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PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHV 
June 21, 2020 
An employee works to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989... 
Panama City, Panama 
An employee works to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989... 
An employee works to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHR 
June 21, 2020 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Panama City, Panama 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHP 
June 21, 2020 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Panama City, Panama 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHO 
June 21, 2020 
Plaques bearing the names of some victims of the 1989 U.S. invasion of Panama by the U.S. military, to... 
Panama City, Panama 
Plaques bearing the names of some victims of the 1989 U.S. invasion of Panama by the U.S. military, to... 
Plaques bearing the names of some victims of the 1989 U.S. invasion of Panama by the U.S. military, to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, are seen as employees work to exhume the bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHN 
June 21, 2020 
Police officers keep watch as employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officers keep watch as employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search... 
Police officers keep watch as employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHM 
June 21, 2020 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Panama City, Panama 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHL 
June 21, 2020 
An employee works to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989... 
Panama City, Panama 
An employee works to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989... 
An employee works to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHH 
June 21, 2020 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Panama City, Panama 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-USA/
RTS3EXHC 
June 21, 2020 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion... 
Panama City, Panama 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 the... 
Employees work to exhume bodies at a private cemetery as part of a search for victims of the 1989 invasion by the U.S. military action to topple strongman Manuel Noriega, in Panama City, Panama June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38AQG 
May 31, 2017 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38APX 
May 31, 2017 
Ruben Murgas, friend of Manuel Noriega, speaks with journalists as he leaves from Cremation Service House... 
Panama City, Panama 
Ruben Murgas, friend of Manuel Noriega, speaks with journalists as he leaves from Cremation Service House... 
Ruben Murgas, friend of Manuel Noriega, speaks with journalists as he leaves from Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38APW 
May 31, 2017 
A car leaves from Cremation Service House as journalists report after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Panama City, Panama 
A car leaves from Cremation Service House as journalists report after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
A car leaves from Cremation Service House as journalists report after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38APV 
May 31, 2017 
Ruben Murgas (C), friend of Manuel Noriega, leave from Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former... 
Panama City, Panama 
Ruben Murgas, friend of Manuel Noriega, leave from Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian... 
Ruben Murgas (C), friend of Manuel Noriega, leave from Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38AO0 
May 31, 2017 
Journalists report from outside Cremation Service House as police officers guard after 83-year-old former... 
Panama City, Panama 
Journalists report from outside Cremation Service House as police officers guard after 83-year-old former... 
Journalists report from outside Cremation Service House as police officers guard after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38ANY 
May 31, 2017 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTX38ANX 
May 31, 2017 
Journalists report from outside Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Panama City, Panama 
Journalists report from outside Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Journalists report from outside Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA
RTX38ANU 
May 31, 2017 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator... 
Police officers guard the entrance to Cremation Service House after 83-year-old former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega died, in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Lemos 
PANAMA-NORIEGA-MUERTE/ C
RTX388SA 
May 30, 2017 
Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, que murió el lunes a los 83 años. 5 cm... 
Panama 
PANAMA NORIEGA MUERTE Eps C 
Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, que murió el lunes a los 83 años. 5 cm de ancho. (SGN01) 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/ C
RTS11Z6D 
March 08, 2017 
Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, de 83 años, quien permanece en estado... 
France 
PANAMA NORIEGA Eps C 
Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, de 83 años, quien permanece en estado crítico. 5 cm de ancho. (SGN03) 
PANAMA-NORIEGA/
RTR4YY3N 
June 25, 2015 
A man reads a local newspaper with a picture of Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega on the front... 
Panama City, Panama 
A man reads a local newspaper with a picture of Panama's former dictator Noriega on the front page as... 
