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May 30, 2017
Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, que murió el lunes a los 83 años. 5 cm...
Panama
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Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, que murió el lunes a los 83 años. 5 cm de ancho. (SGN01)
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March 08, 2017
Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, de 83 años, quien permanece en estado...
France
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Breve perfil ilustrado del ex dictador panameño Manuel Noriega, de 83 años, quien permanece en estado crítico. 5 cm de ancho. (SGN03)
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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
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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
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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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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December 14, 2011
Martha Torregloza, 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, 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. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 14, 2011
Martha Torregloza, 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, points...
Martha Torregloza, 47, sister of a victim during the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former dictator General Manuel Noriega, points to the hole made by a bullet she says was fired during the invasion, outside 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. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 14, 2011
Martha Torregloza (3rd R), 47, sister of a victim during the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former...
Panama City, Panama
Torregloza, sister of victim during U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former dictator General Noriega, walks...
Martha Torregloza (3rd R), 47, sister of a victim during the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust Panama's former dictator General Manuel Noriega, walks next to other relatives as she leaves after an interview 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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December 14, 2011
Martha Torregloza (C), 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 (C), 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, 2011, 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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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Noriega is seen upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
A prison ward pushes Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega in a wheelchair upon Noriega's arrival at...
Panama City, Panama
A prison ward pushes Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega in a wheelchair upon Noriega's arrival at...
A prison ward pushes Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega in a wheelchair upon Noriega's arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison,...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison,...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega sits in a wheelchair next to a prison warden (L) and a police...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen next to police officers after his arrival at Renacer...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega sits in a wheelchair next to a prison warden (L) and a police officer after his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison,...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison,...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PROFILE)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison,...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Noriega is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison,...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at...
Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (seated) is seen next to police officers upon his arrival at Renacer prison, outside Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, was extradited back to the country on Sunday and taken straight to prison to serve a 20-year sentence for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW PROFILE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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December 12, 2011
A Spanish Iberia Airlines plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival...
Panama City, Panama
A Spanish Iberia Airlines plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is upon after his arrival...
A Spanish Iberia Airlines plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival from Spain, in Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, left Paris early on Sunday, headed for a prison in his home country to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. Noriega switched flights and boarded the Iberia airline plane upon arriving in Spain from Paris. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT)
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December 12, 2011
A Spanish Iberia Airlines plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival...
Panama City, Panama
A Spanish Iberia Airlines plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival...
A Spanish Iberia Airlines plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega is seen upon his arrival from Spain, in Panama City December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, left Paris early on Sunday, headed for a prison in his home country to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. Noriega switched flights and boarded the Iberia airline plane upon arriving in Spain from Paris. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT)
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December 12, 2011
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (C in brown) is assisted by police officers...
Panama City, Panama
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Noriega is assisted by police officers as he exits from...
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (C in brown) is assisted by police officers as he exits from a car upon arriving at Renacer prison outside Panama City, December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, left Paris early on Sunday, headed for a prison in his home country to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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December 12, 2011
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (2nd L) is assisted by police officers as...
Panama City, Panama
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Noriega is assisted by police officers as he exits from...
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (2nd L) is assisted by police officers as he exits from a car upon arriving at Renacer prison outside Panama City, December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, left Paris early on Sunday, headed for a prison in his home country to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (L in brown) is assisted by police officers...
Panama City, Panama
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Noriega is assisted by police officers as he exits from...
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (L in brown) is assisted by police officers as he exits from a car upon arriving at Renacer prison outside Panama City, December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, left Paris early on Sunday, headed for a prison in his home country to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 12, 2011
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (L in brown) is assisted by police officer...
Panama City, Panama
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Noriega is assisted by police officer as he exits from...
A man believed to be Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega (L in brown) is assisted by police officer as he exits from a car upon arriving at Renacer prison outside Panama City, December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, left Paris early on Sunday, headed for a prison in his home country to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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Ex-Panama Dictator Noriega Extradited Home - 15 Dec 2011
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December 11, 2011
The plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega as he is extradited to Panama, is seen at...
Paris, France
Plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega as he is extradited to Panama, is seen at Orly...
The plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega as he is extradited to Panama, is seen at Orly airport near Paris December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's ruthless drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is to be returned home on Sunday, headed for a jungle prison to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT)
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December 11, 2011
An airport worker walks near the plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega as he is extradited...
Paris, France
Airport worker walks near the plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega as he is extradited...
An airport worker walks near the plane carrying Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega as he is extradited to Panama, at Orly airport near Paris December 11, 2011. Noriega, Panama's ruthless drug-running military dictator of the 1980s, is to be returned home on Sunday, headed for a jungle prison to serve a 20-year term for the murders of opponents during his rule. Noriega, now 77, was toppled in a U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989 and has spent the last two decades behind bars, first in Florida and then in France after being convicted for drug trafficking and money laundering during his time in power. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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December 11, 2011
Police officers stand guard behind a security fence at the entrance of Renacer prison, where Panama's...
