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›  El Salvador lays to rest another priest presumably assassinated by gangs - Crux: Covering all things Catholic

El Salvador lays to rest another priest presumably assassinated by gangs  Crux: Covering all things Catholic

Thousands attended the May 20 funeral of a Salvadoran priest found by his parishioners in what some presume is a gang killing.



›  El Salvador says analysis of America Movil-Telefonica deal not... - Reuters

El Salvador says analysis of America Movil-Telefonica deal not...  Reuters

El Salvador's competition authority said on Wednesday its review of Mexican telecoms firm America Movil's bid to acquire the local unit of Spain's Telefonica had ...



›  El Salvador rejects Slim's bid for Telefonica unit; Slim to try again - Reuters

El Salvador rejects Slim's bid for Telefonica unit; Slim to try again  Reuters

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador's competition authority has rejected Mexican telecoms firm America Movil's bid to acquire a local unit of Telefonica, but ...



›  El Salvador sentences 7 in ?black widows? insurance killings - Washington Post

El Salvador sentences 7 in ?black widows? insurance killings  Washington Post

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador ? A court in El Salvador sentenced seven gang members to up to 30 years Friday for the notorious ?black widows? killings, ...



›  Catholic priest slain by criminal gang in El Salvador - Vatican News

Catholic priest slain by criminal gang in El Salvador  Vatican News

By Linda Bordoni. 38-year-old father Cecilio Perez was reportedly shot dead by a presumed gang member while he slept on Saturday night in his parish in El ...



›  Violence Against Women in El Salvador Is Driving Them to Suicide ? Or to the U.S. Border - TIME

Violence Against Women in El Salvador Is Driving Them to Suicide ? Or to the U.S. Border  TIME

Today femicide and abuse are driving suicide rates up among Salvadoran women, and forcing many to flee north to seek asylum in the U.S..



›  MS-13 gang member suspected in Salvadoran priest?s death - Catholic News Agency

MS-13 gang member suspected in Salvadoran priest?s death  Catholic News Agency

A priest has been shot and killed by a suspected gang member in El Salvador, Vatican News reported Sunday. His funeral was held today in Sonzacate, ...



›  USA Clinches FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Berth With Penalty Kick Win vs. El Salvador - U.S. Soccer

USA Clinches FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Berth With Penalty Kick Win vs. El Salvador  U.S. Soccer

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico (May 18, 2019) ? The U.S. Beach Soccer National Team clinched a berth at the 2019 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup with a ...



›  Bay Area mother from El Salvador, detained for 6 months, is granted asylum - San Francisco Chronicle

Bay Area mother from El Salvador, detained for 6 months, is granted asylum  San Francisco Chronicle

A Bay Area mother arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement last fall, two months after giving birth, was granted asylum Monday, according to her ...



›  Hillstone Networks Safeguards Citizens and Operations for the Ministry of Labor in San Salvador - PRNewswire

Hillstone Networks Safeguards Citizens and Operations for the Ministry of Labor in San Salvador  PRNewswire

SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Hillstone Networks, a leading provider of Enterprise Security and Risk Management solutions, has ...



›  Violence, corruption among problems facing El Salvador's incoming president - CGTN America

Violence, corruption among problems facing El Salvador's incoming president  CGTN America

Gangs, violence, corruption and a stagnant economy are the problems Nayib Bukele will face when he takes office as El Salvador's next president June 1.



›  El Salvador ex-first lady backs out of corruption plea deal - Washington Post

El Salvador ex-first lady backs out of corruption plea deal  Washington Post

A former El Salvador first lady has pulled out of a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to corruption charges after they demanded she return $17.3 million in ...


 

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