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Kane fires England to World Cup knockout stage
Harry Kane struck a hat-trick as England thrashed Panama 6-1 on Sunday to ease into the World Cup last 16 alongside group rivals Belgium.
England thrash Panama to move into last 16 with Belgium
England recorded their biggest ever World Cup finals win by thrashing an ill-disciplined Panama 6-1 on Sunday to breeze through to the knockout stage after two games.
Panama World Cup team hotel raided during Oslo match
At around the time that World Cup minnows Panama were playing Norway this week, thieves were busy rifling their Oslo hotel rooms, police told AFP on Thursday.
Ex-Panama president to stop fighting extradition from US
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli, currently in a US prison and wanted in his own country on corruption and espionage charges, announced Thursday he would end his fight against extradition.
Panama firm pleads guilty in FIFA corruption scandal
A Panamanian company importing and exporting football outfits pleaded guilty on Wednesday in New York to bribing the former president of Costa Rica's football federation in another case in the expanding FIFA corruption scandal.
Mexico beat Panama to qualify for 2018 World Cup
2 Sep 2017
Mexico defeated Panama 1-0 here Friday to seal their qualification for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia from the CONCACAF region.
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega dead at 83
30 May 2017
Panama's former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega died in Panama City late Monday, physically diminished after decades of imprisonment for crimes committed during his 1983-1989 rule.
Panama suspends Panama Papers probe
25 Jan 2017
Panama is suspending its probe into the Panama Papers, the leak of a legal firm's files on clients who stored assets in opaque offshore companies, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Panama looks to talks with France to get off tax haven list
4 Jan 2017
Panama said Tuesday it will hold talks with France in the coming days, after Paris confirmed the Central American country was back on its blacklist of tax havens because of the Panama Papers leak.
Panama seeks to punish countries that blacklist it as 'tax haven'
3 Aug 2016
The government of Panama on Tuesday announced a bill that would take a range of steps against countries that put it on their blacklists of "tax havens" in the wake of the Panama Papers revelations.
Panama Papers: Cyber security wake-up call
18 May 2016
It was a monumental data breach: The Panama Papers’ revelation of the unethical activities of the rich and powerful.
Panama Papers source cites ‘income inequality’ behind leak
9 May 2016
The anonymous source behind the leak of the Panama Papers says “income inequality is one of the defining issues of our time,” and that governments need to do more to address the issue.