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Former hotel partner in Panama City accuses Trump Organization of tax evasion

Panamanian law imposes a tax on commissions paid to foreign businesses, but the Trumps’ management fees may have qualified for an exemption.

Panama's next president loves Texas football, seeks better US relations

Poverty was a dominant issue of the election campaign, and Cortizo says he will improve water supply and healthcare in Central America's fastest-growing economy.

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Year in review: The five places that stole our heart in 2018

While there were many individual moments that I’ll cherish from my travels in 2018—such as the benevolent spa therapist at Faena Miami Beach who practically raised me from the dead after a brutal conference—these are the destinations that made the most lasting impressions.

Here is the list of world's most punctual airlines and airports

Despite the poor rankings of its airlines, five US airports were among the top 10, with Atlanta ranking second. Los Angeles jumped to fifth place in the 2018 survey from 11th.

Ex-Panama president's sons detained in Miami on corruption charges

Panama's Attorney General Kenia Porcell told local television that Martinelli's sons, Luis Enrique Martinelli and Ricardo Martinelli, had been arrested, but said he was awaiting further details.

Ex-Panama President Ricardo Martinelli hospitalised before hearing

Martinelli was president from 2009 to 2014 and is facing charges of illegally intercepting communications and embezzlement among others. He denies any wrongdoing.

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Panama considers building train to Costa Rica with China's help

. China has become more involved in Latin America as the United States, under President Donald Trump, has taken a more protectionist stance on trade.

Panama bans Venezuelan airlines for 90 days

The office of President Juan Carlos Varela said the cargo and passenger flights would be banned for 90 days starting April 25. The measure affects 10 Venezuelan companies.

Panama: Ex-president's sons got $50M in 'undue payments'

Odebrecht has acknowledged paying nearly $800 million dollars in bribes in a dozen Latin American nations in return for favors and works contracts.

Panama opens its embassy in Beijing after break with Taiwan

Panama established diplomatic ties with China in June and broke with Taiwan in a major victory for Beijing, as it lures away the dwindling number of countries that have formal relations with the self-ruled island that China regards as a wayward province.

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Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

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Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

Two travel agents held in Jalandhar for illegally sending people to US

Jalandhar, Jan 19 (ANI): After a tragic boat accident near Panama claimed nearly 22 lives, Punjab Police arrested two travel agents for illegally sending people to the United State. Inspector General of Police, Arpit Shukla, said the investigation was underway and more arrests. Police has arrested two travel agents, who were involved in sending people illegally to the US. Families claimed the victims had paid nearly two million rupees to travel agents for immigration to the US. Dubious travel agents often lure innocent youths in small or district towns with a false promise of plump jobs abroad, sometimes even landing them in jail.

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