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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...

El Salvador President Bukele cancels trip to bitcoin conference in Miami

Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele resigned Wednesday from participating in a major bitcoin conference this week in Miami, in the southeastern United States, citing "unforeseen...

El Salvador declares state of emergency over spike in gang killings

El Salvadoran lawmakers on Sunday declared a state of emergency at President Nayib Bukele's request, expanding police powers and curtailing civil liberties as the...

Salvadorans march against bitcoin and ‘dictatorship’

Thousands of Salvadorans protested Wednesday against the government's introduction of bitcoin as legal tender in the impoverished country as well as against judicial reforms...

Government of El Salvador defends Bukele’s right to stand for reelection

The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, has the right to stand as a candidate in the next elections, protected by a decision of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court.

In world first, bitcoin becomes legal tender in El Salvador

El Salvador on Tuesday became the first country in the world to accept bitcoin as legal tender, despite widespread domestic skepticism and international warnings of risks for consumers.

El Salvador’s Bukele gets greenlight to run for re-election

El Salvador's top court Friday said populist President Nayib Bukele would be allowed to run for a second term, despite the country's constitution prohibiting...

El Salvador seeks arrest of ex-president Sanchez Ceren for graft

El Salvador's attorney general has issued an arrest warrant for leftist former president Salvador Sanchez Ceren and announced the apprehension of several ex-ministers on...

Former Latin American leaders condemn ‘breakdown in the rule of law’ in El Salvador

The declaration comes after El Salvador’s new Legislative Assembly voted Saturday to dismiss top Supreme Court judges who opposed populist President Nayib Bukele.

Deadly political attack in El Salvador a ‘setback’ for peace

El Salvador, still raw from a civil war that ended three decades ago, united to preserve peace in its upcoming elections after a deadly attack during the campaign. 

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