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Since 1997, El Salvador has had one of the world's most severe laws against women who have had abortions or those who are suspected of assisting others. Full Story

In January, the National Secretariat of Youth of El Salvador endorsed FMLN’s 2019 presidential candidate. Full Story

"What has more impact, the work of medical brigades that save lives … or other projects of limited social impact?" asked Jaime Miranda, El Salvador’s deputy foreign minister.
During his State of the Union speech, Trump referred to the gang as "savage" and said two teenage girls in New York state were "brutally murdered" by members.
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The reform also guarantees a women’s right to leave a workplace if they have faced psychological or physical abuse there.
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Abortion has been illegal since the Constitution came into force in 1999 under the conservative government, even if a pregnancy is the result of rape or poses a medical threat.
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According to the doctor's partner, her injuries and death were a result of a terrible fall down a flight of stairs.

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Gas-rich Qatar, which is spending some $500 million a week on World Cup projects, has recruited a huge immigrant workforce to help develop the country.
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The Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) hopes to almost double the number of seats it holds in the legislature from 21 to 40. 
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