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 Manuel Noriega in a photo released by the US Marshals Service in January, 1990. Noriega, the brash former dictator of Panama and sometime ally of the US, died on May 29th, 2017.
Obituary: Manuel Noriega

Manuel Antonio Noriega Moreno, politician and military officer Born: 11th February 1934. Died; 29th May 2017 Manuel Noriega, who has died aged 83, (...)

Gen Manuel Antonio Noriega after a state council meeting at the presidential palace in Panama City, in August, 1989, as a   new president of the republic was announced. Photograph: Matias Recart/AP

Manuel Antonio Noriega, the brash former dictator of Panama and sometime ally of the United States whose ties to drug trafficking led to his ousting i(...)

A Cuban man gives another a haircut outside a Caritas centre housing migrants in Panama City. Photograph: Sally Hayden

In another country he’d be a pensioner, but grey-haired José is dreaming of a new life. Small and rotund, with baggy trousers and a stained shirt, he(...)

The Minister  said he was allocating a further €5m to the Revenue Commissioners to recruit 50 extra staff and invest in  equipment to aid audits and investigations

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has taken aim at the use of offshore accounts to avoid tax, pledging to make it a criminal offence for individuals(...)

The pier at Panama City Beach, Florida

There is a certain shade of emerald green that I’d only seen on the mermaid tail of a Barbie doll I had when I was six years old. But I find it again(...)

The Central Bank said  indicators, such as domestic demand and employment growth, gave a more accurate indication of the economy’s performance.

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is to examine how to provide more accurate measures of Ireland’s economic performance amid the controversy over t(...)

The Catarata del Toro waterfall falling into a volcano crater

The leaf on the ant’s back is three times the size of its body. Stretched in a long line, its colleagues are following along the top of a yellow wall.(...)

Straw disc hat with giant pink rose, €350

T he fastest way to a smile is to try on a hat. It’s like experimenting with different personalities. These sophisticated affairs from Anthony Peto’s (...)

Criminals with offshore links: Peruvian drug trafficker Ment Floor Dijkhuizen Cáceres, known as El Holandés;  “Queen of the South” Marllory Dadiana Chacón Rossell; Boss of Bosses Semion Mogilevich – the Ukranian was dubbed “the most dangerous mobster in the world” and Fernando del Valle, Chilean money launderer

In November 2005, customs officials at the Dutch port of Rotterdam got a tip: a shipment of asparagus from Peru might contain something besides veget(...)

 Len Gotshalk in action in the 1970s for the Atlanta Falcons. Photograph: Getty Images

Len Gotshalk, an Atlanta Falcons football player turned Oregon businessman, had a history of legal issues by the time he went looking to buy an offsho(...)

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