A man reads a local newspaper with a picture of Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega on the front page as he sits in front of a graffiti depicting the U.S. military invasion of Panama in 1989 at El Chorrillo neighbourhood in Panama City June 25, 2015. Noriega on Wednesday asked Panama to forgive the military leaders that ruled the Central American country for two decades before their eventual overthrow after a U.S. military invasion in 1989. "I am asking for forgiveness from all the people who were offended, affected, hurt or humiliated by my actions or those of my superiors in compliance with orders, or those of my subordinates," he said in a prepared statement to a local television station. The words on the graffiti read: "Neither forget nor forgive". REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
PANAMA-POLITICS/
RTR4YTZN 
June 25, 2015 
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen on a television screen in Panama City June 24, 2015.... 
Panama City, Panama 
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen on a television screen in Panama City
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen on a television screen in Panama City June 24, 2015. Noriega apologises to the country after 25 years in jail during an exclusive interview with a local news channel. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
PANAMA-SUMMIT/
RTR4WV58 
April 10, 2015 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro next to his wife Cilia Flores forms a heart shape with his hands... 
Panama City, Panama 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro next to his wife Cilia Flores forms a heart shape with his hands... 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro next to his wife Cilia Flores forms a heart shape with his hands during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo, which was bombed during the 1989-U.S. invasion, in Panama City April 10, 2015. The U.S. invaded Panama with the objective of installing a new government and deposing dictator General Manuel Antonio Noriega. Maduro will be attending the VII Summit of the Americas. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

PANAMA-SUMMIT/
RTR4WV57 
April 10, 2015 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro greets residents during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood... 
Panama City, Panama 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro greets residents during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood... 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro greets residents during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo, which was bombed during the 1989-U.S. invasion, in Panama City April 10, 2015. The U.S. invaded Panama with the objective of installing a new government and deposing dictator General Manuel Antonio Noriega. Maduro will be attending the VII Summit of the Americas. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

PANAMA-SUMMIT/
RTR4WV4L 
April 10, 2015 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro and and his wife Cilia Flores greet residents during a visit to... 
Panama City, Panama 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro and and his wife Cilia Flores greet residents during a visit to... 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro and and his wife Cilia Flores greet residents during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo, which was bombed during the 1989-U.S. invasion, in Panama City April 10, 2015. The U.S. invaded Panama with the objective of installing a new government and deposing dictator General Manuel Antonio Noriega. Maduro will be attending the VII Summit of the Americas. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

PANAMA-SUMMIT/
RTR4WV1T 
April 10, 2015 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro looks up during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo,... 
Panama City, Panama 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro looks up during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo... 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro looks up during a visit to the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo, which was bombed during the 1989-U.S. invasion, in Panama City April 10, 2015. The U.S. invaded Panama with the objective of installing a new government and deposing dictator General Manuel Antonio Noriega. Maduro will be attending the VII Summit of the Americas. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

PANAMA-SUMMIT/
RTR4WV1S 
April 10, 2015 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro applauds while standing with family members of the victims of the... 
Panama City, Panama 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro stands with family members of victims of the 1989-U.S. invasion... 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro applauds while standing with family members of the victims of the 1989-U.S. invasion, in the working-class neighbourhood El Chorrilo which was bombed during the invasion, in Panama City April 10, 2015. The U.S. invaded Panama with the objective of installing a new government and deposing dictator General Manuel Antonio Noriega. Maduro will be attending the VII Summit of the Americas. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4IT87 
December 21, 2014 
Protesters gather around a burning U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion... 
Panama City, Panama 
Protesters gather around a burning U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion... 
Protesters gather around a burning U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4IT82 
December 21, 2014 
Protesters drag a U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama... 
Panama City, Panama 
Protesters drag a U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama... 
Protesters drag a U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4IT7Z 
December 21, 2014 
A man spray-paints a U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama... 
Panama City, Panama 
A man spray-paints a U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama... 
A man spray-paints a U.S flag during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. The word reads, "Trash.
REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4IT7U 
December 21, 2014 
A man sprays graffiti on the wall during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of... 
Panama City, Panama 
A man sprays graffiti on the wall during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of... 
