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The U.S. Government Is Deporting Central American Migrants to Their Deaths

20 hours agoNews : Truthdig

Neon Tommy / (CC BY-SA 2.0) A Guardian investigation into the consequences of the Obama administration’s crackdown on migrants reveals that U.S. deportees have been murdered shortly after returning to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras,...Show More Summary

Heavily Edited Attack Videos Endangering Fight for Women’s Rights Abroad

In El Salvador, where abortion is illegal even in cases of rape, incest, and maternal danger, on-the-ground feminist organizations have been targeted by mainstream news media outlets publishing articles based on the Center for Medical...Show More Summary

El Salvador May Extend Tax Breaks For Renewable Energy Projects

El Salvador may extend tax breaks available to renewable energy project developers, as the government prepares for a project auction. Tharsis Solomon Lopez, El Salvador’s Economy Minister and Chairman of the National Energy Council,Show More Summary

Jill Duggar and husband were not cleared for missionary work by anti-LGBT Baptist group

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

While Jill Duggar and her husband, Derick Dillard, have raised funds for what they called missionary work in El Salvador, the couple has not been certified to perform in that capacity, The Inquisitr reported. Dillard had stated on on a Duggar family blog that the couple’s home church, Cross...

Are Jill Duggar & Derick Dillard Running A Fraudulent Ministry & Stealing From Their Fans?

Can any of the Duggars be trusted?! According to a new report, Jill and Derick Dillard are NOT legitimate missionaries and therefore all the donations they've collected to support their "mission work" in El Salvador are bogus. Basically, becoming a missionary is not a simple task. For Derick, he would have had to earn an actual accredited [...]

The University of Washington Is Taking the CIA to Court

5 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Dina Cabrera pictured shortly after the massacre she survived in El Salvador in the 1980s. PHILIPPE BOURGOIS Dina Cabrera, a mother and small farmer, believes there is blood on the hands of the Central Intelligence Agency—her own blood and the blood of hundreds of her neighbors from the rural community of Santa Marta, El Salvador. Show More Summary

Jill Duggar & Derick Dillard: FIRED From Missionary Work?!

Back in July, it was announced that Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard would be headed to El Salvador to spend the foreseeable future serving the less fortunate.  Jill and Derick even took donations from fans to fund their new life, butShow More Summary

U.S. Lawmakers Call On El Salvador To Free Women 'Wrongfully' Jailed For Illegal Abortions

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Members of congress are asking Secretary of State John Kerry to lean on El Salvador’s president to “re-examine” his government’s draconian anti-abortion laws, which have been used to incarcerate dozens of women on charges of aggravated homicide for having a miscarriage or stillbirth. Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: October 6, 2015

Latin America: Representatives of the Peruvian, Chilean and Mexican governments expressed their satisfaction over the signing yesterday of the twelve-nation Trans Pacific Partnership free trade pact. El Salvador: The number of massacres in El Salvador has spiked so far this year though its unknown if it’s related to rampant gang violence. Show More Summary

Alfredo Prieto: Serial Killer Executed In Virginia After Muttering Last Words ‘Get This Over With’

Alfredo Prieto, a serial killer who had a series of appeals denied, was executed in Virginia on Thursday, October 1. Prieto, a 49-year-old man from El Salvador, was linked to nearly a dozen murders, and had his lawyers appeal his execution multiple times. Show More Summary

Pregnant Teenager Deported Back To El Salvador After She Aged Out Of The Foster System

She was four months pregnant at the time of her arrest. The post Pregnant Teenager Deported Back To El Salvador After She Aged Out Of The Foster System appeared first on ThinkProgress.

How Some of the World’s Most Restrictive Abortion Laws Turn Women Into Criminals

Ireland, El Salvador, and Chile share a deplorable commonality — the governments of all three countries have enacted draconian and harmful abortion laws that put women’s and girls’ lives at risk.

Instability and assault on the poor require us to respond

Maria del Cid Aguilar on her coffee farm in Usulután, El Salvador, where leaf rust caused by the higher temperatures and humidity that have come with climate change has destroyed most of her crop. Photo by Sean Hawkey for LWR. In his...Show More Summary

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard: Back Home in Arkansas For Good?!

Back in June, we learned that Jill and Derick Dillard were leaving the country to perform missionary work in El Salvador. The new parents were praised for their efforts to find a silver lining in the dark cloud of the Josh Duggar sex...Show More Summary

The Men of El Salvador’s Most Notorious Gang

Adam Hinton was working on a long-term project in El Salvador in 2013 when he heard that the leadership of the country’s two rival gangs—Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and 18 th Street (Barrio 18)—had declared a truce. Hinton wanted to meet...Show More Summary

Jessa Duggar Diverts Funds From Jill Duggar Dillard Family Ministry

Jessa Duggar posts a solicitation for funds for another El Salvador missionary, ignoring sister Jill Duggar’s money pleas for her Dillard Family Ministry. Though the missionary organization of Jill Duggar and husband Derick Seewald has come under its own severe criticism, Jessa Duggar’s website post is puzzling. Show More Summary

Texas parents with switched baby threaten to sue hospital

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

A Texas couple who were reunited with their baby after a switch at an El Salvador hospital said they want answers — and may sue to get them.

Schoolchildren, teachers at mercy of gangs in violent El Salvador

BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Veteran Salvadoran head teacher Francisco Zelada is used to working in the shadow of death threats and violence, part of the rising tide of gang violence in El Salvador that has carved up city neighborhoods and made targets of teachers and children.

Gang wars in El Salvador, bloodiest year

Gang violence continues to claim more lives in El Salvador, after the collapse of the truce.

Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric could lose Republicans the 2016 election

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

They have come to Florida from across Latin America. Related: Donald Trump wants to deport 11 million migrants: is that even possible? El Salvador. Colombia. Puerto Rico. Mexico. Cuba. Some driven by economic opportunity. Some by conflict. Others by natural disaster. Most are in the US legally,...

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