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Baghdad heavyweights face hearing in Panama
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Baghdad heavyweights face hearing in Panama

Yesterday afternoon a judge of guarantees of the province of Panama Oeste ordered the provisional arrest of both, they were charged with Ricardo González, alias "Rirri "or" RR ", and Rigoberto Jaramillo alias" Bochon " face a collateral control hearing for crimes of illicit association to commit a crime and gang activity.Both were transferred to the headquarters of the Accusatory Penal System, located in Plaza AgoraAt around 2:00 pm they had bulletproof vests and were handcuffed and handcuffed.Aliasa "Rirri" wears a walker for walking as well as a orthopedic boot on her right leg.Yesterday afternoon a judge of guarantees of the Panama Oeste province ordered the provisional arrest of bothThey were charged with aggravated possession of drugs, illicit possession of a firearm and possession...
Capture "Laugh", third strongman of the band "Baghdad"
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Capture "Laugh", third strongman of the band "Baghdad"

The Police offered a reward of 25 thousand dollars for truthful information on this man, the third in the line of command of the criminal organization Ricardo Gabriel González Pérez, alias Rirri, or RR, one of the most sought after and identified within the criminal organization of the band Bagdad He was captured in Coronado this afternoon.The Ministry of Security, through its Twitter account, confirmed the information and indicated that "during the raid in Coronado, units of @ProtegeryServir in conjunction with @PGN_PANAMA, managed to capture 5 people, including aliases RR and Bochon , linked to the Baghdad gang, required for the alleged commission of drug-related crimes "The Pattern of Boca La Caja. as it is also known, he was apprehended in Coronado, during a joint operation.At the...
At least 80 dead after an explosion at a Baghdad Covid patient hospital
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At least 80 dead after an explosion at a Baghdad Covid patient hospital

At least 82 people have died and 110 have been injured in the explosion and subsequent fire that took place early Sunday morning in a hospital for Covid-19 patients in Baghdad, reported a spokesman for the Iraqi Interior Ministry. "The balance is 82 dead and 110 wounded of different considerations, "said the ministerial spokesman, Khaled al Mhana, in a statement to Iraqi television Al Ijbariya confirmed by the official INA news agency. Al Mhana indicated that some of the victims suffered burns and that others jumped from high floors to flee the flames, and warned that the number of deaths could increase due to the seriousness of the injuries of some of the injured. This is the first official account offered by the Iraqi authorities on the tragedy that unfolded on Saturda...
At least 23 dead in fire at hospital for coronavirus patients in Iraq
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At least 23 dead in fire at hospital for coronavirus patients in Iraq

At least 23 people died in a fire declared Saturday night in an intensive care unit for covid-19 patients in Baghdad (Iraq), medical and security sources informed AFP.The explosion was due to a "Breach of safety conditions in the storage of oxygen cylinders", medical sources explained. Videos posted on social media showed firefighters trying to put out the flames on the floors of the Ibn al Khatib hospital while the sick and their families tried to leave the building.Three rockets hit Baghdad airport, where US soldiers wereFrom the bloody war in Iraq to the devastating earthquake in Nepal: the Peruvian working in high-risk countriesIraq: five rockets hit a military base that houses US troopsMedical sources talk about the death of 10 patients due to the explosion of oxygen tubes in Ibn Al-...
A growing challenge for Iraq: Iran-aligned Shiite militias
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A growing challenge for Iraq: Iran-aligned Shiite militias

BAGHDAD (AP) — It was a stark message: A convoy of masked Shiite militiamen, armed with machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades, drove openly through central Baghdad denouncing the U.S. presence in Iraq and threatening to cut off the prime minister’s ear.The ominous display underscored the growing threat that rogue militias loyal to Tehran pose for Iraq. It came at a time when Baghdad seeks to bolster relations with its Arab neighbors and is gearing up for early elections, scheduled for October, amid a worsening economic crisis and a global pandemic.Last week’s procession also sought to undermine Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi’s credibility, with Iran-aligned militias driving down a major highway and passing near ministries as Iraqi security forces looked on. Ahead of a new round of ...