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FMLN running mates, Hugo Martinez and Karina Sosa, wrapped up a three-day tour on Sunday after visiting 30 municipalites to gather public concerns.
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"We hope that the Nicaraguan people will solve their problems, that no one will intervene."  Full Story

The family of then-South African Ambassador Archibald Gardner Dunn blames the Liberation People's Forces, of which Sanchez Ceren was a leader, for his 1979 kidnapping.
Demonstrators marched towards the Legislative Assembly where they intended to have their demands heard by a commission of different political factions.
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El Salvador's right-wing majority is trying to privatize water, but the FMLN and environmental movements are pushing back.
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The U.S. attorney general's decision could put asylum out of reach for at least 350,000 individuals currently seeking that status.
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Funes, who has been in exile in Nicaragua since September 2016, is accused of using public funds to pay for trips, home remodeling and hospital bills.
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"Detention is never in the best interests of the child and always constitutes a child rights violation," officials said.
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El Salvador is also set to provide humanitarian assistance to the Guatemalan people who have been injured as a result of Fuego's eruption.
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