The suspension came in response to the controversy sparked after environmental authorities gave permission to the company Smalley Development S.A. to export more than 1,200 kilograms of hammerhead fins on Feb. 16.
The Salvadoran daily La Prensa Gráfica reported Tuesday that voting authorities carried out two test tallies prior to the election, and that both were failures.
Justices ordered Costa Rica’s Prison System and the Judicial Investigation Police to open an investigation on the case.
The move came after Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro lashed out Saturday at U.S. “conspiracies” against his socialist government and ordered his foreign ministry to reduce the number of officials at the U.S. Embassy from 100 to 17.
A column of ash rose as high as three kilometers above the volcano, which is about 2,800 meters high. About 45 families were stranded in one community after a swollen river washed out a bridge.
In 2013 the United Nations declared March 3 as World Wildlife Day to celebrate biodiversity and spread awareness about wildlife conservation.
Labor Minister Víctor Morales Mora took to social media after Monday’s legislative motion, saying he was happy to testify about his administration’s efforts to improve the country’s employment panorama.
Environmentalists and administration officials are at loggerheads over what to do with more than 1,200 kilograms of shark fins — the equivalent of about 2,000 hammerhead sharks — caught as bycatch. The disagreement extends to regulations published in February that environmentalists contend threaten endangered shark populations.
The Grateful Dead embodied the hippie spirit, but the free market has sent prices for resold tickets to the band’s final shows at Chicago’s Soldier Field soaring to more than $100,000.
More than 5,000 people descended on the Southern Pacific village of Uvita last week for the annual Envision Festival.