Wednesday 19th October 2016. Movie review & the Canada Report.
October 19, 2016
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Plenty on this Wednesday morning program, our relatively new slot the movie review with Andres Clemente in the second hour this morning. We take a look at the new movie based on Dan Brown novel “Inferno” with Tom Hanks continuing with the lead role.
Wednesday means the Canada Report, find out the latest happenings from the Great White North with Michael.
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Manuel Antonio Noriega will be moved to Santo Thomas Hospital to receive medical care.
The Attorney General will investigate all the board members of Caja de Ahorros (CA) who were in office when the bank approved a loan for the Amador convention center.
Judge Luis Ramon Fábrega from the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) suspended the decision by the University of Panama (UP) to establish bonuses for the academic staff
A new investigation has been opened into former Brazilian President Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, as well as the former president of Constructora Norberto Odebrecht, Marcelo Odebrecht.
The Budget Committee of the National Assembly approved a $9.6 million transfer to the Ministry of Education (Meduca).
The Inter-American Press Society (SIP) has condemned the attitude of the heads of government toward journalists in several countries, including Panama.
Yesterday, the Tourism Authority of Panama (ATP) and the German airline Lufthansa finalized an agreement to promote tourism.
The Panamanian population is changing its gaming habits. As it is clear from the latest economic report from the Institute of Statistics and Census from the General Comptroller the Office of the Comptroller.
A group of scientists at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI acronym) and the Ministry of Environment (MiAmbiente) developed an educational poster with the aim of promoting the conservation and research of birds of the highlands and isolated north from Veraguas.