Strong Earthquake Rattles Panama and Costa Rica; Not Expected to Generate Tsunami

Strong Earthquake Rattles Panama and Costa Rica; Not Expected to Generate Tsunami

A strong earthquake rattled Panama and Costa Rica on Wednesday. No Tsunami warning was issued by the authorities.
A general view shows passengers at the counters of Copa Airlines at Tocumen International Airport after the Panamanian government restricted flights in recent days due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Panama City, Panama

Panama’s Copa Airlines Warns It May Not Have Enough Money to Survive the Pandemic

Panama's Copa Airlines said yesterday, it may not have sufficient liquidity to survive the COVID-19 crisis in spite of cutting costs.
Religious Cult in Panama Kills Pregnant Woman and Six Children in Grim Ritual

Religious Cult in Panama Kills Pregnant Woman and 6 Children in Grim Ritual

Seven bodies, including a pregnant woman and six children, were found tortured, slaughtered and buried as part of a grim ritual in Panama.
Manuel Noriega

Manuel Noriega, former dictator of Panama dies at 83

Noriega was for some time an ally of the United states, but his ties to drug trafficking led to his removal in 1989.
Salsipuedes

Oscar 2017 Predictions: Panama Submits 'Salsipuedes' to represent the Country

“Salsipuedes” will represent Panama at the Oscars.
Pres. Candidate Pena Nieto Campaigns In Monterrey Ahead Of Election

A Hacker Helped Rig Elections in Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Argentina, and More By Spying and Manipulating Social Media to Steer Public Opinion

For nearly ten years, a 20-something Colombian hacker secretly shaped the outcomes of major elections across Latin America.
German Electricity Grid Insufficient For New Energy Needs

Bolivia Greenlights $2.65 Billion Budget to Increase Country's Energy Reserves

Bolivia has allocated $2.56 billion to boost its electricity reserves, increase transmission lines and start exporting power to Argentina. The Central Bank of Bolivia provided the funds from international reserves.
German Court Bans Uber Service Nationwide

Uber Sets Eyes on Argentina But May Receive a Chilly Welcome - Here's Why

Uber is broadening its operations by setting its sights on Argentina. The announcement, however, wasn't welcomed warmly.
World Cup Fans Gather To Watch Matches In Rio

Why Costa Rica Might Be the Best Place for Retirement

Costa Rica has lots to offer people who are looking for a good retirement destination. The Central American country is a healthy and comfortable place for retirees.
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-2015 - Leg 1 - Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

Best 3 Spectacular Island Getaways in Latin America

When it comes to paradise, the vision that always comes to mind is a deserted beach framed by clear turquoise waters, powdery white sands and lush palm trees. It's the picture perfect setting that always feels a little bit out of reach, but the idyllic island of every traveler's dream is probably just waiting in Latin America.

Panama to Establish Truth Commission on 1989 US Invasion

The United Nations and the Panamanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted a workshop on Tuesday for civil society representatives to discuss the development of a truth commission on the 1989 U.S. invasion of Panama.
Andrés Guardado, Jonathan dos Santos and Oribe Peralta

Mexico vs Trinidad and Tobago: International Soccer Friendly Schedule, Stream, Predictions & Preview

Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago will play each other in an international soccer friendly. Latin Post breaks down the game, provides a preview and predicts who will win.
Uruguay Defender Maxi Pereira

Uruguay vs Panama: International Soccer Friendly 2015 Schedule, Stream, Predictions & Preview

Uruguay and Panama will play each other in an international soccer friendly. Latin Post breaks down the game for you and predicts who will win.
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecing on Existence

Oscars 2016 Predictions: Panama Submits 'Box 25' and Sweden Submits 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence'

Panama has become the second Latin American country to submit a film to the Academy Awards.
Jamaica Forward Giles Barnes

Mexico vs Jamaica: 5 Things You Should Know About 2015 Gold Cup Final

Mexico and Jamaica will collide in the 2015 Gold Cup finals. Think you know everything about these two squads? Think again. Here are five things you should know about this Gold Cup final.
Panama Defender Román Torres

Panama Robbed Against Mexico in Gold Cup Semifinal: Video, Twitter Reaction

Mexico has advanced to the Gold Cup finals. Unfortunately for CONCACAF, regulation ended with a controversial penalty kick.
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