expressed a desire to lead his country in a YouTube video. However he is unknown in Haitian political circles, and asso...
Tags: Florida, Youtube, Senate, White House, Uncategorized, Sport, Joe Biden, Fox, Colombia, Soccer, United Nations, Miami, Associated Press, Charles, Department Of Homeland Security, Panama

Gold Cup 2021 Underway

The full schedule for this summer’s 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup has been released. The tournament will be played in 11 cities across eight different US metropolitan areas, with the final taking place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on August 1. “We are extremely pleased to confirm the schedule and venues for this summer’s Concacaf Gold Cup, which promises to be a celebration of football in our great region,” Concacaf president and FIFA vice president Victor Montagliani said in Thursday’s release. “...
Tags: Usa, Mexico, US, Qatar, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Grenada, Glendale, Fifa, Toyota, Jamaica, Las Vegas, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala

Gold Cup 2021 Ready To Kick Off

The full schedule for this summer’s 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup has been released. The tournament will be played in 11 cities across eight different US metropolitan areas, with the final taking place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on August 1. “We are extremely pleased to confirm the schedule and venues for this summer’s Concacaf Gold Cup, which promises to be a celebration of football in our great region,” Concacaf president and FIFA vice president Victor Montagliani said in Thursday’s release. “...
Tags: Usa, Mexico, US, Qatar, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Grenada, Glendale, Fifa, Toyota, Jamaica, Las Vegas, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala

Regent Seven Seas has unveiled a 4-month world cruise that will stop at 61 World Heritage Sites. Tickets start at $73,500, and $200,000 gets you a suite with a personal butler

The Seven Seas Mariner ship has eight decks and will set sail from Miami on January 6, 2024. Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Regent Seven Seas has unveiled plans for its 132-day 2024 world cruise, per Fox Business. The Seven Seas Mariner ship will visit 31 countries and 61 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It costs $200,000 per guest for a Master Suite - which comes with a personal butler. See more stories on Insider's business page. Regent Seven Seas has unveiled plans for its luxury 2024 wo...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Florida, News, Australia, India, Trends, Fox, Malaysia, New Zealand, Vacation, Miami, Goa, Panama, Unesco World Heritage Sites, Regent Seven Seas

The 'Ferrari' of US special-operations helicopters may soon be headed out of service

A US Army AH-6 Little Bird fires at targets during an offensive air support exercise, April 5, 2016. US Marine Corps/Staff Sgt. Artur Shvartsberg For 40 years, the AH-6 and MH-6 Little Birds have earned legendary status in the special-operations community. The helicopters have proven able to attack targets and transport commandos on all kinds of missions. But the Army and the special-operations community will soon have decide if the Little Bird has any life left. See more stories on Inside...
Tags: Navy, Iraq, US, Trends, Afghanistan, Taliban, Grenada, Army, Rangers, Al Qaeda, Cia, US Army, Helicopter, US Navy, Panama, Panama City

Wrexham councillor defends Panama 'working holiday'

Andrew Atkinson defends working from 5,000 miles away as his department is under intense scrutiny.
Tags: News, Panama, Wrexham, Andrew Atkinson

Now: Alexandroupoli, Greece

Chuck Holton and I are back from Bulgaria, now in Greece. Amazing all the borders we crossed and flights we made using one 72-hour PCR test for the CCP virus. 1) Panama to New York, JFK 2) Newark to Athens 3) Flew Athens to Alexandroupoli 4) Drove to Bulgaria — spent night in Bulgaria 5) This morning drove from Bulgaria back to Alexandroupoli And the 72 hour test just expired. We just finished another interview. This time with a Police Major. This evening, Police will take us to ...
Tags: Chuck, Featured, Greece, Military, Athens, Bulgaria, Newark, Panama, Ccp, New York JFK, Alexandroupoli, Michael's Dispatches, Michael Yon, Chuck Holton, Alexandroupoli Greece, Flew Athens

Mexico soccer urging fans to refrain from homophobic chant at Coliseum

The largest gathering in Los Angeles since pandemic guidelines across California were lifted June 15 is expected Saturday at the Coliseum when the men’s national soccer teams from Mexico and Nigeria meet in an exhibition match. MexTour organizers, Soccer United Marketing, believe the final date of Mexico’s current four-city series should outdraw the 52,078 fans who descended upon Dodger Stadium for its reopening June 16. Mexico has played in front of more than 90,000 spectators during previous v...
Tags: Europe, Japan, California, Mexico, Nigeria, Sports, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Qatar, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Liberia, Fifa, Nashville, Jamaica

Stuck on Runway in New Jersey: Reason...

