El Salvador pays tribute to one of the greatest attacks against civilians perpetrated by a Latin American army in aims of preventing violence in the country.
Rights groups condemn opposition proposal to put sentences for abortion on a par with penalty for aggravated murder with extreme cruelty. the newly aproved abortion law change could leave women facing 50 years in jail
Rights groups have welcomed a ruling by El Salvador's Supreme Court which struck down an amnesty law approved in 1993.
This week in San Salvador, economic authorities from both countries intend to tighten economic relations and increase trade volume with a trade agreement.
The Salvadorian Association for Private Business presented a new package with proposals to rekindle growth and strengthen El Salvador’s economy.
Campaigners celebrate victory for ‘water over gold’ after country unaninmously ushers through historic bill to end all forms of metal mining
The country’s gangs specialise in extortion. But they may be branching out. Salvadoreans pay $756m a year, about 3% of GDP, to gangs, according to a study by the country’s central bank and the UN Development Programme.
How are the conditions in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador affecting the economy of the region?
In the summer of 2014, 70,000 unaccompanied minors (UACs) from the Northern Triangle – consisting of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador – crossed the U.S.-Mexico border
El Salvador, uno de los países con más reportes de homicidios del mundo, ha registrado un día sin un solo homicidio y lo que debería ser normal asombra a Latinoamerica.