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An Immigrant Who Crossed the Border as a Child Retraces His Journey, in Poems

Jonathan Blitzer on the poet Javier Zamora, who recently released his first full-length book, “Unaccompanied,” about his journey to the U.S. from El Salvador.

Tumor-patient mom says deportation may kill her

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With a tumor growing in her skull and gang threats in El Salvador, Sara Beltran Hernandez is deathly worried about being deported.

Detained university janitor, in U.S. for 11 years, awaits his fate

Francisco Rodriguez-Guardado's first son was born just days after he was taken into custody by federal immigration officials for deportation back to his native El Salvador. He has yet to meet his son but is told there's a resemblance. "They tell me he has my eyes," the 43-year-old said with a mix...

MEXICO’S EARTHQUAKE: 8.1 to 8.2 on the Richter, so it was big. …tsunami waves are possible off …

MEXICO’S EARTHQUAKE: 8.1 to 8.2 on the Richter, so it was big. …tsunami waves are possible off the Pacific coasts of Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and Ecuador. The quake killed 15 people according to early reports.

8.0 earthquake strikes off Mexico coast; tsunami is possible in Mexico, Central America

A magnitude 8.0 earthquake has occurred of the southern Mexican coast, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Widespread hazardous tsunami waves are possible within the next three hours on some coasts of Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras and Ecuador. The earthquake...

Breitbart smears DACA recipients with photo of gang members from El Salvador

It was barely two weeks ago when Steve Bannon’s Breitbart had to apologize for “mistaking” a German soccer star for a one of the gang members targeting vulnerable African refugees fleeing across the  Mediterranean to Europe (and we all know how deeply the site cares about refugee issues). Show More Summary

Lawmakers pressure Trump to let Central Americans stay in the US

Lawmakers from across the country are trying to build support in Congress to pressure President Donald Trump to allow nearly 300,000 immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador to stay in … Click to Continue »

El Salvador judge acquits 18 for role in 2012 gang truce

A judge in El Salvador has acquitted 18 people accused of illicit association for actions related to a 2012 gang treaty that temporarily lowered El Salvador's homicide rate. Judge Godofredo … Click to Continue »

Hunger, not crime, is driving Central Americans to US border

More people are fleeing poverty-stricken El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala for the southern border of the United States because of hunger and a lack of food than over fears of … Click to Continue »

Former Salvadoran colonel asks court to halt extradition

A former colonel in El Salvador's military is asking a federal appeals court to halt his extradition to Spain on charges he helped plot notorious killings during his country's civil … Click to Continue »

El Salvador court quashes arrest order for soldiers over 1989 murders

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador's Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed arrest warrants against a group of soldiers wanted in Spain for their alleged role in the 1989 killing of six Jesuit priests, a notorious atrocity of the Central American nation's bloody civil war.

El Salvador's supreme court sides with massacre suspects

El Salvador's supreme court has cancelled arrest orders for soldiers accused of participating in the killing of six Jesuit priests and two others in 1989 during the country's civil war. … Click to Continue »

Gang suspected in killing of El Salvador police officer

Police officials in El Salvador say suspected gang members have shot and killed a police officer and his daughter. National Civil Police director Howard Cotto said Tuesday that the officer … Click to Continue »

Morning Roundup: Who Is Still Posting To Craigslist's Missed Connections?

Plus, reflections on Dick Gregory's local life, an update on two brothers deported to El Salvador on the eve of going to college, and more in the news. [ more › ]

He had a college scholarship, but was deported. Now the former soccer star must build a life in El Salvador.

Lizandro Claros Saravia, 19, and his older brother Diego, were deported from the United States after living in Maryland since 2009. “I feel like in this country, I don’t have a future,” the soccer star said.

El Salvador legislation would prohibit adults marrying kids

El Salvador's congress has unanimously passed legislation that would outlaw marriage with minors. A government survey in 2015 found that there were some 22,361 minors between the ages of 12 … Click to Continue »

El Salvador scraps controversial law allowing pregnant minors to wed

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador lawmakers on Thursday unanimously voted to abolish a controversial, 23-year-old law that allowed men to marry underage girls they had impregnated, a practice that critics charged protected sexual assailants from criminal prosecution.

Viewing Picks for August 16, 2017

All Times Eastern College Football College Football Live — ESPN2, 3:30 p.m. CONCACAF League Quarterfinal, Leg 1, Estadio Cuscatlán, San Salvador, El Salvador CD Águila vs. Árabe Unido — YouTube, 10 p.m./Univision Deportes, 1 a.m. (Thursday) Golf USGA U.S. Show More Summary

Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame 5th Annual Induction Dinner

The 2017 Inductees included Non-Nevada Resident Boxers: Thomas “Hitman” Hearns, Erik “El Terrible” Morales, Michael Spinks, Salvador Sanchez, Michael Carbajal, Lucia Rijker; Nevada Resident Boxers: Leon Spinks, Richie Sandoval, Ken Norton; Non-Boxer Category: Rafael Garcia, Debbie Munch, Mel Greb, Dr. Show More Summary

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