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BY staff | San Salvador, El Salvador | 7/26/15
The Cuban Five - René González, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Gerardo Hernández y Fernando González - are now visiting several countries to give thanks to the people that supported them and support Cuba. As part of that, they made a historic visit to El Salvador on July 21.
BY Cherrene Horazuk | San Salvador, El Salvador | 3/17/14
Salvador Sanchez Ceren, Marxist leader, former guerrilla commander, teacher and trade unionist, won the March 9 presidential run-off elections by a narrow 6634 votes of the nearly 3 million cast, over the right-wing candidate, Norman Quijano.
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BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 4/27/10
Minneapolis, MN - On April 26, 100 supporters of immigrant rights gathered at an emergency protest in downtown Minneapolis. They came together to voice outrage at the new anti-immigrant law passed in Arizona.
BY Brad Sigal | | 6/05/09
San Salvador, El Salvador - In an historic day here, June 1, Mauricio Funes and Salvador Sanchez Ceren were sworn in as the new president and vice-president of El Salvador.
BY Brad Sigal | | 3/28/09
St. Paul, MN - The Salvadoran community and supporters gathered here on the evening of March 15 to watch election results and celebrate a historic victory for the left in El Salvador.
BY staff | | 4/01/08
In recent months the U.S. Department of Justice has sent threatening letters to the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), which works in solidarity with grassroots social justice movements and the left in El Salvador.
BY Cherrene Horazuk | | 12/01/04
Less than a week after the U.S. elections, labor leader Gilberto Soto was assassinated in Usulutan, El Salvador.
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