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Federal agents seize woman awaiting emergency surgery in Texas hospital

A critically ill woman from El Salvador who was awaiting emergency surgery for a brain tumor was forcibly moved from a Texas hospital to a detention center by federal agents, raising concerns about President Trump’s directive to more aggressively pursue people living in the country illegally. Sara...

Federal agents in Texas move hospitalized El Salvador woman awaiting emergency surgery to a detention facility

A critically ill El Salvador woman awaiting emergency surgery for a brain tumor was forcibly moved from a Texas hospital to a detention center by federal agents, raising concerns about President Trump’s directive to more aggressively pursue people living in the country illegally. Sara Beltran-Hernandez,...

ICE Agents Take Undocumented Mom With Brain Tumor From Hospital To Detention Center

An undocumented woman from El Salvador awaiting brain surgery to remove a tumor was taken from a Texas hospital and detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents Wednesday night, her legal team says. Sara Beltran-Hernandez,Show More Summary

Hundreds of inmates abandon gang life in El Salvador

Inside a Salvadaron prison Francisco Lopez teaches fellow ex-gang members how to make paper figurines, as part of a program designed to reinsert them into society once they are released. He is one of 460 inmates in El Salvador who have...Show More Summary

Pregnant Jill Duggar Is Heading Back to Central America

Post by Jenny Erikson. They're headed back! After an extended stay in Arkansas, Jill (Duggar) and Derick Dillard are jetting back to El Salvador to resume their mission work. The Dillards made the announcement, surprising a lot of fans who assumed they'd be staying in the states for the duration of Jill's pregnancy. Show More Summary

Why tens of thousands of kids from El Salvador continue to flee to the United States

Essential Education: LAUSD tells students to stay put new messages Feb. 16, 2017, 8:54 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest: U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos used her first public speech to praise magnet schools. Today,...

Why tens of thousands of kids from El Salvador continue to flee to the United States

Why tens of thousands of kids from El Salvador continue to flee to the United States By Kate Linthicum | Photography by Carolyn Cole Feb. 16, 2017 | Reporting from Sonsonate, El Salvador The death threats started last spring. Sixteen-year-old Mauricio Gomez answered a phone call from an unknown...

El Salvador top court OKs civil trial for its former chief

El Salvador's Supreme Court has ordered a civil trial of the body's former president on suspicion of illicit enrichment. Tuesday's ruling comes in the case of Agustin Garcia Calderon, who … Click to Continue »

El Salvador gets $98m in US funds to fight emigration

El Salvador on Tuesday became the second Central American country to receive tens of millions of dollars in US aid to fight the root causes forcing its citizens to emigrate. Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez and the US ambassador to San Salvador, Jean Manes, signed an agreement disbursing $97.9 million to the Salvadoran government. Show More Summary

A Lifetime Approach To Preventing Violence In Latin America

A prevention program against crime and violence in Zacatecoluca, El Salvador, supports sporting activities for the children from this municipality. Photo: Victoria Ojea/World Bank #EndViolence. This simple hashtag, which has trendedShow More Summary

Will Jill Duggar And Derick Dillard Return To El Salvador Before Baby’s Birth?

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard have finally updated fans on their future plans for their family ministry after months of silence on the matter. Jill Duggar’s second pregnancy seemingly played a part in the couple missing their original target date for returning to Central America, but Jill and Derick recently revealed that they do hope... Show More Summary

Four Bengal tigers born in El Salvador animal park

Four Bengal tigers have been born in an El Salvador animal park that runs an endangered-species reproduction program, the facility announced Wednesday.

Kin of victims of El Salvador wartime massacre get compensation

Relatives of more than 1,000 people murdered in the worst massacre of El Salvador's 1980-1992 civil war are to be given up to $35,000 each by a compensation commission set up Tuesday, the government said. The disbursement complies with a ruling by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights handed at the end of 2012. Show More Summary

El Salvador Awards Solar Project At 4.955¢ Per Kilowatt-Hour

A small Central American country giving competition to a renewable energy giant like India in solar power tariff bids does not seem quite right, but this is indeed true in the case of El Salvador El Salvador Awards Solar Project At 4.955¢...Show More Summary

Sprinkles Presents Jesse Narvaez from Bright Moments

Jesse Narvaez over a 5 year course throughout San Francisco, El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, and Panama The post Sprinkles Presents Jesse Narvaez from Bright Moments appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

El Salvador - Nicaragua PREDICTION & PREVIEW (22.01.2017)

We have a new preview on http://www.007soccerpicks.com/soccer-predictions/el-salvador-nicaragua-prediction-preview-22-01-2017/ El Salvador - Nicaragua PREDICTION & PREVIEW (22.01.2017) Prediction for El Salvador - Nicaragua Over (+)Show More Summary

Ordinary jail for El Salvador ex-president

A former president of El Salvador who is detained pending trial for alleged embezzlement was transferred to an ordinary jail Tuesday. Police said Antonio Saca was sent to the Mariona prison, an overcrowded facility on San Salvador's northern outskirts that holds 5,000 inmates -- four times the number it was designed to incarcerate. Show More Summary

The Neediest Cases: Dangers Behind and Uncertainties Ahead, but Together at Last

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Eleven years after they last saw their mother, José and Juan Rivera left El Salvador to join her in the United States, where new challenges await them.

The Deportees Taking Our Calls

Eddie Anzora was sitting in his cubicle at a call center in El Salvador one day a couple of years ago, making a hotel reservation for an impatient American customer, when he spotted someone he knew from a past life. The man, who was part of a group of new employees on a tour of the office, was tall, with a tattoo of a rose on the back of his neck. Show More Summary

El Salvador marks grim milestone: Its first murder-free day in nearly 2 years

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El Salvador is one of the world’s most dangerous places.        

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