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The Panama Canal

The idea of the Panama dates back to 1513 when Vasco Nunez de Balboa first crossed the Isthmus the narrow land bridge between North and South America. A water passage between Atlantic and Pacific ocean. The European's recognized the potential for a canal
Tags: Travel, Atlantic, South America, North, Panama Canal, Panama, Vasco Nuñez de Balboa


The Difference Between Cruising and UnCruising

I’m not a person who cruises. However, I am a person who uncruises. I know what you are thinking – “she’s lost her mind – there is not such thing as uncruising – she’s resorted to making up words!” un·cruis·ing /ˈənˈkro͞oziNG/ noun: uncruising – the action of engaging, connecting, and exploring unique places, oneself, and with others on a small ship/boat while on a most uncommon adventure. No, I haven’t lost my mind. I just finished my 2nd Uncruise in Panama and Costa Rica and have been remi...
Tags: Travel, Google, Time, Turkey, Cruise, Alaska, Italy, Antarctica, Costa Rica, Panama, Adventure Travel, Rio, Cortez, Wrangel Island, Henry, Melissa


Panama: Transfer Pricing Update In Panama - Morgan & Morgan

The regulation of Transfer Pricing is one of the mechanisms through which the Directorate General of Revenue (DGI) seeks to avoid the erosion of the tax base.
Tags: News, Panama, Morgan, Panama Morgan, Directorate General of Revenue DGI


Norwegian liquor travels the world

People have different definitions of what it means to be well-traveled. For some, it means a big portion of your time is spent exploring new places. To others, it simply means racking up passport stamps. Every drop of Linie Aquavit, a spirit from Norway, is well-traveled regardless of how you define it. In fact, all of the Linie sold since 1821 has seen more of the world than the vast majority of humans. Before being bottled, Linie is aged in 500-liter barrels that previously held Oloroso she...
Tags: Travel, Japan, New York, Instagram, Australia, Kentucky, Scotland, Singapore, US, New Hampshire, Norway, Scandinavia, Baltimore, Panama, Caribbean, Tacoma


Deutsche Bank is moving jobs out of the Sunshine State to India to cut costs

Deutsche Bank AG is offshoring around 60 accounting jobs out of Florida to India, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing sources. The move comes as part of a larger shift by the struggling German lender to move back-office staff members to lower-cost countries. Deutsche Bank AG, which several years ago moved staff out of New York to cheaper US cities, is now shifting some of those those jobs to India. Germany's largest lender is relocating around 60 accounting positions to Mumbai from Jacksonv...
Tags: Florida, New York, India, New York City, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank, Silicon Valley, Goldman Sachs, Salt Lake City, Mumbai, Morgan Stanley, Panama, Jacksonville


Madariaga virus spreads to Haiti

Madariaga virus (MADV), or South American eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEEV), has -- until now -- been found primarily in animals of South and Central America, with the first human outbreak occurring in Panama in 2010. Now, scientists writing in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases report the identification of MADV in eight children in Haiti in 2015 and 2016.
Tags: Science, Central America, Panama, Haiti, Madariaga, EEEV


Panama cruise from Los Angeles to Fort lauterdale.

Arrived at the ship mid day and got settled in our room The Holland America Amsterdam. Weather is lovely the crew are very nice looking forward to our journey through the Panama. As usual ship delayed leaving but a fine dining room and a good night sleep
Tags: Travel, Los Angeles, Panama, Fort, Holland America Amsterdam


Someone's finally going to jail over the Panama Papers: a Turkish journalist who reported true facts from them

A Turkish court has sentenced journalist Pelin Ünker to 13 months' imprisonment for her participation in reporting the Panama Papers, a massive leak of documents from the tax-evasion enablers Mossack-Fonseca. Ünker published the true (and undisputed) facts about former Binali Yıldırım and his sons, whose ownership of Maltese companies was revealed in the leaks. Despite the truth of the matter, Ünker was convicted of "defamation and insult." Ünker is a member of the International Consortium...
Tags: Post, Human Rights, News, Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Panama, Julian Borger, Binali Yildirim, Ryle, ICIJ, Late Stage Capitalism, Panama Papers, Gerard Ryle, Guillotine Watch, Pelin Ünker, Journalis


