Panama red

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Panama red

Drug slang A regionally popular term for marijuana from–no rocket science, here–Panama
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So instead of a red-white-and-blue celebration, Paris got painted in Colombian red, blue and yellow.
The meeting was attended by Fernando Jose Cardenas Guerrero (Colombian Red Cross -- chair of the committee), Cisse Abdourahmane (Mali Red Cross -- member for Africa), Jose Benjamin Ruiz Rodas (El Salvador Red Cross -- member for the Americas), Dr Fawzi Oussedik (QRCS -- member for Asia Pacific), Jelena Darmanovice Dubak (Montenegro Red Cross -- member for Europe) and Lucie Laplante and Corinne Orlik (IFRC - secretariat staff).
The three-day meeting was attended by Fernando Jos` Cardenas Guerrero (Colombian Red Cross chair of committee), Cisse Abdourahmane (Mali Red Cross member for Africa), Jos` Benjamin Ruiz Rodas (El Salvador Red Cross member for Americas), Dr Fawzi Oussedik (Qatar Red Crescent Society member for Asia Pacific), Jelena Darmanovice Dubak (Montenegro Red Cross member for Europe), and Lucie Laplante and Corinne Orlik (IFRC - secretariat staff).
According to the latest report from the Colombian Red Cross, at least 262 people had been injured.
Gabriel UmaEa, a spokesman for the Colombian Red Cross, told CNN 234 people had died and 220 are missing.
Another 25 people - including one adult - were injured and seriously burned in the blaze at the town of Fundacion, in the department of Magdalena, Cesar Uruena with the Colombian Red Cross told AFP.
The Colombian Red Cross said in a statement that at least 150 people were "affected" with an unknown number missing.
Summary: BOGOTA, Dhu Al-Hijjah 29, 1431, Dec 05, 2010, SPA -- The toll from weeks of heavy rains across Colombia has risen to 174 people dead and over 1.5 million homeless, the Colombian Red Cross said Saturday.
At the port, the American Red Cross created a "boat bridge" to unload supplies from a Colombian Red Cross ship offshore, said David Meltzer, the group's senior vice president for international services.
The Colombian Red Cross estimates that fully 80 percent of all incidents have occurred in just the past five years.