Dermatologists are offering free detection services in various shopping centers this month.
National Panamanian News
The body of an United States Army veteran was found in his home in Santa Lucia Boquete, province of Chiriqui on May 1st. The Public Ministry of Panama has opened a homicide investigation report.
As of May 2nd, Panama will apply prison sentences to animal abusers.
Panama’s National Immigration Service will cancel 500 Immigration Visas after detecting foreigners used fraudulent documents to obtain the regularization of their status.
Copa was forced to suspend operations on April 6 due to a diplomatic crisis between Venezuela and Panama, which was settled on Thursday. Flights will resume May 1st.
A fire broke out a little after 7:45 pm, April 28, at one of the stores located on Rodolfo Chiari Avenue in Aguadulce, Coclé province.
North and South Korea pledge to end the war after 65 years.
The Assembly gives green light to the National Hemocenter and the board that will direct it
Hurricane Fighter Plane in Panama for special exhibition
Wednesday, April 25, Nicaragua promised talks to seek solutions to the country’s recent chaos. The proposed dialogue includes a new proposal to rescue Nicaragua’s pension system.
Protesters in Cocle and Colon closed the Interamerican highway early morning Wednesday, April 25th, 2018. The group of protestors was primarily farmers demanding land titles.
A woman named Milagros Lay Navarro has been accused of pretending to have cancer in an effort to collect money for her treatment.
April 20th, 2018, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that "the peoples of Panama and Venezuela would applaud that we give in, understand each other and facilitate economic, commercial life."
A new president and for the first time in six decades, his last name is not Castro!
Many to march today in protest in Colon.
A Woman will serve a 5-year prison sentence after physically abusing her partner.
ATTT says that there are over 200,000 vehicles circulating without valid car insurance which has been mandatory since 2006.
Panama will study the feasibility of building a passenger train to Costa Rica with the help of China.
After a tugboat captains strike on the expanded locks of the Panama Canal April 12th operations on the Panama Canal have returned to normal as of April 14.
The Eight Summit of the Americas brought heads of states and government representatives together for two days in Lima, Perú came to an end last Saturday.
In less than 4 months, Acodeco has issued 2,231 fines amounting to over $753K.