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“There are no jobs for the educated Salvadorans, what jobs will the government create for us?” asked Éder Madrid, who has been the miners' champion.  Full Story

Advocates say they have no faith that local authorities can protect them from gangs who routinely demand extortion payments from residents and businesses. Full Story

The Central American nation upholds a total ban on abortion, which jails women for miscarriages and ends up prioritizing fetuses over women's lives.
Authorities announced a yellow alert for all of El Salvador because of the continued seismic activity.
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Salazar Umaña is a well-known businessman and alleged head of El Salvador's biggest criminal organization. 
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"I'm breaking the silence for my compañeras still in prison in El Salvador. It's time for women to make decisions about our own bodies," said Rivera.
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Ninety percent of the country's surface water is polluted mostly due to the mining industry. 
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A number of high-ranking officials from the U.S.-backed military have been called for trial over the massacre. 
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In addition to eight years in prison, Reynaldo Vasquez will also have to pay $400,000 to resolve his civil liability.
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