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Trans woman killed in El Salvador after U.S. deportation, rights group says
A transgender woman died this month in her native El Salvador shortly after being deported from the U.S., according to the Salvadoran trans advocacy group Asociación Aspidh Arcoiris Trans (ASPIDH).
Trans woman denied asylum by Trump administration murdered after deportation to El Salvador: report
President Donald Trump's tough anti-immigrant policies look to have resulted in the death of a trans woman who was murdered in El Salvador after being denied asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.
An Entire Town in El Salvador Mourned the Loss of 5 Lives Killed by Gang Members
Earlier this month, the town of Chalchuapa, El Salvador, mourned the brutal killing of a family of four plus a family friend. Among the victims was a 12-year-old basketball player.
Advocacy group says trans woman was killed after US deported her back to El Salvador
An transgender advocacy group says a trans women was killed shortly after the U.S. deported her back to her native El Salvador. Camila Díaz Córdova, 31, fled from the country to the U.S. last year via a migrant caravan to escape violent threats against her life, Asociación Aspidh Arcoiris Trans (ASP
A Salvadoran Transgender Woman Who Was Deported Has Reportedly Died After An Attack
Activists are responding to the death of a woman who was reportedly removed from the United States after attempting to seek asylum. The victim — identified by the LGBTQ newspaperWashington Blade only as Aurora (and sometimes Camila) — was a transgender woman who reportedly died after being deported
Trans woman is ‘murdered’ after being deported from US to El Salvador
A trans woman was reportedly murdered just months after she was deported from the US to her native El Salvador. The woman, known as Camila, was admitted to a hospital in San Salvador— the capital of El Salvador—on January 31 after being attacked, reports US-based LGBT+ news source Washington Blade.
The Top Three Security Challenges Facing El Salvador’s President-Elect Nayib Bukele
It is straight to business for El Salvador’s newly sworn-in President Nayib Bukele as he faces unparalleled expectations when it comes to tackling the country’s security policy.
State Dept’s Pro-LGBT Offensive Unwittingly Endangers Religious Liberty for Christians Worldwide
There’s not much middle ground in our politics today. Neither here at home, nor around the world. Let me try to establish some. Unlike many thinkers both left and right, and unlike the Trump State Department, I have a touching faith in Centrism. I believe that it’s possible, all at the same time, to
U.S., Central America launch plan to crack down on people smugglers
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - The United States and three Central American nations on Wednesday announced an effort to combat trafficking of people to the U.S.-Mexico border, days after U.S. President Donald Trump declared a national emergency, citing large-scale unlawful immigration.
It’s Foreign Policy That Distinguishes Bernie This Time
The conventional wisdom is that Bernie Sanders is a victim of his own success. His “populist agenda has helped push the party to the left,” declared The New York Times in its story about his presidential announcement. But in 2020, he may lose “ground to newer faces who have adopted many of his ideas
Immigrants With Temporary Protected Status Are Fighting to Stay in the U.S.
Donaldo Posadas Caceres is one of them. He spent six years high in the air, painting the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Now he's trying to bridge a policy gap. For the last 20 years, Donaldo Posadas Caceres has strapped on a harness with a paint gun to scale the towers and steel beams of some of the tallest
MS-13 gang member captured in Colorado and deported by ICE
DENVER (KKTV) - Authorities tracked a wanted man, reportedly part of the MS-13 gang, to Colorado. ICE announced the deportation of 23-year-old Oscar Antonio Rosas-Alas. He was located and arrested in Eagle County in March of 2018. He was deported on Wednesday.
Snowman pops up Vegas Strip as city sees rare winter weather
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Winter storms in the U.S. Southwest brought rare snowfall Thursday to the Las Vegas Strip, dusting casino marquees and prompting revelers to erect a snowman near the famous "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign.
'Enough is enough': Central American countries agree to help stop caravans, Kirstjen Nielsen says
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Wednesday that Central American nations have agreed to do more to stop migrant caravans and fight transnational crime.
Man extradited from El Salvador to face murder and torture charges in estranged wife’s Pacoima stabbing death
A man extradited from El Salvador in connection with his estranged wife’s stabbing death in Pacoima nearly nine years ago has been charged with murder and torture, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.
Snow in Vegas! Desert city gets first white stuff in decade
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Las Vegas is getting a rare taste of winter weather, with significant snowfall across the metro area for the first time in a decade. The National Weather Service said Las Vegas' half an inch (1.3 centimeters) of snow late Wednesday was the first measurable snow on a Feb. 20 since re
From the streets of El Salvador to a classroom in DC, this teacher is passing on worldly lessons through dance.
WASHINGTON, D.C., USA — Edwin Sorto isn’t your normal teacher… he’s a cool teacher. At least, that’s what his students say. Edwin teaches many subjects at the college-preparatory public school KIPP DC, including physical education, art, dance and Spanish. But what he’s most known for are his dance m
ICE: MS-13 gang member deported after being caught in Colorado
DENVER — An MS-13 member wanted for aggravated extortion was caught in Colorado this month by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to a news release from the Department of Homeland Security.
Reputed MS-13 Gang Member Deported By Denver ICE Agents
DENVER, CO — A 23-year-old El Salvadoran alleged gang member fugitive wanted on an Interpol warrant was deported to El Salvador, according to Denver's U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) branch.
Hundreds of families are still being separated at the border
Eight months after a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to stop separating parents and children at the US-Mexico border, families are still being separated. Newly released government data shows nearly 250 parents have been separated from their children since June 26. Meanwhile, a report