A man sprays graffiti on the wall during a march marking the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. The words read, "How many were there?" REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISR2 
December 20, 2014 
Cristoballina Rudas (L), family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, receives consolation from... 
Panama City, Panama 
Cristoballina Rudas, family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, receives consolation from a... 
Cristoballina Rudas (L), family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, receives consolation from a friend at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, during a ceremony in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISQY 
December 20, 2014 
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (C) looks at the graves of victims of the invasion of Panama at... 
Panama City, Panama 
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela looks at the graves of victims of the invasion of Panama at the... 
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (C) looks at the graves of victims of the invasion of Panama at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, during a ceremony in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISQS 
December 20, 2014 
Carmen Campos, family member of Gilberto Campos, a Panamenian soldier who died during the invasion of... 
Panama City, Panama 
Carmen Campos kisses a photograph next to a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, in remembrance of the... 
Carmen Campos, family member of Gilberto Campos, a Panamenian soldier who died during the invasion of Panama, kisses his photograph next to his grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISQN 
December 20, 2014 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama reacts by a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
Panama City, Panama 
Family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama reacts by a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama reacts by a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISQB 
December 20, 2014 
Sonia Perez, family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, arrives at Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
Panama City, Panama 
Sonia Perez, family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, arrives at Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
Sonia Perez, family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, arrives at Jardin de Paz cemetery, during a ceremony in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISQ9 
December 20, 2014 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz... 
Panama City, Panama 
Family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, during a ceremony in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISQ7 
December 20, 2014 
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (C) visits one of the graves of a victim of the invasion of Panama... 
Panama City, Panama 
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela visits one of the graves of a victim of the invasion of Panama... 
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (C) visits one of the graves of a victim of the invasion of Panama at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISPU 
December 20, 2014 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz... 
Panama City, Panama 
Family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR4ISPS 
December 20, 2014 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz... 
Panama City, Panama 
Family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery,... 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Panama, in Panama City December 20, 2014. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Rafael Ibarra (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
PANAMA/
RTX17809 
January 09, 2014 
Members of the media take pictures and video as the house of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is... 
Panama City, Panama 
Members of media take pictures and video as house of former dictator Noriega is demolished after a dengue... 
Members of the media take pictures and video as the house of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is demolished after a dengue alert in the area and complaints from neighbours raised concerns about the derelict property, which has stood abandoned since the U.S. invasion in 1989, in Panama City January 9, 2014. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is serving a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 79, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in the U.S. and then in France from where he was extradited to Panama in 2011. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH MEDIA) 
PANAMA/
RTX17807 
January 09, 2014 
A police officer stops the media from getting too close as the house of former dictator Manuel Antonio... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officer stops the media from getting too close as the house of former dictator Noriega is demolished... 
A police officer stops the media from getting too close as the house of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is demolished after a dengue alert in the area and complaints from neighbours raised concerns about the derelict property, which has stood abandoned since the U.S. invasion in 1989, in Panama City January 9, 2014. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is serving a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 79, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in the U.S. and then in France from where he was extradited to Panama in 2011. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
PANAMA/
RTX17806 
January 09, 2014 
A sign indicating the home as that of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is seen as a government... 
Panama City, Panama 
Sign indicating home as that of former dictator Noriega is seen as a government worker uses a bulldozer... 
A sign indicating the home as that of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is seen as a government worker uses a bulldozer to demolish the house after a dengue alert in the area and complaints from neighbours raised concerns about the derelict property, which has stood abandoned since the U.S. invasion in 1989, in Panama City January 9, 2014. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is serving a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 79, was toppled in the U.S. invasion of 1989, and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in the U.S. and then in France from where he was extradited to Panama in 2011. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
PANAMA/
RTX17805 
January 09, 2014 
A police officer stands below a sign indicating a home as that of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officer stands below a sign indicating a home as that of former dictator Noriega as house is demolished... 
