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The World

December 17, 1987

Panama said it will allow three opposition daily newspapers, a weekly and two radio stations closed in July to resume operations. President Eric A. Delvalle said he will elaborate on the order next week. The announcement came a day after Gen. Manuel A. Noriega, the strongman behind the government, said in a speech that his troubles with the United States began when he refused to543712620Adm. John M. Poindexter, former U.S. national security adviser, requested his help against the Sandinistas.

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