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Despite French Sentence, Noriega Could Go Home

Manuel Noriega may have once been cast as an archvillain in a tale of narcotrafficking and authoritarian brutality, but the former Panamanian dictator looked...

Why Has Manuel Noriega Ended Up in Paris?

As Manuel Noriega awoke to his first full day in his Paris jail cell, questions raged about why Panama's ailing former dictator was there at all. After being...

Noriega's Next Stop: France?

Usually old dictators go to Paris to while away their days in opulent exile. But it looks as if Gen. Manuel Noriega of Panama will spend the next decade in a...

Fast-Tracking Noriega's Exit?

Was the U.S. government planning to sweep Manuel Noriega out of the country in the dead of night? The ex-dictator of Panama's defense attorneys on Wednesday...

Noriega On Ice

The last time Manuel Noriega set foot in the U.S. was in 1985. He was not only Panama's strongman then but also an American intelligence asset. His hosts from...

Law: Hangovers From A Party Line

Since the U.S. military invaded Panama last December and brought back General Manuel Noriega for trial in Miami on drug-trafficking charges, the former dictator...

In Miami, Noriega Cries Foul!

Dressed in a khaki four-star general's uniform, Manuel Noriega walked to the front of a Miami courtroom last week in his first public appearance in months. The...

Noriega's Holiday In the Twilight Zone

Manuel Noriega spent the holiday season in a Miami prison awaiting trial for drug trafficking, but he didn't forget old friends and supporters back in Panama...

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