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Covid-19 Worst Fears Seen in Poor, War-Torn Countries

For months, experts have warned of a potential nightmare scenario: After overwhelming health systems in some of the world’s wealthiest countries and regions, the...

Celebration in Panama City for its 500th anniversary

Panama City, the first Spanish settlement on the Pacific coast of North America, celebrated its 500th anniversary with an enormous cake for 4,500 people...

This Day in History: Panama’s General Manuel Antonio Noriega surrendered to US military to face Drug Trafficking Charges

January 4, 2017: Twenty-seven years ago on January 3, Panama’s General Manuel Antonio Noriega surrendered to the United States military to face charges of...

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Regaining The Cultural Heritage Of Mumbai Through Classical Music

Imagine the imposing interiors of one of the finest Neo-Gothic Victorian heritage structures in Mumbai -- The Convocation Hall at the Fort campus of...

NASA Seeks To Launch First Woman, Next Man To Moon In 2024

Acting NASA administrator Steve Jurczyk has sought to not only land the first woman on the Moon but also the first person of color...