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  • El Salvador river threatened by molasses spill

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Environmental officials in El Salvador said more than 900,000 gallons of molasses spilled into a river near the border with Guatemala, fouling the waters and …

  • Former president of El Salvador Francisco Flores dies at 56

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Former Salvadoran President Francisco Flores, whose five years in power were tarnished by accusations of corruption and elitism, died Saturday in the capital after suffering …

  • Students heading to El Salvador to enrich other kids’ lives

    Emily Christianson spends her afternoons and weekends aerating lawns to raise money. The high school freshman doesn’t want fancy clothes or fast food; she’s raising money for a trip to …

  • They’re enriched by simplicity

    Rita Amberg Waldref, 62, and George Waldref, 57, got married 34 years ago today. They vowed from the beginning to “live simply that others might simply live,” as reads a …

  • Leftist takes El Salvador’s helm

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Nearly two decades after the end of a U.S.-backed war against El Salvador’s rebels, a representative of the former guerrilla movement took power on Monday …



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