Panama City, Panama
Police officers stand guard behind a security fence at the entrance of Renacer prison outside Panama...
Police officers stand guard behind a security fence at the entrance of Renacer prison, where Panama's former leader Manuel Noriega could be taken to, outside Panama City December 10, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 11, 2011
A resident looks at an old newspaper inside his home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo"...
Panama City, Panama
A resident looks at an old newspaper inside his home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo"...
A resident looks at an old newspaper inside his home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 11, 2011
A police officer stands guard behind a security fence at the entrance of Renacer prison, where Panama's...
Panama City, Panama
A police officer stands guard behind a security fence at the entrance of Renacer prison outside Panama...
A police officer stands guard behind a security fence at the entrance of Renacer prison, where Panama's former leader Manuel Noriega could be taken to, outside Panama City December 10, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
Police officers stand guard on a street in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City...
Panama City, Panama
Police officers stand guard on a street in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City...
Police officers stand guard on a street in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
A man sits outside his old home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December...
Panama City, Panama
A man sits outside his old home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City
A man sits outside his old home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
Two supporters of former Panama leader Manuel Noriega sit in front of old newspaper clippings and images...
Panama City, Panama
Two supporters of former Panama leader Noriega sit in front of old newspaper clippings and images of...
Two supporters of former Panama leader Manuel Noriega sit in front of old newspaper clippings and images of Noriega outside his old home in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
People walk past a bus with an image of the President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez on a street near the historical...
Panama City, Panama
People walk past a bus with an image of the President of Venezuela Chavez in Panama City
People walk past a bus with an image of the President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez on a street near the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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December 10, 2011
Cesar Duran shows a spray painting of former Panama leader Manuel Noriega on a car outside an old building...
Panama City, Panama
Duran shows a spray painting of former Panama leader Noriega on a car in Panama City
Cesar Duran shows a spray painting of former Panama leader Manuel Noriega on a car outside an old building in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
Police officers patrol the streets in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December...
Panama City, Panama
Police officers patrol the streets in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City
Police officers patrol the streets in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
A street vendor waits for clients outside an old building in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo"...
Panama City, Panama
A street vendor waits for clients in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City
A street vendor waits for clients outside an old building in the historical neighbourhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 10, 2011. El Chorrillo was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, France said on Thursday. A French court ruled in November that Noriega could be extradited to the central American country he once ruled, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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December 10, 2011
Women hold a placard as they take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve...
Panama City, Panama
Women hold a placard as they take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve...
Women hold a placard as they take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. The placard reads, "Noriega, murderer". REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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December 10, 2011
A woman holds up clipping of an old newspaper as she take part in a rally calling for former dictator...
Panama City, Panama
A woman holds up clipping of an old newspaper as she take part in a rally calling for former dictator...
A woman holds up clipping of an old newspaper as she take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. The newspaper reads" Forbidden-forget". REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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December 10, 2011
People take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in...
Panama City, Panama
People take part in a rally calling for former dictator Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama,...
People take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. The banner reads, ""Noriega, you murderer, you killed Giroldi". REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
A woman takes part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence...
Panama City, Panama
A woman takes part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence...
A woman takes part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
A woman takes part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence...
Panama City, Panama
A woman takes part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence...
A woman takes part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. The words on the t-shirt read, "Forgive but not forget". REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
People from civil organizations take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve...
Panama City, Panama
People from civil organizations take part in a rally calling for former dictator Noriega to serve his...
People from civil organizations take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
People from civil organizations take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve...
Panama City, Panama
People from civil organizations take part in a rally calling for former dictator Noriega to serve his...
People from civil organizations take part in a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 10, 2011
A man holds a sign during a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence...
Panama City, Panama
A man holds a sign during a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence...
A man holds a sign during a rally calling for former dictator Manuel Noriega to serve his prison sentence in Panama, in Panama City December 9, 2011. Noriega will return to his country this weekend, where he has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, after a French court ruled that he could be extradited. Noriega, 77, is expected to be eligible for house arrest due to his age. He could also fight his sentence for involvement in the killing of his political opponent Hugo Spadafora, handed down in absentia, and two other similar sentences, to be served concurrently. The sign reads "Noriega, it's pay time". REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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December 08, 2011
Amelia Denis de Icaza Park is seen in the historical neighborhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December...
Panama City, Panama
Amelia Denis de Icaza Park is seen in the historical neighborhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City
Amelia Denis de Icaza Park is seen in the historical neighborhood of "El Chorrillo" in Panama City December 7, 2011. "El Chorrillo" was partially destroyed in the 1989 U.S. invasion to oust General Manuel Noriega. Picture taken December 7, 2011. REUTERS/Henry Romero (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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