Panama: Panamanian Congress Passes Bill To Protect Personal Data - Jones Day

On October 24, the Panamanian Congress (Asamblea Nacional de Panamá) passed bill No. 665 to safeguard and guarantee citizens' constitutional
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Please don’t repeat these things WikiLeaks says you can’t say about Assange (ars technica)

Enlarge / You absolutely cannot say these 140 things about Julian Assange, according to bastion of the free press WikiLeaks. (credit: Jack Taylor / Stringer, Getty Images) A representative of WikiLeaks has sent a "confidential" memo to news outlets including an updated "defamation list," advising reporters not to mention or publish it. The memo was promptly leaked anonymously online. Here, without further comment or editing, and in its entirety, is the WikiLeaks advisory. CONFIDENTIAL LEGAL C...
Tags: UK, Hollywood, London, News, Sweden, Putin, Australia, Washington Post, Snowden, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Russia, Elizabeth Warren, Dnc, Spain, Catalonia


Trump’s AG Pick Has Repeatedly Argued That Presidents Have Broad Authority

WASHINGTON (AP) — William Barr once advised that a president didn’t need Congress’ permission to attack Iraq, that his administration could arrest a foreign dictator and that the FBI could capture suspects abroad without that country’s consent. It’s an expansive view of presidential power and an unsettling one for Democrats as the Senate holds a confirmation hearing next week for Barr, a onetime attorney general and President Donald Trump’s pick to again serve as America’s top law enforcement ...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, Senate, White House, Iraq, Russia, Defense, America, Reagan, Ap, Fbi, Bill, Donald Trump, George W Bush, Dick Cheney


The top places to visit in 2019 according to Rough Guides

Rough Guides has announced its annual list of must-see destinations. A team of expert writers and editors have recommended a list of 19 places that it would be best to see in 2019. The list comprises 8 top towns and cities, 6 top regions, and 5 top countries. Below is a selection of the Rough […] The post The top places to visit in 2019 according to Rough Guides appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Featured, China, Africa, Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom, Kyrgyzstan, Argentina, South America, Norway, Central America, Panama, Rwanda


New study looks at costs and benefits of paying for ecosystem services

People who live within a particular ecosystem can have great influence on its ecology, particularly if they are motivated by economic forces. Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) programs may lead to improved environmental health by offering landowners economic incentives to use their land in ecologically sound ways. A recent study by Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) scientists and collaborators evaluated the economic feasibility of PES programs within the Panama Canal Watershed (...
Tags: Science, Panama, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute STRI


Everything Steven Soderbergh Watched and Read in 2018, Including His Forthcoming Netflix Projects

It has become a tradition for Steven Soderbergh to release a list of everything that he watched throughout the preceding year, encompassing feature films, television shows, and short films, and he certainly didn’t slow down his viewing habits at all this year, even if he maybe spent too much time watching the Winter Olympics in February last year. Last year’s list from Steven Soderbergh features no less than nine viewings of Ocean’s 8, and since the movie didn’t come out until June 5, 2018, it ...
Tags: Movies, California, White House, Virginia, US, America, Atlanta, Syria, Sea, Munich, Olympics, Ocean, Marseille, Ricky Gervais, Denmark, Silicon Valley


Two dead as coal ship in distress off of Turkey's Black Sea coast

Two people died and another four were missing on Monday after a ship carrying coal sent a distress signal off the northern coast of Turkey, the coast guard and the local governor's office said. The Panama-flagged vessel, which departed from Russia's Azov port, sent out a distress signal around 148 kilometers (92 miles) off the northeastern Black Sea province of Samsun, the coast guard said. Thirteen crew members were on the bulk carrier including nine Ukraine nationals, two Azerbaijan national...
Tags: Science, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Black Sea, Panama, Coast Guard, Samsun, Azov


