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Panama Marks 30Th Anniversary Of U.s. Invasion

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By Reuters

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VARIOUS, CORTIZO AT CEREMONY (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) MEMBER OF THE VICTIMS COMMITTEE OF THE U.S. INVASION, TRINIDAD AYALA, SAYING: "How is a person supposed to feel who one day lost all their happiness and hope, and who has had to go 30 years asking for justice, making complaints?" PANAMANIAN WITNESS TO THE U.S. INVASION, MARCELINO RUIZ, HOLDING PANAMANIAN FLAG (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PANAMANIAN WITNESS TO THE U.S. INVASION, MARCELINO RUIZ, SAYING: "There has been a lack of respect for our nationality, and in the month of December this government allows military exercises by the U.S. army. This shouldn't be. The Salas-Becker treaty should be annulled, which gives permission for the U.S. military to pass through Panama." VARIOUS, PEOPLE AT GRAVESITES (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PANAMANIAN PRESIDENT, LAURENTINO CORTIZO, SAYING: "On Wednesday, the cabinet council approved the declaration of December 20 as a day of national mourning. To all the families of people that died 30 years ago, I express my apologies and my respect." PANAMANIAN FLAG AT HALF MAST (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PRESIDENT OF THE DECEMBER 20 COMMISSION WHICH INVESTIGATES THE VICTIMS OF THE U.S. INVASION, JUAN PLANELLS, SAYING: "The invasion was made more traumatic than our republican war, an unnecessary, unequal war. The permitted sacking, the informal checkpoints, the interventions in hospitals, the arbitrary detentions, the attacks on journalists that led to the Spanish photographer Juan Antonio Rodriguez who was killed clutching his camera."

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Item ID:
122222873
Usage:
Editorial
Duration:
00:01:56
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No
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Location:
Panama City, Panama, Panama
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11.3 Mbps
Bit Depth:
24
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2
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mp4a
Audio Sample Rate:
48000

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