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'China-Panama relations have turned over a new leaf,' Chinese leader Xi Jinping said during talks with Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela

Xi Jinping Courts Panama: The Chinese Helped Build the Canal

Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping’s tour of the Spanish-speaking world continued on Friday with his arrival in Argentina but, in preparation for his next stop, Xi penned an editorial published in Panama arguing that China and Panama had over 160 years of shared history.

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Hezbollah-Tied Men Busted for Plot to Attack in New York, Panama

Two men from Michigan and New York City were tasked by a terrorist organization with looking for potential terrorism targets in New York and Panama, U.S. authorities said Thursday as they announced the suspects’ recent arrests.

In this handout provided by the Government Press Office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyah delivers his statement regrading the agreement with Iran, on July 14, 2015 in Jerusalem, Israel.

Netanyahu: Corruption Allegations Are ‘Lies And Hot Air’

TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday rejected accusations of criminal activity as “hot air” and “lies,” saying he has full confidence that Israel’s attorney general would find no wrongdoing on his part.

A Cuban migrant man receives his passport with the visa granted by the immigration office at the border post with Panama in Paso Canoas, Costa Rica November 14, 2015. REUTERS/JUAN CARLOS ULATE left1 of 3right left2 of 3right left3 of 3right left1 of 3right

700 Cubans Go on Hunger Strike in Panama to Get to U.S.

Thousands of Cuban nationals who managed to escape the island and reach Central America are now stranded in Costa Rica and Panama, blocked by the leftist government in Nicaragua from moving north towards America but unable to stay where they are.

Police stand guard outside the Mossack Fonseca law firm offices in Panama City during a raid on April 12, 2016

Attorney General of Panama Orders Raid on ‘Panama Papers’ Law Firm

The now-infamous “Panama Papers” law firm Mossack Fonseca was raided by Panama itself. According to Reuters, the raid went down on Tuesday, with the national police force stating that it sought documentation that “would establish the possible use of the firm for illicit activities.”

Panama, Panama City : PANAMA CITY, PANAMA - APRIL 07: The sign in front of the building that houses the law firm Mossack Fonseca & Co is seen on April 7, 2016 in Panama City, Panama. The law firm, which specializes in setting up offshore companies, is at the center …

Peru, El Salvador Raid Offices of ‘Panama Papers’ Law Firm

The “Panama Papers,” a trove of documents taken from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, have triggered raids by the government of El Salvador against the local Mossack Fonseca office, while Peruvian authorities raided the home of an executive of the firm.

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Terror Task Force Chair: South America’s Drug Cartels Are Looking to Work with Terrorists

Returning from a week-long research trip to South America, Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-NC) tells Breitbart News that intelligence officials in multiple countries have reason to believe that drug trafficking organizations are looking to work with terrorists groups like Hezbollah, but lack the technology to catch illegal money transfers as they happen.

Partner of the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, Ramon Fonseca speaks during an interview at his office in Panama City, Thursday, April 7, 2016. Fonseca, a co-founder of Mossack Fonseca, one of the world's largest creators of shell companies, said that documents investigated by the ICIJ were authentic and had …

Founder of Panama Papers Firm: ‘We Prefer Not to Have American Clients’

The co-founder of Mossack Fonseca, the Panamanian law firm at the center of the “Panama Papers” data leak, has a simple explanation for why few Americans have been among the clients exposed by the scandal: the firm preferred to seek customers in other parts of the world.

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DELINGPOLE: Only Embittered Lefties Give A Damn About Panama

I’ve been trying, I really have, to give a damn about the fact that Paul Burrell, former butler to the late Diana, Princess of Wales, may have some shares in an offshore trust based in the British Virgin Islands called

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China Shuts Down Online Discussion of ‘Panama Papers’

China is dealing with the “Panama Papers” scandal in a predictable fashion: by censoring online discussion of the revelations that top Chinese officials have been salting away huge fortunes through overseas shell companies.