Turkey: 3 crew rescued after ship sinks off Black Sea coast

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s state-run news agency says authorities have launched a search and rescue mission after a ship sunk off the Black Sea. Anadolu Agency, citing Interior Ministry officials, says the operation was launched Monday after authorities received a distress signal from a Panama-flagged ship off the Turkish coast of Samsun. It said […]
Tags: News, Turkey, Nation, Black Sea, Panama, Ankara Turkey, Interior Ministry, Samsun, Black Sea Anadolu Agency


The Guardian view on privacy: a fundamental human right | Editorial

Hundreds of German politicians have had their personal details leaked online. They are entitled to their privacyThe discovery of a comprehensive hack of private documents from German politicians, artists and journalists might once have been the subject of considerable outrage. Indeed, Angela Merkel’s spokesman described the attack as “very very serious” and it was not just the newspaper that first published the story which got excited. But if this was an attack on democracy, it was a remarkably ...
Tags: Europe, Technology, Privacy, Internet, Germany, Angela Merkel, World news, US news, Cybercrime, Hillary Clinton, Panama, Mossack Fonseca, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez


How to Wear the Snakeskin Print Trend That's Everywhere Right Now

Leopard isn't the only animal print dominating the fashion world this season. We talked about cherry prints being the up-and-coming print in the summer... now that we are in the middle of winter, what is the IT print for the season? The answer: Snakeskin print. The python-inspired print dominated the runways a couple years ago and is coming back in a huge way thanks to the 2000s fashion revival we're seeing! It has been so popular that you can find basically anything in a snakeskin print right ...
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New York City FC's Jonathan Lewis added to January U.S. training camp squad

Gregg Berhalter details what he believes the DNA of the U.S. national team should be after being introduced as the team's next head coach. U.S. Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro says USSF executive Jay Berhalter had no part in hiring his brother, Gregg, as USMNT head coach. New York City FC midfielder Jonathan Lewis has been added to the U.S. squad for its January training camp. The 21-year-old Lewis is one of 13 uncapped players on Gregg Berhalter's first squad with the natio...
Tags: New York City, Football, Atlanta, Sport, Story, United States, Arizona, Mls, LA Galaxy, Espn, Panama, New York City FC, ESPN FC TV, Lewis, Gregg, Atlanta United


England's Southgate awarded OBE, Kane gets MBE in New Year honours list

With the UEFA Nations League semifinals set, Craig Burley believes a resurgent Netherlands side will give England all they can handle. Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's New Year's honours list after helping the Three Lions to the World Cup semifinals, while manager Gareth Southgate has been given an OBE. Golden Boot-winner Kane scored six goals in Russia, including a hat trick in a 6-1 victory over Panama, as the Three Lions reached the final four for...
Tags: England, Russia, Football, Sport, Story, Tottenham Hotspur, Netherlands, Tottenham, Croatia, Gareth Southgate, Three Lions, Harry Kane, Panama, Kane, Craig Burley, Uefa Nations League


6 Cute Winter Hats to Upgrade Any Cold Weather Ensemble

Top your outfit off with a fabulous hat.There are many ways to accessorize an outfit -- but HATS are the best accessory ever for the winter time. Not only do they keep your ears warm and fight against the wind, but they also make a great fashion statement! Plus, they guard against bad hair days and are affordable, so you can switch up your outfit without spending a lot. What more could you ask for?Shake up your routine with these trendy, out-of-the-box winter hats. I found six cute and budget-fr...
Tags: Topshop, Shopping, College, Zara, Hats, Asos, Panama, Beanies, Bucket Hat, Panama Hat, 45The Cabby Newsboy, Urban Outfitters Nubby Woven Panama Hat Product


New Year’s traditions around world

Watching a giant, glittering ball drop from 141 feet into the mayhem of Times Square is pretty cool, but it’s nothing compared to other New Year’s traditions around the world. Having the same “new year, new me” conversation about your resolutions might be fairly universal, but for many countries, New Year’s is more than just getting drunk and looking around frantically for someone to kiss at midnight. From shattering plates in Denmark to onion-hanging in Greece, every country has its own uniq...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Greece, Spain, Barcelona, Thailand, Austria, Philippines, Portugal, Denmark, Edinburgh, Madrid, Panama, New Year's Eve, All, Times Square


