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  1. Fidel Castro Visits Cheese-Makers In Rare Public AppearanceRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Switched

    Former Cuban President Fidel Castro, 88, visited 19 cheese masters for four hours on Friday in a rare trip outside his Havana home, official media reported on Saturday. The photos showing the leader alive and well came out three days after his younger brother and current president, Raul Castro, announced a formal agreement with the United States on restoring diplomatic relations after a break of 54 years.

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  2. Costa Rica Offers Incredible Foods and Exotic DrinksRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Good Day Readers!! I hope all your days are Happy and all you Hours an adventure! A good adventure always includes good food and good food is a great part of any adventure. Costa Rica is a good idea for a place to go for an adventure whether you may be spending vacation time or you just up one day and decide you wanted to go and live in another country.

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  3. Unlimited Vacation Club to Debut in PanamaRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR.com

    In a milestone move, Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts recently announced it will make its debut in Panama in late 2015 and early 2016 with the opening of two resorts: Secrets Playa Bonita Panama and Dreams Buenaventura Panama. These pivotal properties will mark AMResorts' entry into a seventh country.

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  4. Whata s this a mandatorya car insurance in Panama?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Miami Herald

    My husband and I recently rented an Avis car in Panama City. Our reservation stated that the charge for the two days with tax should be $59.

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  5. Double Coin will exhibit at Latin American expoRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Modern Tire Dealer

    Double Coin Holdings LLC and its American subsidiary, China Manufacturers Alliance LLC , will exhibit with Lucy's Tire Inc., its exclusive distributor/partner for Central America, at the 2015 Latin American & Caribbean Tyre Expo at the Atlapa Convention Center in the Republic of Panama, July 16-18. For more than 27 years, Lucy's Tire has marketed and exported to the Central American market.

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  6. MBU attracts - foreign players for CONCACAF Champs LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Gleaner

    Montego Bay United will begin the hunt for 2015-16 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League honours with two tough away fixtures. Qualification to the Champions League has moved the club's status up a notch, as players from the United States, Brazil and Canada are reportedly seeking to join the club, which CEO Sandra Christie admitted is a fillip.

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  7. U.S. and Cuba to announce embassy openingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | WXMI-TV Grand Rapids

    The United States and Cuba on Wednesday plan to officially seal the renewal of diplomatic ties begun last year, announcing the reopening of embassies in Washington and Havana for the first time in more than half-a-century, two senior administration officials told CNN on Tuesday. "We will formally announce tomorrow that the United States and Cuba have reached an agreement to re-establish formal diplomatic relations and open embassies in each other's capitals," one senior U.S. administration official said.

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  8. Sea of change: Striking images show the remote island tribe under threat from global warmingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Mirror.co.uk

    The Kuna people occupy the San Blas Islands off Panama, whose government fears their land will be submerged by rising sea levels in the next 30 years These tribespeople live in a remote yet beautiful part of the world - but experts fear it could be wiped out by rising sea levels caused by global warming. The Kuna people have a population of roughly 50,000 and are spread out across the San Blas Islands, off the coast of Panama.

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  9. Colombian-ish Restaurant The Royal Now Open in LeDroit ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | City Paper

    While there's still much to bemoan about the District's breakfast scene, there's now a place to get a stuffed arepa with fried egg on a weekday morning. The Royal , which opened yesterday from Vinoteca owner Paul Carlson , will open as early as 7 a.m. with Counter Culture coffee, eggs, roasted plantain bread, Nutella pin-wheel pastries, and more.

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  10. Battenfeld: Deval Patrick's tabs higher than tallies he toldRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Boston Herald

    Former Gov. Deval Patrick spared no expense in his $1.4 million around-the-world travels: five-star hotels, pricey meals, armored cars and translators - while repeatedly misleading the public about the cost and funding of the trips, a Herald review of a records shows. From a luxury hotel in Mexico City touted for its "chic opulence" to a five-star Tokyo hotel rated as one of the top high-end destinations in Japan, Patrick's trade mission entourage racked up tens of thousands of dollars in room tabs in each city, all charged to an undisclosed taxpayer-funded trust, according to records.

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  11. Copa Airlines begins service between New Orleans and PanamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | WDSU-TV New Orleans

    Copa Airlines is offering nonstop service four times a week between Copa's Hub of the Americas at Tocumen International Airport in Panama and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. "New Orleans has needed to be able fly internationally to different parts of the world," said Tiffany Green, a passenger on the flight.

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  12. Mississippi trade mission to Central AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Mississippi Business Journal

    The Mississippi Development Authority will lead a delegation of Mississippi companies on a business development trip to Central America on Japan and South Korea on Sept.

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    Tuesday Jun 23 | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    Representatives from Mississippi Development Authority will lead a delegation of Mississippi companies on a business development mission to Central America Sept.19-25, 2015. The trip is designed to connect Mississippi businesses that want to expand trade and create new business relationships with qualified buyers in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama.

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  14. On Native GroundTHE House of Cards Starts to WobbleRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- When I first came to southern Vermont, in 1987, I had been on the road in South and Central America - literally on the road - for 14 years.

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  15. Cuba: Travel for Americans getting easier by the dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Examiner.com

    Cuban travel is getting easier for Americans by the day. Potential travelers still must be leery of third party travel agencies in other counties claiming to offer a legitimate "people-to- people " experience that may not be fully compliant with standards set by the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Asset Control .

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  16. Will China finally fulfill Nicaragua's dream of an inter-ocean canal?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Norwalk Reflector

    Speed and secrecy have become hallmarks of project that would rival Panama Canal; Wang has pledged to finish the canal by 2020. There's almost no other way to describe the proposal to build a 170-mile, inter-oceanic canal across Nicaragua, and while the plan has been greeted with widespread skepticism, powerful global forces may also coax the project forward.

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  17. On Native GroundTHE West Explosion: a Disaster that Didn't have to HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2013 | American Reporter

    Wouldn't you like to know how to view the historic and dramatic expansion of the Panama Canal? Or the scuba adventures in Portobelo's crystal clear waters? Perhaps you don't know about the spanking new skyline, nightlife, and world class restaurants of Panama City? Don't worry, you were not bothered with knowledge of any of these things at the renowned and gigantic Washington, D.C., Travel and Adventure Show this weekend, because the brains behind Panama's government tourist ministry and individual tour operators did not see the need to exhibit at the show. A professional, slick, informative,entertaining, and gastronomical array of tourism and food exhibitors from Aruba to the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve were there.

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  18. There and back againRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | The Daily Townsman

    What started out as dinnertime conversation between Heather Klein and Marshall Burrows turned into a 10-month odyssey through 15 countries across North and South America. The couple, both originally from Cranbrook, were living in Calgary and looking to start their respective careers after finishing school when they decided to embark on an epic road trip down to the end of the world-the tip of Argentina.

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  19. Will China finally fulfill Nicaraguaa s dream of an inter-ocean canal?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | The Fresno Bee

    There's almost no other way to describe the proposal to build a 170-mile, inter-oceanic canal across Nicaragua, and while the plan has been greeted with widespread skepticism, powerful global forces may also coax the project forward. Those forces include the rising economic might of China, the suspected backer of the proposal, and the emergence of ever-growing number of mega-ships that can't pass through an expanded Panama Canal but could transit the one proposed for Nicaragua.

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  20. On Native GroundTHE House of Cards Starts to WobbleRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | American Reporter

    DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- When I first came to southern Vermont, in 1987, I had been on the road in South and Central America - literally on the road - for 14 years.

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