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Central American nations to sign trade deal with South Korea

Five Central American nations are to sign a free trade deal with South Korea on Wednesday after more than two years of talks to ease tariffs and barriers on a range of products, El Salvador's government announced. Costa Rica, El Salvador,...Show More Summary

Suspected Illegal Immigrant Drunk Driver Allegedly Crashes Into Ambulance Carrying Toddler

A pre-schooler tragically lost his life after an alleged drunk driver plowed into the side of the ambulance in which he was riding. The suspect is allegedly an illegal alien from El Salvador. The boy’s mom, Lyndsay Ann Oakes, as well...Show More Summary

Airbnb chooses Mayor Bukele to promote El Salvador as an international tourist destination

The mayor of San Salvador and aspiring president of the republic, Nayib Bukele was chosen by the company Airbnb to promote El Salvador as an international tourist destination. Continue reading Airbnb chooses Mayor Bukele to promote El Salvador as an international tourist destination at Property Portal Watch.

El Salvador commutes woman's 30-year abortion sentence

El Salvador's Supreme Court on Thursday commuted the sentence of a woman serving 30 years in prison for what she says was a stillbirth. The court ruled the evidence in the case did not prove she took any specific action to abort the pregnancy, which is illegal in El Salvador, and thus was eligible...

El Salvador frees woman imprisoned over abortion

A Salvadoran woman serving a 30-year prison sentence for having an abortion is released after 10 years behind bars.

Salvadoran woman jailed for 11 years over stillbirth walks free

Teodora del Carmen Vásquez was sentenced to 30 years under country’s total ban on abortions A woman sentenced to 30 years in prison for aggravated murder after suffering a stillbirth has been freed in El Salvador in a case highlighting...Show More Summary

El Salvador releases woman jailed over abortion

A Salvadoran woman serving a 30-year jail sentence for having an abortion was released from prison on Thursday on the orders of the Supreme Court, her lawyer said. Wearing a white T-shirt, Teodora Vasquez was greeted by her family and...Show More Summary

SOBEWFF 2018: Joan Nathan Talks Jewish Food

When Joan Nathan wrote her most recent cookbook, King Solomon's Table: a Culinary Exploration of Jewish Cooking From Around the World, she traveled to El Salvador for research. One evening, she spent Shabbat dinner with a local family. A few minutes after she sat down, she looked at the table and noticed a peculiar plate of latkes.

Claribel Alegría, 93, Poet for Central America’s Voiceless, Dies

With roots in both Nicaragua and El Salvador, she wrote eloquently of sorrow and struggle.

U.N. finds possible extrajudicial killings in El Salvador gang offensive

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Police and soldiers in El Salvador may have committed extrajudicial killings and used excessive force in their battle against violent street gangs in the Central American country, the United Nations said on Monday.

Countries insulted by Trump use his words on tourism ads

Trump allegedly called Haiti, El Salvador and Africa's third-world nations 'shole countries' during an Oval Office discussion about immigration.

David Byrne Fires Back at ‘Racist’ Trump with ‘Beautiful Shitholes’ Playlist

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Ian Gavan/Getty The political mediasphere may have moved on from “shithole”-gate, but David Byrne hasn’t. Three weeks after President Donald Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador and the continent of Africa as “shithole countries,” the...Show More Summary

Central America's violent Northern Triangle in Trump's crosshairs

Debate is raging in America over how to adapt the country's immigration laws -- a process that will invariably affect Central America's so-called Northern Triangle. The region, made up of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, remains one of the most violent parts of the world outside of war zones, according to national statistics for 2017. Show More Summary

Washington State Is Getting a New Poet Laureate Tomorrow

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Tomorrow night will be a big night for literature in Washington. by Rich Smith Claudia Castro Luna hails from El Salvador, and she's recently been trying to repair the damage done by Trump's "shithole" countries comments. Timothy Aguero Tomorrow...Show More Summary

New Airbnb Ad Shows Different Side To President Trump’s “Shthole Countries”

The company’s new spot makes a polite counter-point to President Trump’s impression of Haiti, El Salvador, and Africa. What: A new Airbnb ad that’s trolling President Trump, just in time for his State of the Union address. Read Full Story

Prospects of Return to El Salvador Pose Difficult Choice

The Trump administration’s decision to rescind Temporary Protected Status for people from El Salvador (as well as Nicaragua, Sudan and Haiti) is confronting migrants with a terrible choice, explained Ramon Cardona in an interview with Dennis J. Bernstein. By Dennis…Read more ?

Thousands of Central American Kids Planned to Reunite With Family in the U.S. Trump Shut Them Out.

Jorge last saw his daughter Bany in 1998, when he left El Salvador to find work in the United States. His wife Silvia followed him a few years later, leaving Bany with Jorge’s parents until they could afford to bring her to their new home in Northern California. “The cost of coyotes started to get […]

These Democrats Refuse to Sit Through Trump’s First State of the Union

When President Donald Trump delivers his first State of the Uniom [sic] address Tuesday evening, a few faces will be missing from the audience. Following reports that Trump had called Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations “shithole countries,” several Democratic lawmakers announced they would skip the speech, while others had already said they weren’t going to attend. […]

'This can't be the end': For this Salvadoran family, L.A. feels like it has always been home

In the darkest moments, Orlando Zepeda often has found his way. When he was a teenager in El Salvador and civil war brought bombs and death to his front door, he escaped to the United States. When he was new to Los Angeles and struggling to earn enough to get by, an American family helped him get...

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