Panama Demonstrations Leave 1 Dead and Several Injured

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    Hundreds of people marched Saturday through the streets of the city of Colon, on the Caribbean coast of Panama, a day after violent demonstrations left a child dead and several injured.

    Latin America News – Panama riot police were on full alert at the possibility of the outbreak of street violence further demonstrations, as protests rally against further land sales to private organizations.

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    Meanwhile, authorities reported investigating the origin of the bullet that killed the boy of 10 years to determine responsibilities.

    A portion of the citizens of Columbus, including business groups, reject the bill passed on Friday authorizing the sale of land near the Panama Canal Zone to private companies

    It is the fourth day of demonstrations, but it was on Friday when the approval of the law sparked street unrest

    The Costa Rica news (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica
    Latin America News, Panama, Panama Canal, costa rica news

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