The Latest World and Regional News in Panama

The Latest World and Regional News in Panama​. Read the latest Panama news, written by regional journalism, watch editorials and International headlines on major online newspapers of Panama.

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The Latest World and Regional News in Panama - La Estrella de Panamá
La Estrella de Panamá is the oldest daily newspaper in Panamá and the second oldest in South America. The newspaper originally began in 1853 as a Spanish language translation insert of an English daily, The Panama Star, which had been formed in 1849.
The Latest World and Regional News in Panama - La Prensa
La Prensa is one of Panama’s leading newspapers. It is an independent daily newspaper in broadsheet format. The paper is overseen by a nine-member board of directors who have been selected from among the company’s shareholders.
The Latest World and Regional News in Panama - Mi Diario
Mi Diario is a Panamanian newspaper published in Panama City by Corporación La Prensa and distributed nationwide. Corporación La Prensa, with over 26 years of experience, introduced in 2003 a new editorial product: a popular newspaper. On April 7, 2003, Panamanians got their hands on the first edition of Mi Diario, La Voz de Panamá.
The Latest World and Regional News in Panama - Critica
The Latest World and Regional News in Panama. Newspaper of national circulation with News and News of Panama and the World. Politics, Economy, Sports, Events and Opinion.
The Latest World and Regional News in Panama - El Siglo
El Siglo is a Spanish language daily newspaper published in Panama. It was founded on 9 January 1985 and as of 2010 had the largest circulation of any Panamanian newspaper.
In 1990, after the fall of military ruler Manuel Noriega in the United States invasion of Panama, the paper offered a prize for the best essays that “explain and detail the criminal acts of the deposed tyrant (Noriega) and his followers.”
On December 10, 1998, Siglo reporter Carlos Singares was sentenced to 20 months’ imprisonment for defamation for a 1993 article he had written about former president Ernesto Pérez Balladares, accusing him of helping to move money out of Panama for former military ruler Omar Torrijos.
In May 2000, Attorney General José Antonio Sossa attempted to jail Singares for alleging that he had pressured journalists, but reversed himself after criticism by President Mireya Moscoso; the following month, Sossa did jail Singares for eight days without trial for reporting in an article that Sossa had visited underage prostitutes

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