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Reagan Administration officials told two House committees that they can neither confirm nor deny allegations that Gen. Manuel A. Noriega, Panama’s military strongman, has links to narcotics trafficking and money laundering in that strategic Latin American nation. State Department officials declined to speculate about Noriega during testimony before the House Select Committee on Narcotics. Officials of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Treasury Department also denied having evidence in support of the allegations against Noriega or proof of their falsity.


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