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    National Panamanian News

    Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

    Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

    Anthony Bourdain, gifted chef, storyteller and writer who took TV viewers around the world to explore culture, cuisine and the human condition for nearly two decades, has died at 61. Bourdain’s death is said ito be a ...

    Confrontation between police and squatters

    Confrontation between police and squatters

    Prognosis is being ’reserved’ on a National Police agent who was wounded in the head during the evictions operation of squatters in Burunga, district of Arraiján, in Western Panama.

    Stop Bullying in Schools

    Stop Bullying in Schools

    The Ministry of Education will implement its first school protocol for action in situations of bullying.

    Lowering Child Labour

    Lowering Child Labour

    The International Labor Organization (ILO) recognizes the efforts made by Panama during the last decade to reduce child labor, it claims that there are still challenges to be overcome.

    Spam recalled

    Spam recalled

    As per Aupsa, Hormel withdrew its products from the shelves due to ’strange matter’.

    Death toll rises in Nicaragua

    Death toll rises in Nicaragua

    Saturday, June 2nd violence escalated in Managua and Masaya, Nicaragua, leaving at least another 8 people dead including one minor.

    HIV affecting more women

    HIV affecting more women

    Panama has seen a rise in HIV infections in women. HIV infections have increased by 9% since 2019 and deaths related to AIDS by 20%.

    Independent Candidate gets naked

    Independent Candidate gets naked

    the Independent candidate Manuel Alfredo Quintero Belda was sanctioned to 30 days for undressing in a public place such as the Electoral Tribunal.

    ASEP backs off with the "sun tax"

    ASEP backs off with the

    The National Authority of Public Services (ASEP) said on Tuesday, May 29, that it will exclude from the discussion of the adjustments to the Tariff Regime regarding charges to customers who self cons

    Suspects in robbery captured

    Suspects in robbery captured

    Tuesday, May 29th, 2 men and one woman believed to be responsible for a robbery and assault were apprehended after overturning a vehicle into a stream in the province of Los Santos.

    5 tourists rescued from top of Barú volcano

    5 tourists rescued from top of  Barú volcano

    The general director of the National System of Civil Protection (Sinaproc), José Donderis , reported that thit was possible to locate the five tourists who were with hypothermia and problems to ...

    Elecnor will build a wind farm in Penonomé

    Elecnor will build a wind farm in Penonomé

    The Spanish company will build a wind turbine plant that will transform the wind energy into usable electrical energy, with an investment of $150 million and under the EPC (turnkey) contract .

    Ex Governor of Cocle Faces Trial

    Ex Governor of Cocle Faces Trial

    Richard Fifer, the ex-governor of Coclé, will face trial for alleged embezzlement and corruption of public servants when he held office between 1999 and 2002.