Wealth inequality is a bigger challenge than income inequality in South Africa.
When South African inequality is discussed, the focus tends to be on income brackets. But the main problem is wealth inequality
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The canal was under US control for nearly a century and was only recognised as Panamanian on New Year's Eve 1999.
A Chinese ship makes the first commercial trip through the newly expanded Panama Canal.
The Panama Canal just celebrated the opening of its new expansion, which incorporates several engineering marvels to allow it to finally support the super-sized cargo ships that dominate shipping.
Panama City, Panama. The gleaming metropolis reflects a rapid economic growth with a marginal national investment in research and development.
Carlos A. Donado Morcillo
In the midst of a rapidly growing economy, research budget shortcomings threaten a young scientific community that struggles to stay afloat.
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Closing the passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans strengthened the gulf stream and helped kick off ice ages.
Lest we forget: Omar Torrijos’s mausoleum.
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The junta that governed Panama from 1968 to 1989 was hardly Latin America's deadliest. But that doesn't mean it was benign.
The failed Darien venture is regarded as one of the greatest catastrophes in Scottish history.
Panama is no stranger to financial shenanigans ... even in the 17th century.
A global collaboration of journalists has revealed massive offshoring of funds linked to some of the world's most powerful people, including Vladimir Putin.
A boy contemplates the guns handed in during an amnesty for gang members in Panama City. How do communities respond to violence?
Many communities struggle with crime, violence and abuse, but they are not all the same. Those that look to local expertise for solutions offer hope in a world where success in preventing violence is rare.
Air pollution has been found to have affected coral growth in the Caribbean over many decades.
Lester Kwiatkowski, University of Exeter
Tiny particles of air pollution can stunt the growth of coral reefs, according to a [new study in Nature Geoscience](http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo1780](http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo1780…