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  • Hattrick Kane leads England into last 16

    England and Belgium qualify for the World Cup knockout phase after Gareth Southgate's side sweep Panama aside 6-1 on Sunday.

  • Panama booter shot dead

    Panamanian football player Amilcar Henriquez, a veteran member of the national team, was shot dead Saturday, authorities said.

  • Panama midfielder shot dead

    Panama international Amilcar Henriquez has been shot and killed in the country's Colon province, police officials say.

  • Sanchez double leads Chile into quarters

    Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas both score twice as Chile advance to the quarter-finals of the Copa America Centenario on Tuesday with a 4-2 victory over Panama.

  • JS body seeks lists of firms, banks named in Panama Papers

    The parliamentary standing committee on finance asks the central bank to submit a list of organisations and companies, whose names have been published in the Panama Papers.

  • EU threatens to put sanctions on Panama, other tax havens

    A European Union official threatens to sanction Panama and other nations if they don't cooperate fully to fight money laundering and tax evasion, after a leak of data showed the small country remains a key destination for people who want to hide money.

  • Putin rejects Panama Papers allegations

    President Putin denies "any element of corruption" over the Panama Papers leaks, saying his opponents are trying to destabilise Russia.

  • Panama vows change after offshore leaks

    Panama is creating an international panel to help improve transparency in its offshore financial industry. The move follows the leak of millions of documents from law firm Mossack Fonseca, showing it helped some clients evade tax and avoid sanctions.

  • Panama reports Zika baby brain case

    Panama registers a baby born with a brain disorder believed linked to the Zika virus, in what is thought to be the first such case outside Brazil in the current outbreak.

  • Rare, elusive bush dogs photographed in Panama

    Rare and elusive bush dogs from Central and South America are photographed in a camera trap study.

  • Genetically modified moth offers pest control hope

    Scientists in Britain say they have developed a way of genetically modifying and controlling an invasive species of moth that causes serious pest damage to cabbages, kale, canola and other similar crops worldwide.

  • US Cuba talks

    US and Cuba hold historic meeting

    The highest level meeting between US and Cuba takes place in Panama for the first time in more than half a century.

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