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09:16

Sport

England through to the next round after rampant rout of Panama

Daryl Finch

England ensured their progression to the last 16 with a resounding 6-1 victory over Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on Saturday. Despite a subdued start, John Stones gave the Lions the lead after just eight minutes, heading home Kieran Trippier's ... him ahead of Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Belgium's Romelu Lukaku (on four each) in the race for the Golden Boot. Though the game was long ended as a contest, Panama were given plenty to celebrate when Felipe Baloy slid to meet a freekick and ... gave Panama their first ever goal at a World Cup. The win, and an inferior yellow card tally, moved England ahead of Group G rivals Belgium ahead of their clash on Thursday night.

11:55

National

Chief anti-corruption prosecutor quits over company in Panama

SUR MADRID

Panama. He hadn’t declared the shareholding to his boss, chief public prosecutor, José Manuel Maza. After intense media pressure built up during the week, his position was widely seen as untenable by the time he gave in his notice, with both opposition

19:43

National

King gives up inheritance from his father amid corruption probe

SUR

Switzerland and Panama. The Royal household said that the King had promised at his 2014 investiture ceremony that, "the Crown should... protect the dignity of the Institution, preserve its prestige and conduct itself in an integral, honest and transparent

12:31

Gibraltar

Supertanker suspected of taking Iranian oil to Syria seized in Gibraltar

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...thereby contravening EU sanctions. The Gibraltar government was responding to information that the Panama-registered ship, Grace 1, was heading for the Banyas refinery in Syria. That refinery is the property of an entity that is subject to European

14:33

National

Juan Carlos steps out of the limelight

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...sporting, mainly on his own. However, it was several months before he and his son, Felipe VI, both attended an official occasion. The two men were reluctant to be seen together very often. The ghost of Corinna pursued Juan Carlos in the form of the Panama ... inauguration of the new Panama canal and the signing of the peace agreement between the government of Colombia and the FARC. He had found a niche for himself in retirement. Or, at least, so it seemed. In 2017 Juan Carlos started to take an even more active

15:56

Sport

Harry Kane saves England with late winner against Tunisia

BEN CLARKE

Having won the opening game of a major tournament for the first time since they beat Paraguay in the 2006 World Cup, England face Panama, who lost 3-0 to Belgium on Monday, in their next match on Sunday (kickoff 2pm).

13:35

LifeStyle

The people behind the artists at Cirque du Soleil

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...and countries,” she says. In fact, she still doesn't know where she will settle when they leave the circus. “I have an open mind,” she says. Malaga? “Maybe so”. Umihiko Miya Acrobat The Japanese with a Panama accent who wants to be an actor “I ... Spanish but “with a Panama accent!” he laughs. Because it was in Panama, where he went to train the national gymnastics team, that he perfected the language. At the end of this year he will say goodbye to his Cirque du Soleil family to start a new career

19:27

LifeStyle

10 August 1974: Spain lifts ban on women bullfighters

Rachel Haynes

...only way that regulations would allow her into the ring. Other countries did not have the same rules, however, and her desire to face a bull on foot took her to Mexico, Guatemala, Panama and Venezuela. She returned to Spain in 1970 and started her

20:44

LifeStyle

Fuchsia paniculata

Denise Bush

Fuchsia paniculata, native to Mexico and Panama, is one such species. It has panicles of pendulous pink or purple flowers which are followed by edible, black berries in the late autumn. In ideal conditions it can grow to reach 6-8 metres tall by 3-4 metres