- Everett HeraldJun 25 11:16 PM
A Panamax cargo vessel navigates the new Cocoli locks during a test on June 23. The $5.5 billion expansion of the Panama canal is set to open Sunday.
- Quincy Herald-WhigJun 26 06:22 PM
Spectators watch as the Neopanamax cargo ship, Cosco Shipping Panama, makes its way through Gamboa, Panama, Sunday, June 26, 2016. The ship, carrying more than 9,000 containers, entered the newly expanded locks that will double the canal's capacity.
- Quincy Herald-WhigJun 26 06:07 AM
The Malta flagged cargo ship named Baroque, a post-Panamax vessel, navigates the Agua Clara locks on a test of the newly expanded Panama Canal in Agua Clara, Panama, Friday, June 24, 2016. The canal's expansion project will be officially inaugurated on Sunday.
- Olean Times HeraldJun 25 09:42 PM
The Malta flagged cargo ship named Baroque, a post-Panamax vessel, arrives to the Agua Clara locks on a test of the newly expanded Panama Canal in Agua Clara, Panama, Friday, June 24, 2016. The canal's expansion project will be officially inaugurated on Sunday.
- Los Angeles TimesJul 15 11:49 PM
On Sunday, heads of state, diplomats, shipping executives and port operators will gather for the inauguration of a deeper, wider Panama Canal that can handle twice as much cargo. $5.4-billion expansion of Panama Canal will transform shipping in the Americas » The $5.4-billion project, nine years...
- SNAPPA News via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJul 12 06:58 AM
And Hillary Clinton might soon join them too.
- Boston HeraldJun 27 04:51 AM
PANAMA CITY — Fireworks exploded as a huge container ship made the inaugural passage through the newly expanded Panama Canal on Sunday, formally launching the Central American nation's multibillion-dollar bet on a bright economic future despite tough times for global shipping.
- Manila BulletinJul 01 08:53 AM
Various oath-taking rites took place last Thursday with 230 newly and re-elected local officials from the provincial, city and local
- Omaha World-HeraldJun 26 11:23 PM
In this Thursday, June 23, 2016 photo, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, left, and Commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC, Timoleon Jimenez, right, shake hands during a signing ceremony of a cease-fire and rebel disarmament deal, in Havana, Cuba. The deal moves Colombia closer to ending a 52-year war that has left more than 220,000 people dead.
- Business MirrorJun 25 08:22 AM
PANAMA CITY—The colossal freighter, guided by a pair of tugboats that looked like gnats in comparison, eased toward the entrance of the Panama Canal, the storied passageway traversed more than a million times since its debut more than a century ago. This time, however, expectation hovered in the steamy air.
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