El Salvador will conduct its second auction seeking to deploy 170 MW of renewable electricity. This follows an award of 100 MW of PV projects in its previous auction, even though no project are operational yet. According to pv-magazine, officials anticipate the auction will be completed in December. Show More Summary
Jill Duggar’s husband, Derick Dillard, recently responded to a question about whether she will be making a pregnancy announcement soon. His pregnancy update came just days before El Salvador officials reminded women living in the country that it’s a dangerous time to get pregnant. Show More Summary
A small organisation is tackling a deadly epidemic of chronic disease among El Salvador's sugarcane workers.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are desperately keep trying to convince fans that they’re making a real difference in El Salvador, which is where they’re currently living as missionaries. However, whenever Jill and Derick share an update on the work they’ve been doing, critics are always quick to fire back with accusations that their mission... Show More Summary
Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard are scrutinized for nearly everything they do, but does this latest round of criticism have merit? Their most recent scandal centers around an Instagram picture, depicting women part of their ministry...Show More Summary
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador arrested the former head of the national prisons system on Monday on suspicion of corruption during the implementation of an infamous gang truce, the country's police said.
Potatoes USA brought 21 chefs from Mexico, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines on a reverse trade mission (RTM) to the U.S. to learn about U.S. potatoes and products, as well as new and creative ways to put them on menus back home. The RTM began with potato training in... Read More
Jill Duggar is catching heat again. This time, it's got nothing to do with her trying to get pregnant while in El Salvador as the Zika virus runs rampant there. Instead, she's coming under fire for seeking out the birth mom of her husband...Show More Summary
Prosecutors said the case highlights a crime that is often difficult to detect.
A year after traveling to El Salvador so Mercedes Casanella could give birth in her home country, Casanella and her husband Richard Cushworth are back home in Texas to stay—with the right baby. The couple initially returned to the US after the birth, only to discover, after getting suspicious...
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador prosecutors on Thursday asked Congress to allow the government to investigate the country's ambassador to Germany for illegal arms sales during his time in the Defense Ministry.
Maria Teresa Rivera's recent release from prison was a major victory for women's rights in El Salvador. Nonetheless, the nation's Attorney General has said he intends to appeal the decision overturning her conviction.
Central American immigrants are told that they will be summarily denied asylum despite war-like violence raging across the countries of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador released on Monday Raul Mijango, the mediator of a controversial gang truce who was arrested in early May, but the legal proceedings against him will continue, authorities said.
SAN SALVADOR — The elevator operator, the man who escorts visitors to the sixth-floor office of El Salvador’s top justice official, happens to be blind. Whether that is coincidence, or an intentional flourish on the part of the Central American country’s new attorney general, Douglas Meléndez Ruiz, the symbolism fits with the mood of cautious […]
Peru will play against El Salvador in an international friendly soccer game at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington D.C.. The match takes place on Saturday, May 28, 2016 and kick-off time is 8 p.m. ET or (5 p.m. PT).
On 20 May 2016, Maria Teresa Rivera was finally freed from prison in El Salvador after a judge dismissed the charges against her. In 2011, she had been given a 40-year sentence after suffering a miscarriage. Thousands of people across the world rallied to her cause. This is her thank you message to everyone.
Like dozens of other women in El Salvador, where abortion is completely illegal, Maria Teresa Rivera faced criminal charges in 2012 after experiencing obstetric complications. The post Judge Overturns Homicide Conviction of El Salvador Woman Jailed After a Miscarriage appeared first on Rewire.
A woman who was imprisoned for four years under El Salvador’s anti-abortion laws has been released today, says Amnesty International. María Teresa Rivera, 33, was released from prison when a judge ruled that there had not been sufficient evidence to convict her of the charges against her, and because she was suffering from serious health... Show More Summary