News

Jean Manes, the US Ambassador to El Salvador, was recently accused of overstepping diplomatic protocol (Photo: US Embassy in San Salvador)

September 14, 2016
Pressure on the country’s Attorney General to pursue a political agenda has heightened political tension in El Salvador Read more >>
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Human rights activists at a procession commemorating the Jesuit massacre.

September 9, 2016
The decision to reverse the 1993 Amnesty Law, has removed a major barrier to prosecuting Civil War-era crimes. Read more >>
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Legislative Assembly Approves Culture Law (Image by Transparencia Activa)

August 30, 2016
Among the beneficiaries of the law are artists, youth and indigenous communities. Read more >>
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Union and campesino leaders rally outside the Supreme Court to denounce attacks on El Salvador's democratic institutions as part of a "soft coup"

July 28, 2016
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CISPES delegates call on U.S.to end police and military training in the region

July 21, 2016
"Not only is this a violation of national sovereignty, it’s a serious violation of fundamental human rights" Read more >>
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