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Police stop the Caminata Ecológica, including an artwork sculpture representing Monseñor Oscar Romero, behind razor-wire barricades.

Junio 14, 2019
On World Environment Day, June 5, upwards of 16,000 people in San Salvador took to the streets for the 19th annual... Read more >>
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Migrants on Salvadoran caravan plan their route to the U.S

Mayo 27, 2019
Nayib Bukele will be inaugurated on June 1 and will become the youngest president in the history of El Salvador. Accompanied by... Read more >>
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Mayo 2, 2019
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of San Salvador to demand that President-elect Nayib Bukele ally himself with working-class people, not with US and right-wing economic interests in the region. Read more >>
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Abril 29, 2019
This past week, the Institute for Human Rights at the University of Central America in El Salvador held its eleventh annual... Read more >>
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“In El Salvador, having an obstetric emergency is a worse crime than corruption.” (ARPAS)

Abril 25, 2019
Representatives from the Social Alliance for Governability and Justice (ASGOJU), a civil society organization that represents... Read more >>
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