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  • Washington, D.C., U.S.
    Friday Dec 15, 1989

    Invasion of Panama

    The Panamanian general assembly declaration

    Washington, D.C., U.S.
    Friday Dec 15, 1989

    Pressure mounted on Bush. Bush declared that the U.S. would not negotiate with a drug trafficker and denied knowledge of Noriega's involvement with the drug trade prior to his February 1988 indictment, although Bush had met with Noriega while Director of the CIA and had been the Chair of the Task Force on Drugs while Vice President. On 15 December, the Panamanian general assembly passed a resolution declaring that a state of war existed between Panama and the United States




  • Washington, D.C., U.S.
    Sunday Dec 17, 1989
    1 AM

    Invasion of Panama

    President Bush order of the execution of the Panama invasion plan

    Washington, D.C., U.S.
    Sunday Dec 17, 1989
    1 AM

    The next day after the four U.S. military personnel incident, President Bush ordered the execution of the Panama invasion plan; the military set H-Hour as 0100 on 20 December.




  • Washington, D.C., U.S.
    Wednesday Dec 20, 1989

    Invasion of Panama

    The official U.S. justification For The invasion

    Washington, D.C., U.S.
    Wednesday Dec 20, 1989

    The official U.S. justification for the invasion was articulated by President George H. W. Bush on the morning of 20 December 1989, a few hours after the start of the operation.




  • U.S.
    Friday Dec 22, 1989

    Audrey Hepburn

    Always

    U.S.
    Friday Dec 22, 1989

    Audrey had finished her last motion picture role—a cameo appearance as an angel in Steven Spielberg's Always (1989).




  • New York, U.S.
    Friday Dec 29, 1989

    Invasion of Panama

    the General Assembly of the United Nations

    New York, U.S.
    Friday Dec 29, 1989

    On 29 December, the General Assembly of the United Nations voted 75–20, with 40 abstentions, to condemn the invasion as a flagrant violation of international law.




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