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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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