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HAVANA TMES - On June 13, 2013, the National Assembly approved the "Special Law for the Development of Nicaraguan Infrastructure and Transport with respect to the Canal, Free Trade Zones and Associated Infrastructure", better known as Law 840.
(Ali's conviction was ultimately overturned by the Supreme Court). In 1972, three days after the ... In 1979, ABC News correspondent Bill Stewart was shot to death in Managua, Nicaragua, by a member of President Anastasio Somoza's National Guard. In ...
Venezuela has been engulfed by a political crisis since the beginning of April, spurred by a decision by Venezuela's Supreme Court to strip the opposition-controlled legislative branch of its powers. The decision was seen by many as a blatant power ...
The ICJ ruled that the US violated Nicaragua's sovereignty when it supported the Contras against the Sandanistas. As I wrote in my column on May 25, 2017 ("The Nicaraguan option wishful thinking"), contrary to what Supreme Court Associate Justice ...
These proposed reforms furthermore restrict the legal definition of femicide, which is a detriment to the rights of Nicaraguan women. ... In June 2016, Nicaragua's Supreme Court removed 16 congressmen, none of whom belonged to Ortega's political party.
U.S. President Donald Trump stands with education Secretary Betsy DeVos before signing the Education Federalism Executive Order that will pull the federal government out of K-12 education, in the Roosevelt Room at the White House, on April 26, 2017.
ELVING: Weapons had been sold secretly to Iran in exchange for the release of some hostages, with the proceeds of these sales going secretly to Anti-Communist insurgents in Nicaragua. The key figure here was Marine Col. Oliver North, who had carried ...
Although held in Santa Fe's Lensic Theater to accommodate a large crowd of friends and family members, it is a formal session of the state Supreme Court, and an attorney must make a motion for a candidate to be admitted. Dan Cornish's father, Tim ...
This line references the United States Supreme Court case, United States v. Amistad, wherein the United States decided to free the Africans of a captured Spanish-owned slave ship ... In the 1980s, the CIA under President Reagan allegedly smuggled crack ...
The Supreme Court says the government can't refuse to register trademarks that are considered offensive.More >>. The Supreme Court .... Gonzalez was the president of the Vagos chapter in Nicaragua who was living in San Francisco. He was convicted of ...
That morning, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples throughout the United States had the same right to marry as opposite-sex couples.
Nicaraguan farmers protest Canal Threat. June 16, 2017 | Print |. The farmers are ... It is officially known as the Special Law for the Development of Infrastructure and Transportation in Nicaragua Relating to the Canal, Free-Trade Areas and Associated ...
Osmar Epifanio Gonzalez-Gadba, 32, of Nicaragua, died at a local hospital six days after he was found hanging in his cell on March 22.
The battle to protect the legal rights of those asking for asylum at the United States' southern border continues. Now, the fight is over access to legal counsel.
However, beginning in 1986, Lawrence Walsh investigated the so-called Iran-Contra scandal, in which administration officials were accused of secretly selling arms to Iran and using proceeds to fund rebel forces in Nicaragua. The probe carried over into ...
student Roberto Fonseca's column questions "myths" peddled by the campus Gender and Sexuality Equity Center: that 1 in 5 college women will be raped (indeed a dubious stat), that there are genders besides male and female (Fonseca cites a dissenting ...
The nation's attention is riveted to the beautiful but now heavily damaged city of Marawi, hopeful that the armed forces would meet its self-imposed deadline of clearing the storied place of Maute and Abu Sayyaf terrorists by Independence Day.
The committee subpoenaed the tapes, but Nixon refused to hand them over. (The Supreme Court ultimately ruled in July 1974 that Nixon must hand the recordings over to a Special Prosecutor.
But Trump chose to ignore science, his peers among world leaders, every other country on earth except for Syria and Nicaragua, his own daughter and son-in-law, and all the titans of business (among them, his secretary of state) who urged him to stick ...
He should have been reminded of the landmark 1977 Supreme Court case centered in Skokie, Ill., where neo-Nazis successfully petitioned for the right to wear swastikas on a march through Jewish neighborhoods inhabited heavily by holocaust survivors ...
While he did install a conservative Supreme Court justice and pulled out of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade pact, Trump has had a hard time enacting many of the promises that animated his campaign, from repealing Obamacare to making Mexico pay for ...
Israeli Supreme Court decisions have, at times, affirmed the applicability of what Israel calls the 'humanitarian provisions' of the 1949 Fourth Geneva Convention and 1907 Hague Regulations that codify the law of occupation, but have not rejected the ...
He claimed the Bush administration moved against him after he refused to help US policy in Central America intended to overthrow Nicaragua's Sandinista government and halt a civil war in El Salvador. "Why, after being the man the United ... No to the ...
