El Salvador to Seek International Help to Locate Ex-President Salvador Sanchez Ceren Wanted on Corruption, Money Laundering Charges

El Salvador to Seek International Help to Locate Ex-President Salvador Sanchez Ceren Wanted on Corruption Charges

After years of investigation, the attorney general of El Salvador issued an arrest warrant for the country's former president Salvador Sanchez Ceren.
Over 100 Undocumented Migrants From Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador Found Inside 2 Tractor-Trailers Near Texas Border

Over 100 Undocumented Migrants Found Inside 2 Tractor-Trailers Near Texas Border

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested more than 100 undocumented migrants after they were found crammed inside two tractor-trailers near the Texas border.
President Joe Biden's Administration to Expand Program Allowing Central American Minors into U.S.

President Joe Biden's Administration to Expand Program Allowing Central American Minors Into the U.S.

Preside Joe Biden's administration announced the expansion of a program that would allow more Central American migrants into the U.S.
Florida Man Arrested for Stealing Nearly 200 Ventilators Intended for El Salvador's Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients

Florida Man Arrested for Stealing Nearly 200 Ventilators Intended for El Salvador's Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients

Authorities arrested a Florida man after stealing nearly 200 ventilators intended for the COVID-19 patients in El Salvador.
5 El Salvador Officials, Listed Corrupt by States Department

5 El Salvador President's Allies Listed Corrupt by the U.S. States Department

Five El Salvador officials were included in the State Department's list of alleged corrupt Central America public servants.
El Salvador Congress Brews Concerns Over Top Judges Ousting

El Salvador Congress Brews Concerns Over Top Judges Ousting

El Salvador's Congress voted to oust top judges from their Supreme Court; Brewed International Concerns
Katherine Diaz: Olympic Surf Hopeful From El Salvador Killed by Lightning

Katherine Diaz: Olympic Surf Hopeful From El Salvador Killed by Lightning

Katherine Diaz, a top surfer from El Salvador, was killed after a lightning struck her during a training session on Friday.
Women Who Suffered From Miscarriage Are Jailed in El Salvador Due To Its Anti-Abortion Stance

El Salvador Women Who Had Miscarriage Jailed for "Abortion"

El Salvador has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world, with the country implementing its total abortion ban. It has been illegal in the Latin American country since 1998.
Nayib Bukele

El Salvador Congress Move Reopening to an Earlier Date After Strict Lockdown Measures by President Bukele

The new legislation would enable the gradual return of regular operations in the country following extreme restrictions by the administration. Passed by Congress with 63 out of 84 votes, it would take effect a week after ratification.
El Salvador Soldiers

Mexican and Other Latin American Militaries Become Tools for Abusive Governments

Armed forces are once again throwing their weight around following numerous street protests and demonstrations demanding actions against rising crime and corruption from their respective governments.
German Electricity Grid Insufficient For New Energy Needs

Bolivia Greenlights $2.65 Billion Budget to Increase Country's Energy Reserves

Bolivia has allocated $2.56 billion to boost its electricity reserves, increase transmission lines and start exporting power to Argentina. The Central Bank of Bolivia provided the funds from international reserves.
American Pharmaceutical Company Pfizer Propose To Takeover British AstraZeneca

How Viagra Might Have Caused Death of Pensioner

Drug manufacturer Pfizer said that their clinical trials showed no links between the impotence pill and cadiovascular events.
Brazil Faces New Health Epidemic As Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus Spreads Rapidly

Guillain-Barré, Zika Virus Connection Getting Stronger as Paralysis Cases Increase in Latin America

Doctors continue to witness an increase in patients exhibiting the symptoms of the condition.
Zika Virus Expert Urges Action in Venezuela; Denmark Confirms New Case

Zika Virus Expert Urges Action in Venezuela=

The Zika outbreak continues to cause concern around the globe, as an expert decried the lack of information on the virus available in Venezuela. Meanwhile, a Danish hospital confirmed that a tourist had been infected with the disease after visiting southern and central America.
Zika Virus: El Salvador Discourages Pregnancies Before 2018

El Salvador Fears Zika Virus, Discourages Pregnancies Before 2018

Amid growing concerns about the mosquito-borne Zika virus and associated birth defects, the government of El Salvador is asking its citizens to avoid pregnancies for the next two years.
El Salvador President Salvador Sánchez Cerén United Nations General Assembly UN

Former El Salvador Defense Minister Extradited for War Crimes

José Guillermo García-Merino, a former El Salvador Defense Minister who has been living in the United States, has been extradited to San Salvador to face justice for war crimes.
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