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Cápsulas de tiempo

Bajo un Cielo Rojo Sangre, programa radial de política internacional conducido y producido por Cecilia Delloro y Gustavo Crisafulli, nos trae "Cápsulas de tiempo, para digerir la complejidad de nuestro mundo,…

EEUU a Panamá
A man walks past a mural referring to the US invasion which ousted late former dictator Manuel Noriega, who became Panama's de facto ruler in 1983 and was ousted from power by the US troops in 1989, in Panama City on May 31, 2017. Noriega died on late May 29 in Panama City's Santo Tomas Hospital where he had been recovering from surgery in March to remove a brain tumor, and a subsequent operation to clean up cerebral bleeding. The former dictator, who was on the CIA payroll, ousted from power by US troops in 1989, and spent years in prison for drug trafficking and money laundering, died aged 83. / AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUA (Photo credit should read RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP via Getty Images)

EEUU a Panamá

En la madrugada del 20 de diciembre de 1989, 24.000 soldados estadounidenses se lanzaron sobre Panamá. Fue su mayor operación militar desde la guerra de Vietnam, a un mes de la…

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