Panama’s Noriega in prison 25 years post-invasion

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A woman cries during a ceremony in memory of the victims of the U.S. invasion at a cemetery in Panama City, Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The U.S. intervention known as Just Cause began 25 years ago on Saturday, on Dec. 20, 1989, and ended with Manuel Noriega’s surrender to American drug agents on Jan. 3. The invasion killed 314 Panamanian soldiers and 200 civilians, the government says, while the U.S. military reported losing 23 American soldiers. Local human rights organizations estimated that more than 1,000 Panamanians died. (AP Photo/Tito Herrera)PANAMA CITY (AP) — Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega is nearly forgotten, languishing in a steamy jungle prison near the interoceanic canal while the country enjoys democracy and economic prosperity a quarter-century after the strongman was toppled by a U.S. military invasion.