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El Salvador refuses to recognize Brazil's new government

Sansalvador - El Salvador has said it refuses to recognize the new Brazilian government put in place after President Dilma Rousseff was suspended to face an impeachment trial.

Molasses spill triggers alert in El Salvador

Sansalvador - A molasses spill in a river in El Salvador from a sugarcane processing plant has triggered an alert by authorities worried about the effect on fish and people along the waterway.The civil protection service issued the alert after 3.

New force raids El Salvador gang districts

Sansalvador - Police and soldiers in El Salvador raided parts of the capital on Tuesday under a new campaign to break the reign of vicious gangs, officials said.

Drought parches El Salvador

San Salvador - Citing lack of rain, the Salvadoran government has declared a drought emergency as rivers and lakes have dropped to record levels and many are going days without running water.

El Salvador unleashes new elite force on gang bosses

Sansalvador - El Salvador on Wednesday deployed a new, heavily armed elite force of soldiers and police to hunt down gangs that have turned the country into one of the world's deadliest.

White tiger kills keeper, escapes El Salvador zoo

Sansalvador - A white tiger being kept in a private zoo in El Salvador fatally attacked its keeper on Friday and escaped but was recaptured hours later, police said."It was a horrible situation," a police inspector, Mario Macal, told AFP.

El Salvador launches probe after 'Panama Papers' leak

Sansalvador - State prosecutors in El Salvador said Wednesday they have launched a probe to see if Salvadorans identified in the Panama Papers leak broke any laws.

El Salvador passes law cracking down on jailed gang bosses

Sansalvador - Lawmakers in El Salvador on Friday passed a law imposing heavy prison restrictions on convicted bosses of the violent gangs that have made the country one of the most dangerous in the world.

El Salvador mulls crackdown on jailed gang leaders

Sansalvador - Lawmakers in El Salvador on Thursday began examining a government bill to impose heavy restrictions on imprisoned leaders of violent gangs that have made the country one of the most dangerous in the world.

As crime continues, El Salvador weighs limiting citizens' rights

San Salvador - Following the March killings of 11 people, including eight workers at an electric plant, the Salvadoran government is considering severe limits on the rights of the nation's six million citizens in an effort to get the country back under control.

Court freezes bank accounts of Salvador ex-president

Sansalvador - El Salvador's Supreme Court on Monday announced it was freezing bank accounts held by former president Elias Antonio Saca, who is under investigation on corruption charges.

11 people slain on outskirts of San Salvador

Sansalvador - Eleven people were found slain in a town on the outskirts of San Salvador, including eight workers at an electric plant, police said on Thursday.

Gangster and guards partied with strippers in Salvadoran prison

A video showing naked women bumping and grinding to Latin dance music for gang members and a guard at a Salvadoran prison has sparked an investigation into perks gangs may have received for cooperating with a short-lived, government-backed truce.

Theater versus thug life for El Salvador's youth

Sansalvador - The children and teens held hands in a circle in front of Mayan ruins west of El Salvador's capital, budding actors whose passion, officials hope, may keep them from the clutches of Central America's gangs.

Fish, other mosquitoes now warriors in Zika battle

Sansalvador - With larva-chomping fish and genetically modified insects, Latin Americans are deploying legions of little helpers to destroy mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus in the world's latest mass health scare.

Funeral for El Salvador ex-president suspected of graft

Sansalvador - Politicians, diplomats and business leaders in El Salvador on Monday bid farewell to Francisco Flores, a former president who died on the weekend aged 56 while awaiting trial on graft charges.

Salvadoran ex-president Flores dies after stroke: Party

Sansalvador - El Salvador's former president Francisco Flores has died, officials in his political party announced, days after he slipped into a coma following a massive stroke.

Arrested Salvadoran ex-president has brain damage

Sansalvador - El Salvador's former president Francisco Flores, who faces trial accused of embezzling millions of dollars in aid money for earthquake victims, has irreversible brain damage after suffering a stroke, doctors said Thursday.

Zika pregnancy panic a loaded issue for Latin America

Sansalvador - Don't get pregnant for the next two years.That is the warning El Salvador's government has issued women as Zika, a tropical virus blamed for causing severe birth defects, sweeps Latin America and the Caribbean.

El Salvador to arrest soldiers accused of 1989 priest murders

Sansalvador - El Salvador has vowed to arrest 17 retired soldiers accused of killing six Jesuit priests and two women in 1989.The announcement came two days after a Spanish judge sent a new request to international police agency Interpol demanding their arrest.
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