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SIXTY PANAMANIAN BUSINESSES sued the U.S. government Thursday, accusing it of using "excessive force" and not protecting citizens during the Dec. 20 invasion of Panama. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, accused Washington of failing provide adequate police security and said invading forces used "excessive force" during and after "Operation Just Cause" . . . THE TERNOPOL CITY COUNCIL in the Ukraine has decided to dismantle statues of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin, the Tass news agency said Thursday . . . A NOTEBOOK in which William Butler Yeats wrote much of his poetry and prose over three years sold at Sotheby's in London for $360,000, the auctioneers said. The notebook was part of a sale Thursday of English literary and historical manuscripts and books that totaled $2.13 million, Sotheby's said.