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Interest in Noriega’s Infamous Ouster

by Mike Krumboltz
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega returned to his home country on Sunday after spending 22 years in prisons in the U.S. and France on charges of drug trafficking and money laundering. The 77-year-old still isn’t a free man, though. Immediately upon arrival, he was taken to El Renacer prison to serve more time.
The return of Noriega spurred a massive amount of searches on Yahoo!, especially on his ouster from rule 22 years ago and the tactics U.S. troops used during Operation Just Cause. American troops, in Panama to remove the general, played loud rock music during

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