A police officer stands below a sign indicating a home as that of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega as the house is demolished after a dengue alert in the area and complaints from neighbours raised concerns about the derelict property, which stands abandoned since the U.S. invasion in 1989, in Panama City January 9, 2014. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is serving a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 79, was toppled in the U.S. invasion of 1989, and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in the U.S. and then in France from where he was extradited to Panama in 2011. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
PANAMA/
RTX17804 
January 09, 2014 
A sign indicating the home as that of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is seen as a government... 
Panama City, Panama 
Sign indicating home as that of former dictator Noriega is seen as a government worker uses a bulldozer... 
A sign indicating the home as that of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is seen as a government worker uses a bulldozer to demolish the house after a dengue alert in the area and complaints from neighbours raised concerns about the derelict property, which stands abandoned since the U.S. invasion in 1989, in Panama City January 9, 2014. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is serving a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 79, was toppled in the U.S. invasion of 1989, and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in the U.S. and then in France from where he was extradited to Panama in 2011. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PANAMA/
RTX17803 
January 09, 2014 
Government workers use a bulldozer to demolish the house of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega after... 
Panama City, Panama 
Government workers use a bulldozer to demolish house of former dictator Noriega after a dengue alert... 
Government workers use a bulldozer to demolish the house of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega after a dengue alert in the area and complaints from neighbours raised concerns about the derelict property, which stands abandoned since the U.S. invasion in 1989, in Panama City January 9, 2014. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is serving a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 79, was toppled in the U.S. invasion of 1989, and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in the U.S. and then in France from where he was extradited to Panama in 2011. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
PANAMA/
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December 21, 2012 
Family members visit their relative's grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary... 
Panama, Panama 
Family members visit their relative's grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary... 
Family members visit their relative's grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama City, December 20, 2012. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer (PANAMA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
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December 21, 2012 
A flower is seen placed on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary of... 
Panama, Panama 
A flower is seen placed on a grave, to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama... 
A flower is seen placed on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama City, December 20, 2012. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer (PANAMA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
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December 21, 2012 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, places a country flag on a grave at the Jardin... 
Panama, Panama 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, places a country flag on a grave, to remember... 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, places a country flag on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama City, December 20, 2012. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer (PANAMA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
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December 21, 2012 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz... 
Panama, Panama 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, places flowers on a grave, to remember the 23th... 
A family member of a victim of the invasion of Panama, places flowers on a grave at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama City, December 20, 2012. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer (PANAMA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
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December 21, 2012 
A man walks past a wall with graffiti as Panamanians to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion... 
Panama, Panama 
A man walks past a wall with graffiti as Panamanians to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion... 
A man walks past a wall with graffiti as Panamanians to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama City, December 20, 2012. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. The words on the wall reads "Bush-Murderer" and "Long live El Chorrillo" REUTERS/Stringer (PANAMA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
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December 21, 2012 
Alicia Vasquez de Chiru display a painting of her son over his tomb at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to... 
Panama, Panama 
Alicia Vasquez de Chiru display a painting of her son over his tomb at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to... 
Alicia Vasquez de Chiru display a painting of her son over his tomb at the Jardin de Paz cemetery, to remember the 23th anniversary of the invasion of Panama, in Panama City, December 20, 2012. The U.S. invaded Panama and installed a new government, but initially failed in its key objective of seizing the country's leader, General Manuel Antonio Noriega on December 20, 1989. REUTERS/Stringer (PANAMA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
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May 10, 2012 
Sandra Noriega, daughter of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, speaks to the media as she leaves... 
Panama City, Panama 
Sandra Noriega speaks to the media as she leaves Santo Tomas hospital where her father is hospitalized... 
Sandra Noriega, daughter of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, speaks to the media as she leaves Santo Tomas hospital where her father is hospitalized, in Panama City May 9, 2012. Former Panamanian dictator Noriega was transferred from prison to the Santo Tomas hospital today after suffering a respiratory problems due to bronchitis and fever, according to local media. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
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May 10, 2012 
Sandra Noriega, daughter of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, speaks to the media as she leaves... 
