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Panama Announces 60K Haitian Migrants Moving to U.S.

Panama’s foreign minister warns that as many as 60,000 Haitian migrants are likely headed to the U.S. after passing through her country. The new wave of Haitians follows the release by the Biden Administration of thousands from the Del Rio brdige camp crisis earlier this month.

Haitian migrants cross the jungle of the Darien Gap, near Acandi, Choco department, Colombia, heading to Panama, on September 26, 2021, on their way trying to reach the US. - From Acandi, they started on foot -- and armed with machetes, lanterns and tents -- the dangerous trek of at …

Biden’s Migrants Raped in Panama Jungle

Bandits have raped at least 180 migrants since May, including children, as they walked through the deadly and lawless jungle separating Panama and Colombia on their way to President Joe Biden’s open border, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Members of Panama's National Borders Service check the list of migrants who leave the Temporary Station of Humanitarian Assistance (ETAH) towards Costa Rica, in La Penita village, Darien province, Panama, on May 23, 2019. - Migrants mainly from Haiti, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Cameroon, Bangladesh and Angola cross …

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.

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

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.

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.