Lead prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita argued in his 35-page appeal that Judge Daniel Rafecas was overly hasty in his decision last Thursday to throw out the case against President Cristina Kirchner for allegedly protecting Iranian officials accused of orchestrating a deadly 1994 bombing.
Omar Treviño, 41, took the helm of the Zetas after his brother, Miguel Ángel Treviño, or “Z-40,” was captured by marines in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas in July 2013. The U.S. State Department had offered a $5 million reward for information leading to his arrest. Mexico offered $2 million.
Drought and excess rainfall during the past year caused damage worth some $19.8 million, the Agriculture and Livestock Ministry reported this week.
According to initial reports, Levine was driving a lightweight vehicle with another passenger on the highway when for an unknown reason the car veered into oncoming traffic.
Barack Obama’s administration has asked the U.S. Congress to approve $1 billion in funding for Central America to bolster security and stem illegal immigration into the U.S. from its southern neighbors.
The study found that wren pairs coordinate their tempos to create beautiful duets. The results could have implications for better understanding human conversation.
Tuesday’s comments were the latest from the government on perceived slights by the media. This past Sunday, La Nación printed an op-ed from Solís in which the president complained about daily harassment from the press.
HAVANA – Cuba policy sometimes makes strange bedfellows, which is how a man like Thomas Marten, a burly Illinois soybean farmer with a bushy red beard, had come to Havana to make a statement about the principles of free enterprise.
TUMBISCATIO, Mexico – He traveled by four-wheeler and on horseback. He lived in caves and on secluded mountain ranches, surrounded by his bodyguards and logistics men who kept his meth-dealing cartel dominant for years in the western state of Michoacán. When authorities finally caught up with Servando Gómez Martínez, they got him with chocolate cake.
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.