Stories about El Salvador from September, 2005
After summarizing an investigation which found that the Salvadoran government “has done little to prepare to evacuate the 12,700 people who live beside the Ilamatepec (Santa Ana) volcano,” Tim's El Salvador Blog today focuses on fleeing residents from the nearby community of Cantón Palo Campan who are not being supported...
Tim documents the flooding in El Salvador caused by hurricane Rita.
Tim's El Salvador Blog coversEl Salvador's battle with China in cotton underwear exports to the US.
As the U.S. and Guatemalan mens soccer teams prepare for tonight's match in Guatemala City, it appears that the Guatemalan blogging community is beginning to reach out more to English-language readers. On a post about the promotion of Guatemala's world heritage sites, Guate360 writes, “it is not uncommon for us...
Tim's El Salvador Blog says the Salvadoran police will begin monitoring lawyers who represent gang members.
Tim's El Salvador Blog notes that the Salvadoran “National Assembly passed a measure Wednesday night recommending that the government send a contingent of troops to the region affected by Hurricane Katrina.”