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Four inmates killed in El Salvador prison riot

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Four inmates at a prison in El Salvador were murdered on Saturday amid a fight between inmates, the national prison service said via Twitter.

Good News in Human Rights

El Salvador’s terrible 1993 law granting amnesty to everyone involved in the government’s horrible terror campaigns of the 1980s was recently overturned by a court, giving some hope of bringing the guilty to justice. Unfortunately, Ronald Reagan is dead or maybe he could be brought to trial for war crimes too. Share

’19 Kids And Counting’: Jill Duggar, Derrick Dillard Will Live In El Salvador Indefinitely

19 Kids and Counting stars Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard will be briefly returning to the United States, according to The Hollywood Gossip. While the couple was rumored to be returning to Tontitown, Arkansas for the second season of Jill & Jessa: Counting On, they have decided to film from their new home in El... Show More Summary

Jill Duggar And Derick Dillard Are ‘Thrilled’ To Share The Gospel In Public Schools, Reveal When They’re Returning Home

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard have revealed when they are returning home to Arkansas to visit their families, and they’re excited about coming home for a few weeks. However, there’s an aspect of living about El Salvador that the missionary couple will miss while they “continue to work in ministry” during their time back home.... Show More Summary

El Salvador leader raps decision axing amnesty for civil war crimes

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvadoran President Salvador Sanchez Ceren criticized on Friday a Supreme Court ruling that would allow prosecutors to investigate crimes committed during a long civil war that ended nearly 25 years ago.

Daily Headlines: July 15, 2016

El Salvador: El Salvador’s Supreme Court ruled as unconstitutional an amnesty law protecting individuals suspected of committing crimes linked to the civil war from 1980 to 1992. Brazil: The recession battering Brazil has worsened with May showing the worst level of economic activity in more than six years. Show More Summary

Undercovered: This Law Would Punish Women For Up to 50 Years for Having Abortions

last weekNews : Mediaite

El Salvador's Congress is considering a drastic proposal to make abortion punishable by up to 50 years, according to a report in The Guardian.

Mom Who Miscarried Could Do More Time for 'Homicide'

When Maria Teresa Rivera, a 28-year-old factory worker in El Salvador and single mom of a young boy, began to bleed heavily and collapsed, her family called an ambulance. She had just miscarried a baby she didn't even know she was pregnant with, and the next thing she knew she...

This Salvadoran Woman Served 4 Years for Having a Miscarriage

Maria Teresa Rivera didn't realize she was pregnant in 2011 when she went into early labor. The 28-year-old factory worker in El Salvador, who already had one son, started bleeding heavily late one night, so her family called an ambulance to drive her to the hospital. Show More Summary

Jill Duggar & Derick Dillard: Returning to US! Returning to TV!

Get ready, America. El Salvador's chastest and pastiest residents are headed back to the U.S. of A! Yes, the Duggar family announced today that Jill and Derick are coming home. They'll be just in time to film the second full season of...Show More Summary

Jill Duggar's Husband Had a Near Death Experience in El Salvador

Post by Jenny Erikson. Fans were seriously worried about Derick Dillard last week after seeing a photo of him looking particularly gaunt, but now Jill Duggar has revealed that her husband nearly died while on the mission field in El Salvador. Show More Summary

Jill Duggar: Derick Dillard Almost DIED in El Salvador!

Last week, fans became concerned about photos of Derick Dillard that were posted online by his wife, Jill Duggar. The images showed Derick looking gaunt and generally unwell. Coming, as they did, on the heels of rumors that the father...Show More Summary

El Salvador says Romanian consul dies in suspected homicide

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - The honorary consul serving as Romania's diplomatic representative in El Salvador has died in a suspected homicide at his home in San Salvador, authorities in the crime-ridden Central American nation said on Sunday.

Jill Duggar Says Derick Dillard Almost Died, Addresses Concerns That He Is Seriously Ill

Jill Duggar, her husband Derick Dillard, and their toddler son Israel will be returning home to Arkansas soon after spending almost a year in El Salvador. According to Jill, it’s a miracle that all three members of her family are coming back to film Counting On; she believes that she and Israel came dangerously close... Show More Summary

Jill Duggar Dillard’s Husband Looks Different: Derick Dillard’s Appearance Worries Fans

Jill Duggar Dillard and her husband, Derick Dillard, celebrated the Fourth of July by eating buffalo wings at a restaurant in El Salvador. However, some fans of the missionary couple fear that Derick isn’t getting enough to eat. Jill Duggar recently shared a photo collage on Instagram that was meant to be a Fourth of... Show More Summary

Freed From a Post-Miscarriage Prison Sentence, El Salvador Woman Could Face More Time Behind Bars

Maria Teresa Rivera was convicted of aggravated homicide in 2012 following an obstetrical complication during an unattended birth the previous year, which had resulted in the death of her fetus. On May 20, Judge Martín Rogel Zepeda overturned her conviction. Show More Summary

Surge in outsourcing wipes out middle-class jobs

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

WASHINGTON — For nearly 20 years Alfredo Molena made a middle-class living repairing bank ATMs in Los Angeles, despite being a high school dropout and immigrant from El Salvador. By 2000 he was earning about $45,000 a year, enough to support his wife and two children in a spacious apartment and...

Murders in El Salvador drop by half in June

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Murders in El Salvador plunged 51 percent in June compared with the same month last year, police said on Friday, attributing the drop to new government security measures even as gangs pointed to a recent truce to explain the decline.

Daily Headlines: July 1, 2016

El Salvador: Around 300 protesters marched to the residence of El Salvador’s president and called for better prison conditions for inmates including suspected gang members targeted in a security crackdown. Brazil: The head of Brazil’s...Show More Summary

Behind shrinking middle-class jobs: A surge in outsourcing

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

For nearly 20 years Alfredo Molena made a middle-class living repairing bank ATMs in Los Angeles, despite being a high school dropout and immigrant from El Salvador. By 2000 he was earning about $45,000 a year, enough to support his wife and two children in a spacious apartment and take periodic...

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