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Katie Pavlich - Slew of MS-13 Members From El Salvador Charged With Murder of Teenagers in Virginia
The Department of Justice announced murder and kidnapping charges for eleven MS-13 gang members in Alexandria, Virginia Friday morning. All of them are from El Salvador, range in age from 20 to 27-years old and are being prosecuted for the killing of teenagers Edvin Escobar Mendez and Sergio Arita T
How the mayor of a town in El Salvador keeps gang violence at bay
At night, San José Guayabal's streets are filled with little boys and girls. Shops now stay open late into the night in and owners don't have to worry about being extorted. The credit goes to Mayor Mauricio Villanova who, with the help of police, pushed gang members off the streets -- and out of tow
El Salvador anti-trust authority starts investigation into cement sector
The "Competence in the provision of goods and services for construction: cement, asphalt inputs and heavy machinery" investigation, will be carried out by the consulting company of Argentine origin GPR Economy, and will seek to characterise the economic chain of the domestic construction industry, b
Summer Postcard: The Animals of El Salvador | Opinion | The Harvard Crimson
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador—I sit in a coffee shop in El Salvador, reading a blog post released by the White House two days prior. The headline, titled like a xenophobic Buzzfeed article from hell, reads, “What You Need to Know About the Violent Animals of MS-13.”
El Salvador WON'T take deportees unless reunited with their kids
The government of El Salvador has said it won't take deportees the U.S. is trying to return to their home country until it is satisfied that they have been reunited with family members. The government's stance is the latest international effort to push back at the Trump administration's 'zero toler
El Salvador demands U.S. return child taken from deported father
FILE PHOTO: El Salvador's Vice Minister for Salvadorans Abroad Liduvina Magarin speaks during a high-level meeting on addressing large movements of refugees and migrants at the United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
Grandmother in El Salvador lives in fear after grandson murdered by MS-13
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador--In Santa Ana, about an hour outside the capital, thetwo main gangsMS-13 and Barrio 18 have tremendous power.
Inside El Salvador communities paralyzed by gang violence
Many immigrants say they're fleeing to the U.S. because of relentless gang violence in their homelands. Last year, nearly 30 percent of unaccompanied minors who entered the U.S. illegally came from El Salvador. Omar Villafranca reports from San Salvador, El Salvador, where police showed him how gang
Grandmother in El Salvador prays for detained granddaughter
ARMENIA, El Salvador (Reuters) - Ana Henriquez prays that her six-year-old granddaughter will soon be reunited with her mother, even if it means that they are both deported back to El Salvador. Ana Henriquez poses for a picture while holding a photograph of her granddaughter Alison Valencia, who wa
Girl fleeing violence in El Salvador was separated from family. Now she's in Tampa
An immigration attorney we spoke to says that's a good thing, but she's concerned the order to expedite the immigrants' cases, which will mean they could be deported hastily, without a fair chance to make their case for asylum.
Treacherous journey to U.S. a last resort for some fleeing violence in El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador--For many dreaming of a better life in America, the journey begins in Central America.
El Salvador calls on Trump to end family separation policy
"As a government we reiterate our call on the United States to cease the separation of boys and girls from their families at the border," Liduvina Magarin said in a statement,according to CNN."Along with consuls of Honduras and Guatemala we are making a coordinated effort to give attention to the mi
Fisherman From El Salvador Reunites With His 7-Year-Old Son After Being Separated Near U.S.-Mexico Border in Texas
Ever Alexander Morejon Gonzalez and his 7-year-old son, Emerson Alexander, walk hand-in-hand after being reunited following their separation by U.S. immigration officials. They were caught by U.S. authorities after being smuggled across the Rio Grande into Texas. (Credit: CNN)
New record: 99% of seized border kids from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador
Nearly all of the children trying to cross the Mexican-U.S. border since President Trump instituted a new zero tolerance policy have come from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, according to a top Mexican official.While Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray Caso on Tuesday also revealed that jus
El Salvador reports typhoid epidemic, hundreds of suspected cases - Outbreak News Today
El Salvador Minister of Public Health, Violeta Menjívar, said that there is an epidemic outbreak of typhoid fever that has affected some 26 municipalities in the country. Deputy Minister Julio Tobles Ticas with the El Salvador Ministry of Health and Social Assistance (Minsal) was more specific sayin
Belmont murder suspect arraigned in stabbing of ex, who kin say came to U.S. from El Salvador with her killer - NY Daily News
Jose Franco-Martinez, 53, was arraigned Monday in the Nassau County Medical Center's psychiatric ward. (Nassau County Police Department)
Maryland joins multistate lawsuit against Trump’s family separation policy
Donald Trump speaking about immigration policy in Phoenix, Arizona on Aug. 31, 2017. (Wikimedia Commons/User: Gage Skidmore)
Asylum 101: Here are the basics of what it is and who gets it
Immigrants come to the U.S. from somewhere else and want to stay. Many do it legally by going through government channels; others do it illegally by sneaking into the country or, more often, by overstaying a visa.
50 parents separated from their children await fate at Aurora ICE facility
A Denver immigration attorney described the 50 parents who were separated from their children at the Mexican border and are detained at an Aurora detention center: Heartbroken. Worried. Desperate for information.Through her work with the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, Brittany Hurley has
Three MS-13 gang members charged - The Boston Globe
Nelson Cruz Rodriguez Cartagena, 24, who re-entered the US after getting deported, was arrested Thursday in Everett, where he was illegally residing, according to a statement from the US Attorney’s office.