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Panama international midfielder shot dead

IANS  |  Panama City 

A Panama international midfielder was shot dead in the coastal city of Colon after an unidentified armed assailant attacked him, police said.

A police report indicated that the assailant on Saturday fired several times at Amilcar Henriquez, Efe news reported.

Henriquez, who was capped 75 times for Panama, had rejoined his original club Arabe Unido in Panamanian football's top tier.

The Pan American Football Federation (Fepafut) confirmed the death on Twitter, saying: "We deeply regret the death of our national team player Amilcar Henriquez. God receive your soul Mickey."

Panama's president, Juan Carlos Varela, condemned the incident, promising to mobilize the state's security forces to find those responsible.

--IANS

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Panama international midfielder shot dead

A Panama international midfielder was shot dead in the coastal city of Colon after an unidentified armed assailant attacked him, police said.

A Panama international midfielder was shot dead in the coastal city of Colon after an unidentified armed assailant attacked him, police said.

A police report indicated that the assailant on Saturday fired several times at Amilcar Henriquez, Efe news reported.

Henriquez, who was capped 75 times for Panama, had rejoined his original club Arabe Unido in Panamanian football's top tier.

The Pan American Football Federation (Fepafut) confirmed the death on Twitter, saying: "We deeply regret the death of our national team player Amilcar Henriquez. God receive your soul Mickey."

Panama's president, Juan Carlos Varela, condemned the incident, promising to mobilize the state's security forces to find those responsible.

--IANS

ksk

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Panama international midfielder shot dead

A Panama international midfielder was shot dead in the coastal city of Colon after an unidentified armed assailant attacked him, police said.

A police report indicated that the assailant on Saturday fired several times at Amilcar Henriquez, Efe news reported.

Henriquez, who was capped 75 times for Panama, had rejoined his original club Arabe Unido in Panamanian football's top tier.

The Pan American Football Federation (Fepafut) confirmed the death on Twitter, saying: "We deeply regret the death of our national team player Amilcar Henriquez. God receive your soul Mickey."

Panama's president, Juan Carlos Varela, condemned the incident, promising to mobilize the state's security forces to find those responsible.

--IANS

ksk

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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