Museums in Panama City

Museums in Panama City: Museum of Contemporary Art Panama, Mi Pueblito, mini-villages,
Tags: Travel, Museums, Central America, Panama, Panama City, Museum of Contemporary Art Panama Mi Pueblito


Credit card activity as a predictor of mass shootings

The New York Times has published an investigation into infamous American mass shootings and found that a significant proportion of mass shooters go on credit-card fueled spending sprees prior to their acts of terror, and that these shooters worry (needlessly, as it turns out) that their unusual credit-card spending will be flagged by financial institutions, resulting in their cards being frozen. Even if you don't own one or more guns, the historic, incredible wealth of the NRA tells you som...
Tags: Post, Usa, News, Guns, Banks, Walmart, Surveillance, New York Times, Citibank, Times, Panama, Mass Shootings, Dick, Nra, Sullivan, Sorkin


Surfer's ear reveals important clues to lives of ancient pearl divers in Panama

While examining a skull from an ancient burial ground in a pre-Columbian village in Panama, Nicole Smith-Guzmán, bioarchaeologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), was surprised to discover an example of surfers' ear: a small, bony bump in the ear canal common among surfers, kayakers and free divers in cold climates.
Tags: Health, Panama, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute STRI, Panama Nicole Smith Guzmán


Surfer's ear points to ancient pearl divers in Panama

Surfer's ear, associated with cold weather and water sports, led a bioarchaeologist at the Smithsonian in Panama to suspect that ancient shoreline residents were diving for pearls in an area of cold-water upwelling.
Tags: Smithsonian, Panama


Tired tugboat captains flag accident risk at Panama Canal

No one was injured, but the repairs to the Tampa cost $170,000, said a report by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, a government agency. The risk of such incidents is growing as fatigue plagues tug operators from long shifts, according to a report published this month commissioned by Panama's captains union. The Panama Canal Authority disputes the findings.
Tags: Science, Panama Canal, Panama, Tampa, Panama Canal Authority, U S National Transportation Safety Board


Assessing Berhalter's first U.S. squad for January camp

Steve Nicol shares his thoughts on Gregg Berhalter's January camp squad ahead of the USMNT's friendlies against Panama and Costa Rica.
Tags: Media, Football, Sport, Xbox 360, United States, International Friendly, Latest, Panama, Steve Nicol, Gregg Berhalter, Berhalter


Michael Bradley, Zack Steffen included in Gregg Berhalter's first U.S. squad

Steve Nicol shares his thoughts on Gregg Berhalter's January camp squad ahead of the USMNT's friendlies against Panama and Costa Rica. Gregg Berhalter details what he believes the DNA of the U.S. national team should be after being introduced as the team's next head coach. With Gregg Berhalter's long-anticipated appointment as U.S. coach confirmed, the FC crew examine the challenges facing the former Columbus boss. U.S. Soccer President Carlos Corde...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, United States, Major League Soccer, Columbus, Panama, Michael Bradley, Steve Nicol, Gregg, Gregg Berhalter, USSF, Jay Berhalter, Zack Steffen, Carlos Cordeiro, Corey Baird


Scientists want to name a blind sea creature after Donald Trump

Donald Trump has worked hard during his time in the White House to ignore the clean, dry facts of science.  But science now has a small amount of revenge in the form of an underwater creature named for Trump and his pattern of climate change denial.  SEE ALSO: Moth named after Donald Trump for uncanny resemblance The creature, a four-to-five-inch-long caecilian discovered in Panama, is described as a blind, worm-like amphibian that buries its head in the sand. The little worm species is now nam...
Tags: Science, White House, United States, Poland, Epa, Donald Trump, Panama, Bell, Trump, Donald J Trump, Moth, David Steen, Aidan Bell, Abel Batista Rainforest Trust