Salvadorans went to the polls on Sunday, March 9 to vote in a run-off presidential election, but results are so close that both candidates have declared themselves winners and the Supreme Electoral Tribunal has announced that they will do a complete recount in the coming days. In a report about...
El Salvador: Electoral authorities could take days to declare a victor in the second round of El Salvador’s presidential race where leftist Salvador Sanchez holds a razor-thin 0.16% lead over conservative rival Norman Quijano. Mexico:...Show More Summary
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Polls suggest that former guerrilla commander Sanchez Ceren is poised to win presidency in Central American country.
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Salvadorans are expected to elect a former Marxist guerrilla as president Salvadorans Head To Vote With Ex-rebel Favored - -
Polls indicate that left-leaning ex-guerrilla Sanchez Ceren is set for victory in runoff vote.
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — A former Marxist guerrilla who has promised to continue the government’s El Salvador’s Ex-rebel Poised To Win Presidency - -
My, how things change. On March 9, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, former commander of the most formidable Marxist guerrilla force in Latin America's history, El Salvador's Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), will almost certainly be elected president of his country. Show More Summary
Tumult in Ukraine and Venezuela in recent weeks has overshadowed a consequential regional election taking place this Sunday, March 9. Voters in El Salvador will go to the polls in a second round to choose from between two starkly different candidates. Show More Summary
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El Salvador will take the field against the defending World Cup Champions of Spain on Jun. 7 at FedEx Field in Washington D.C. The pre-World Cup friendly will be only part of a doubleheader that will also include an Major League Soccer match between D.C. Show More Summary
One of my cooler life experiences was being picked up by a friend after landing at the airport in El Salvador. Instead of driving to the airport, he flew there. We hopped in his plane and took a tour of the country at a few thousand feet. Then we landed at another airport and drove […]
On February 27, making a working tour around the countries of Central America, the FIDE President arrived to El Salvador. At the airport he was met by the FIDE Zonal President Mr. Erick Hernandez, President of El Salvador CF Mr. Efrain Alexis Segura Valenzuela and Vice President Mr. Show More Summary
In its final test before arriving in Brazil, defending World Cup champion Spain will play a friendly against El Salvador at FedEx Field as part of a June 7 doubleheader also featuring an MLS match between D.C. United and the Columbus Crew. Spain will practice at an undisclosed location in the Washington area for several […]
Nothing official yet but hearing these events are are on the brink of being finalized: Honduras vs. Turkey friendly in late May at RFK Stadium. Spain vs. El Salvador friendly and D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew, both on June 7 at FedEx Field. The MLS match had been scheduled for that night for RFK, but […]
Here’s an interesting case. According to court documents, an illegal immigrant from El Salvador was busted for marijuana possession in 2006 because the car he was driving — belonging to a friend — had a malfunctioning brake light. A blunt was found in the vehicle, and the immigrant received probation. Show More Summary
GARITA PALMERA, El Salvador (AP) — The Salvadoran fisherman who says he spent 13 months adrift at sea Salvadoran Sea Survivor Returns To Hometown - -
Jose Salvador Alvarenga's apparent 13 months adrift in the Pacific Ocean may now be over, but his lengthy trip could have been cut a lot shorter, he says. Since returning to his home in El Salvador, Alvarenga has told doctors several large ships passed by his small fishing boat during...