Strong earthquake strikes south of Panamaupdated June 3, 2012
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck off the southern coast of Panama on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

Panama teen was adrift at sea for 26 days; mother calls return 'a miracle'updated March 30, 2012

It was a Friday evening in February when Adrian Vasquez, an 18-year-old from the town of Rio Hato, Panama, accepted an invitation from two friends to accompany them on what was proposed as an overnight fishing expedition.

Hop to it for leap year travel dealsupdated February 24, 2012

An extra day once every four years doesn't really give travelers much more time to play, but it's an excuse for the hospitality industry to create special Leap Year travel offers. (Each year is actually 365 days plus about 6 hours. An additional day is added to the calendar every four years to keep the calendar in sync with the seasonal year.)

Panama's ex-ruler Noriega taken to hospitalupdated February 5, 2012

Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who is serving time in prison for crimes committed during his rule, was taken to a hospital, Panamanian police said Sunday.

Panama's ex-ruler Noriega returns home after 22 yearsupdated December 12, 2011

Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega arrived Sunday evening in his home country, nearly 22 years after U.S. forces forcibly removed him from office.

Manuel Noriega returns to Panamaupdated December 12, 2011

Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega returns to his country after 22 years. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.

Prison security stepped up on eve of Noriega return to Panamaupdated December 10, 2011

His fate uncertain, Manuel Noriega is being returned Sunday to Panama, nearly 22 years after the former dictator was forcibly removed from office by U.S. forces.

Panama prepares for Noriega's arrivalupdated December 9, 2011

Panamanian officials are preparing for the return of former dictator Manuel Noriega, who is scheduled to be extradited from France this weekend, Panama's foreign minister told CNN en Español.

Lions that were caged at Panama fairgrounds have new homeupdated September 29, 2011

After 14 years of undernourishment and overcrowding, Elena, Kaitlyn and Alyssa heard the roar of other rescued African lions Wednesday at their spacious new home in Colorado.
2350 Steve Davis: U.S. player ratings against Panamaupdated June 22, 2011

HOUSTON -- U.S. player ratings in its 1-0 win over Panama (scale of 1-10). Avi Creditor: U.S. vs. Panama play-by-play analysisupdated June 22, 2011

The U.S. is one game away from reaching Saturday's Gold Cup final, but first Bob Bradley's men must overcome a Panama team that beat them in the group stage. Grant Wahl: Five storylines to follow entering U.S.-Panama semifinal clashupdated June 22, 2011

HOUSTON -- Five things on my mind as we get ready for the Gold Cup semifinals on Wednesday between the U.S. and Panama (7 p.m. ET, Fox Soccer, Univisión) and Mexico and Honduras (10 p.m. ET, same channels): Steve Davis: CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals previewupdated June 22, 2011

HOUSTON -- Things are lining up brilliantly for a U.S. soccer team still looking to put things right after some unappealing results. In the Twitter universe, you'd hashtag this one #WeekOfRedemption. Avi Creditor: U.S. vs. Panama play-by-play analysisupdated June 14, 2011

The U.S. takes on Panama at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. in the second game of its Gold Cup campaign. A win will ensure the U.S. qualifies for the second round. Steve Davis: U.S. vs. Guadeloupe previewupdated June 13, 2011

When it comes to advancing out of the first round, into elimination play, the CONCACAF Gold Cup format is almost comically forgiving. Teams play three first round matches, an exercise that serves to eliminate only 4 of 12 nations before quarterfinal play.


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