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El Salvador continues crackdown on gangs as leaders flee to Mexico

Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) leaders fled to Mexico to evade the war declared against gangs by President Nayib Bukele in El Salvador, where arrests without...

El Salvador President says patience is the key when investing in bitcoin

El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele assured Saturday night that "patience is the key" when investing in bitcoin, a cryptocurrency legal tender in this Central...

El Salvador’s “war” against gangs leads to nearly 42,000 arrests

El Salvador has accumulated almost 42,000 detainees in the framework of a "war" against gangs declared almost three months ago by President Nayib Bukele,...

Gangs in El Salvador try to “evolve into guerrillas,” says Bukele

El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele, who has declared "war" on gangs, warned Saturday that these groups are trying to "evolve" into guerrilla groups by...

El Salvador President Bukele says OAS has no reason to exist

The President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, said Thursday that the Organization of American States (OAS) no longer has "no reason to exist", after...

El Salvador and the War Against its Violent Gangs

The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, assured that he is about to win the war against the violent gangs that controlled 80% of...

Salvadorans celebrate fruit harvest and pay tribute to the Cross

Hundreds of Salvadorans carrying fruits on wooden palancas toured the town of Santa Maria Ostuma, in central El Salvador, on Tuesday to thank the...

El Salvador’s only state zoo closes its doors after 69 years

El Salvador's National Zoo, the only state-run zoo, closed Thursday for good after operating for 69 years, and its more than 400 animals will...

El Salvadorans wait for bitcoin rebound by switching to dollars

In his clothing business in San Salvador, José Fredy Landaverde accepts bitcoin transactions as required by law in his country, but as soon as...

El Salvadoran woman freed after nearly 11 years in jail for criminalized childbirth

Jacqueline, who spent almost eleven years in jail for an out-of-hospital birth criminalized as attempted homicide, regained her freedom in El Salvador, where abortion...
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