The US have pulled out of the Paris agreement on climate change, claiming it is too harmful to American jobs (Syria and Nicaragua are the only other United Nations members not included.) But, in an all-too familiar Trump news ... The US administration ...
"The OAS cannot continue to be used by a country for a political lynching against the government of Venezuela, it is regrettable that a group of sister countries has been biased in their appraisals and focus," Nicaraguan Ambassador Luis Ezequiel ...
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... States under President Reagan was actively supporting the right-wing government of El Salvador in its bloody war against leftist insurgents, while at the same time secretly funding Contras hoping to overthrow Marxist Sandinistas in neighboring ...
U.S. imposes sanctions on Venezuela Supreme Court · Grisly 24-hours leaves 4 dead in Venezuela unrest ... Nicaraguan diplomat Luis Alvarado said his country condemned and rejected the attempt to "subvert the rights" of a sovereign country. "We demand ...
Should the US exit from the Paris agreement, which was negotiated and ratified under Barack Obama, the country would join only Syria and Nicaragua as non-participants. The US had previously committed to a goal of reducing carbon ... Trump has often ...
The policy was already stayed by the Supreme Court in February 2016 as a result of a lawsuit filed by former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, who is now Trump's head of the EPA.
The policy was already stayed by the Supreme Court in February 2016 as a result of a lawsuit filed by former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, who is now Trump's head of the EPA.
(Nicaragua, the only other country not on board with the Paris deal, is staying out because it does not believe the deal does enough to address climate change.
Two years ago, a state appellate court reversed Pena's conviction in state Supreme Court, St. George, and ordered a new trial, citing problems with the lineup conducted after his arrest.
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He accused Washington of a conspiracy to keep him behind bars and tied his legal troubles to his refusal to cooperate with a U.S. plan aimed at toppling Nicaragua's leftist Sandinista government in the 1980s. In recent years Noriega suffered various ...
The US relied on Panama as a regional listening post and Noriega obliged with unfaltering support for the Contras in Nicaragua, and in the fight against the FMLN guerrillas in El Salvador. In 1983 Noriega became commander of the armed forces in ...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Two Staten Island men were busted in connection with a prescription drug trafficking ring that sold more than $25,000 in opioid painkillers on Staten Island and Brooklyn, officials announced Thursday.
He said the Makabayan bloc would support the move of their allies, who are preparing to ask the Supreme Court to review the declaration.
At 130,000 square kilometers (50,200 square miles), the state is about the same size as Nicaragua and has 95 rivers with sandy bottoms and a long Bay of Bengal shoreline.
Notwithstanding the Supreme Court's surprising invocation of the UN Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against women in its Vishakha judgment on sexual harassment - India follows a dualist tradition, in which international law needs to be ...
WASHINGTON -- A blind spider creeping through America's judicial thicket might be heading to the Supreme Court, which will have to decide if the contentment or even the survival of the Bone Cave Harvestman spider species, which lives only in two ...
Reagan administration officials secretly sold arms to Iran and then used the proceeds to fund covertly the Contras' resistance against Nicaragua's Marxist-Leninist Sandinista regime. ... Since the 1982 Boland Amendment prohibited congressional funding ...
Until last week, investors mostly ignored the seeming improprieties that have grown in and around the Trump administration. That changed Wednesday as the president's mounting troubles spurred a sell-off on Wall Street.
"The criminalization of abortion in Nicaragua is incompatible with the obligations of the Nicaraguan State under international law, because it threatens the right of women and children to life, health, equality, privacy, physical integrity and freedom ...
Hetland cites a number of recent actions of the Venezuelan government to bolster his claim, including the Venezuelan Supreme Court's (TSJ) alleged "dissolving" of the opposition-held National Assembly (AN), the "cancel[ation]" of the recall referendum ...
At present, there are many ad hoc judges, depending on the case - in a case between Nicaragua and Costa Rica, for example, both have appointed judges.
Investigations into Bill Clinton's finances and personal behavior, and into the Iran-Contra affair - the secret effort under President Ronald Reagan to aid right-wing guerrillas in Nicaragua with money raised from the sale of arms to Iran - were ...
... in what came to be known as the Saturday Night massacre. Nixon named another Special Prosecutor, Leon Jaworski. After the Supreme Court ruled Nixon had to turn over the tapes, the president resigned. ... A three-judge panel named Lawrence Walsh to ...
The discovery that officials within the administration had facilitated the sale of arms to Iran partly in order to illegally fund the Contra rebels in Nicaragua and partly to secure the freedom of some hostages was a substantial embarrassment, and ...
Mrs. Belva A. B. Lockwood, the first woman admitted to practice before the supreme court, pioneer of the woman suffrage movement and the only woman candidate who has run for the presidency of the United States, died in Washington today aged 86 years.


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