Tagged: EL Salvador

FSRN Weekly Edition – March 17, 2017

With revised travel ban on hold, the White House requests funds to expand deportations while slashing social spending Los Angeles students to use theater to prepare for anti-immigrant crackdowns Salvadoran deportees warn of looming...

FSRN Weekly Edition – October 21, 2016

Two new murders of campesino leaders in Honduras underscore climate of violence and impunity El Salvador wins long-running legal fight with Pacific Rim mining company Thailand observes year of mourning after death of King...

FSRN Weekly Edition – February 12, 2016

Russian-backed airstrikes against Syrian rebels causes new wave of refugees into Turkey Women’s rights groups in India mark Valentine’s Day by campaigning against gender-based violence Nigeria passes the cost of falling oil prices onto...

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Photo Essay: El Salvador election

Click on any image to launch the slideshow. Credit & Copyright – CISPES. Listen to Alice Ollstein’s interview with Alexis Stoumbelis, the Executive Director of the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El...

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Analysis: El Salvador’s close election

On March 9th, the people of El Salvador went to the polls and elected former guerrilla Salvador Sanchez Ceren as President by a razor-thin margin. International observers declared the election “free and fair”, but...

June 19, 2006

Download MP3 Headlines (5:07) PALESTINIAN AID PACKAGE APPROVED The Quartet of Middle East peace negotiators – which includes representative from the European Union, the US, the United Nations, and Russia – has approved a...