Panama City, Panama 
Sandra Noriega speaks to the media as she leaves Santo Tomas hospital where her father is hospitalized... 
Sandra Noriega, daughter of former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, speaks to the media as she leaves Santo Tomas hospital where her father is hospitalized in Panama City May 9, 2012. Former Panamanian dictator Noriega was transferred from prison to the Santo Tomas hospital today, after suffering a respiratory problems due to bronchitis and fever, according to local media. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
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May 09, 2012 
A police officer stands by the entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital in Panama City May 9, 2012. Panama's... 
Panama City, Panama 
A police officer stands by the entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital in Panama City 
A police officer stands by the entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital in Panama City May 9, 2012. Panama's former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega was transferred from prison to the Santo Tomas hospital today after suffering from a respiratory disease according local media. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
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May 09, 2012 
Police officers stand by the entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital in Panama City May 9, 2012. Panama's... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police officers stand by the entrance of the Santo Tomas honpital in Panama City 
Police officers stand by the entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital in Panama City May 9, 2012. Panama's former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega was transferred from prison to the Santo Tomas hospital today after suffering from a respiratory disease according local media. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
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May 09, 2012 
A police officer holds his weapon as a member of the media stands by an entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital... 
Panama City, Panama 
A police officer holds his weapon as a member of the media stands by an entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital... 
A police officer holds his weapon as a member of the media stands by an entrance of the Santo Tomas hospital in Panama City May 9, 2012. Panama's former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega was transferred from prison to the Santo Tomas hospital today after suffering from a respiratory disease according local media. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
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February 10, 2012 
Sandra (L) and Thays Noriega, daughters of former dictator Manuel Noriega, arrive at the hospital where... 
Panama City, Panama 
Sandra and Thays Noriega, daughters of former dictator Manuel Noriega, arrive at the hospital where their... 
Sandra (L) and Thays Noriega, daughters of former dictator Manuel Noriega, arrive at the hospital where their father is undergoing treatment in Panama City February 9, 2012. Panamanian authorities discharged Noriega from a public hospital on Thursday and returned him to prison, five days after he fainted from high blood pressure and was rushed to intensive care. REUTERS/Alberto Muschette (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
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February 06, 2012 
People walk past Hospital Santo Tomas in Panama City February 5, 2012. Manuel Noriega, Panama's drug-running... 
Panama City, Panama 
People walk past Hospital Santo Tomas in Panama City 
People walk past Hospital Santo Tomas in Panama City February 5, 2012. Manuel Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was taken from prison to a public hospital on Sunday after suffering a possible stroke, but a top health official said he was stable. Noriega, 77, was moved from the El Renacer prison to the Hospital Santo Tomas because of high blood pressure and a possible stroke, police said in a statement.REUTERS/Alberto Muschette (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
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February 06, 2012 
Police stand in the hall of Hospital Santo Tomas in Panama City February 5, 2012. Manuel Noriega, Panama's... 
Panama City, Panama 
Police stand in hall of Hospital Santo Tomas in Panama City 
Police stand in the hall of Hospital Santo Tomas in Panama City February 5, 2012. Manuel Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was taken from prison to a public hospital on Sunday after suffering a possible stroke, but a top health official said he was stable. Noriega, 77, was moved from the El Renacer prison to the Hospital Santo Tomas because of high blood pressure and a possible stroke, police said in a statement.REUTERS/Alberto Muschette (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
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December 14, 2011 
Martha Torregloza (R), 47, sister of a victim during the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former dictator... 
Panama City, Panama 
Torregloza, sister of victim during U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former dictator General Noriega, speaks... 
Martha Torregloza (R), 47, sister of a victim during the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former dictator General Manuel Noriega, speaks with Reuters at her home in the historical El Chorrillo neighbourhood in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the invasion. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on December 11, and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. The El Chorrillo district, which was the base for Noriega's central command, has since disintegrated into a gunfire-punctuated gangland chaos. Picture taken December 10. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
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