Thursday 25th May 2017. Samsung Galaxy S8 and musician Alejandro Hilton.

May 25, 2017

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The new flagship phone for Samsung the Galaxy S8 and S8 Pro are on the market and to tell us all about it is Omar Diaz the Commercial Director of the region. Indeed a thing of beauty, packed with the latest tech.

Yazmin, Omar Diaz, Gerry and Monica Caicedo.

In the last hour we have musician Alejandro Hilton. Alejandro recently did an extensive trip around Central and South America, in what to me seems similar to the traveling minstrels of the old days. They would travel around the country making their money singing and when they had enough move on to the next place. Alejandro has made a book about his experiences and has a new album out. Find out more…

Alejandro Hilton & Gerry

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The National Police reported that the Interpol “red alert” for the location and detention of the former president of the Republic Ricardo Martinelli, in the case of illegal interception of communications from the National Security Council during his government (2009-2014), is in force in 180 countries.

Divulging false news that threatens the national economy will be punished with up to four years in prison, as established in the Penal Code.

Currently in Panama there are 23,855 children and adolescents working in the street, according to the latest report of the Comptroller General of the Republic.

The President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, sanctioned the law granting a paternity leave to workers of private companies and public servants whose wife or companion has a child.

A large traffic jam was reported yesterday morning on Via Transístmica at the height of Milla 8.

Yesterday, the OOCL France container vessel became the largest vessel and with the most capacity to transit the new Canal locks since its inauguration on June 26 last year.

Next year, three new wind energy projects will be added to the National Interconnected System (SIN), which will provide approximately 170 MW, which projects Panama as one of the most productive countries in the region in this respect.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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