... need another 30,000 pounds of fuel. Truck ran out so we are waiting on another truck. A pilot friend told me they are having fuel truck problems at many airports. And like magic... All three airports we have been at today have had many organization problems, as did the PCR test company who was too late. We would have missed flight due to PCR late but Chuck Holton bought quick tests in America and they were accepted in Panama and U.S. Now delayed at Newark. An immigration officer a...
Tags: Featured, America, Military, New Jersey, Newark, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama, Patreon, Darien, Michael's Dispatches, Michael Yon, Darien Gap, Chuck Holton, Darien Gap He

Afghanistan Lost

Panama City, Panama Mind burst, sans-edit Just go back to 2006 and read my dozen major dispatches on losing the war in Afghanistan. At that time, millions of people regularly read my Iraq and Afghanistan. And at any one time, about half hated me or said I was wrong. But now we can open the time capsule and see who was right and wrong on Iraq, Afghanistan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan-Korea relations, and Chinese information war. Start with my 2005 archives. Imagine investing in my report...
Tags: Asia, Chuck, Japan, Featured, White House, China, Iraq, Africa, US, America, Social Media, Iran, Afghanistan, Thailand, Military, United States

Panama Canal Tackles Climate-Change Puzzle: Too Little Rainwater or Too Much

Authorities, facing diminishing levels of rainwater that the 50-mile canal needs to operate, plan to unveil a $2 billion plan to build...
Tags: Panama, Rainwater

Panama Foreign Minister Follows our Lead

Panama Foreign Minister joins battle to save lives. Excellent: [Author: [email protected] (Michael Yon)]
Tags: Featured, Military, Panama, Michael's Dispatches, Michael Yon

Fundación Relaciones Sanas: Are you okay?

In Panama, every 3 days a person commits suicide and the majority are men. A different look at a topic that nobody is talking about in Panama. Proposing as a strategy not to speak to the person who has the problem, but to those around him, inviting them to have real conversations to direct the person who suffers to "open an escape valve" through active listening. The current situation has brought situations with great emotional load from loss of job, of a loved one, financial ...
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More intense predation in the tropics can limit marine invasions

Smithsonian marine biologists and colleagues at Temple University tested predictions about biological invasions, first in Panama and then in an experiment of unprecedented geographic scale. Their results are published in companion papers in the journal Ecology.
Tags: Science, Panama, Temple University

Panama: How Is The New Tax Amnesty In Panama - CLD Legal

Through Law 208 of 2021, Law 99 of 2019 has been modified, which is related to the Tax Amnesty for the payment of taxes in Panama.
Tags: News, Panama

Portugal v Germany: Euro 2020 – live!

Group F updates from the 5pm BST kick-off in MunichEuro 2020 overview: latest tables, results and fixturesAnd you can email Luke or tweet @LukeMcLaughlin 4.33pm BST Yash Gupta emails in!“I find Gareth Southgate and Joachim Löw very similar. Obviously there are few differences as one has won the World Cup and other one beat Panama 6-0, but in tactics nous both are similar. In England’s case yesterday, their full-backs didn’t advance five yards in build-up phase and when they did, they end up ...
Tags: England, France, Germany, Football, Sport, Portugal, Joachim Low, Gareth Southgate, European Championship, Panama, Luke, Müller, Kimmich, Die Mannschaft, Euro 2020, Yash Gupta

How America quietly lost 2,700 ships

Farewell, sweet ships... AP Photo/Seth Wenig Since 1960, America's cargo fleet has fallen from 16% of the world's fleet to 0.2%. It's thanks to the government slashing support of shipping, and the rise of overseas tax havens. Our domestic snubbing of shipping underlies why we're in a shipping crisis. See more stories on Insider's business page. At the time ocean shipping took over the world, America gave up on the shipping industry.In 1960, when the world moved 1.2 mil...
Tags: Transportation, Asia, Europe, UK, Congress, Germany, US, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Reagan, Economy, United States, United Kingdom, Shipping, United Arab Emirates

Emerging markets could be the next big frontier for crypto. A slew of politicians want to follow El Salvador and adopt bitcoin as legal tender.

Dado Ruvic/Reuters Emerging markets are pioneering digital and crypto currency usage, trading and mining. Since El Salvador voted to adopt bitcoin as legal tender, a slew of politicians have said they want to follow suit. Many showed their support through tweets or by adding the symbolic laser eyes to their Twitter pictures. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Cryptocurrencies can often stir up concern among conservative investors and few are as con...
Tags: England, Congress, US, Dallas Mavericks, Trends, Bank Of America, European Central Bank, Bitcoin, Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina, World Bank, El Salvador, Federal Reserve, Oakland, Panama

Kurt Lash on Reconstruction (1): Defining the topic, setting the canon

For the Symposium on Kurt Lash, The Reconstruction Amendments: The Essential Documents (University of Chicago Press, 2021)(2 vols.). What follows is a two-part review of Kurt Lash’s truly important collection of materials on “the Reconstruction Amendments” just published by the University of Chicago Press.  Both Lash and the Press have performed a genuine service to anyone interested in American constitutional history by bringing out these handsomely produced two volumes.  They will be a...
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VPNs and Trust

TorrentFreak surveyed nineteen VPN providers, asking them questions about their privacy practices: what data they keep, how they respond to court order, what country they are incorporated in, and so on. Most interesting to me is the home countries of these companies. Express VPN is incorporated in the British Virgin Islands. NordVPN is incorporated in Panama. There are VPNs from the Seychelles, Malaysia, and Bulgaria. There are VPNs from more Western and democratic countries like the US, Switzer...
Tags: Sweden, Privacy, Nsa, Trust, Uncategorized, US, Surveillance, Fbi, Bulgaria, Vpn, Panama, British Virgin Islands, Seychelles, Bruce Schneier, US Australia, Risk Assessment