Panamanian authorities reported today Friday, August 10,, about the seizure of 78 packages of alleged illicit substances in a boat in Río Hato, Antón, province of Coclé .
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Panama will work with Colombian president, Iván Duque , to seek a "prompt solution" to the commercial and fiscal conflicts between both nations.
A pilot project for Panama city started Monday August 6th.
Panama had since 2009 to implement Law 33, where rice packaged in Panama must be fortified to reduce the cases of spina bifida in newborns.
At least 10 people running for election in Panama next year are facing criminal proceedings in the country’s courts including th ex-president Ricardo Martinelli topping the list.
Breastfeeding is the best food a mother can give her child. It improves their health, favors the optimal development of the brain and even protects it from respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases.
Panama has created a specialized National Police unit to deal with cases of gender and the protection of women.
As of October, the Mass Transportation Company (Mi Bus) will enable exclusive lanes for the Metro Bus circulating the North and South corridors.
Director of the AAUD endorses proposal for the Municipality of Panama to collect garbage
Participants of f the Technological University of Panama (UTP) protested yesterday for the death of Rosaida Lorenzo.
Changes in the hours of usage of the roads improved traffic to Panama
The Ministry of Public Works (MOP) yesterday awarded the Panama Fourth Bridge Consortium the tender to design and build the fourth bridge over the Canal for $1,420 million.
Blas Pérez and Felipe Baloy reject the position offered by Varela
Producers demand the suspension of imports that protects Panamanian farmers
Drivers kept their lights on to protest the two to four hours they spend in traffic
Panama is home to three of the six sloth species that exist in Central and South America and is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world.
7 tips to help you extend the life of your car battery.
At least 20 children and young people from Panama and Colon will be operated at the Children’s Hospital, as part of the project called "Operation Safe Passage",
Manuel Manny Ycaza, member of the Hall of Fame and winner of the 1964 Belmont Stakes, who paved the way for Latin American riders in the United States, died at 80 years old.
On Monday, the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, delivered the first 400 apartments of the Ciudad Esperanza residential complex, in the district of Arraiján.
Deputy director Juan Francisco Guerrero spent some $19,000 on data and roaming on a cell phone assigned to INAC