Stories about El Salvador from November, 2005
Tim's El Salvador Blog has two posts on last Friday's verdict against former Salvadoran Colonel, Nicolas Carranza in a Memphis, Tennessee federal court.
Tim's El Salvador Blog follows the story that the University of El Salvador has been shut down by protesters while Meg describes her run-ins with the Salvadoran military and police.
Marie uses her experience in El Salvador to think about corruption's affect on donations to development groups.
Tim's El Salvador Blog says that the Metropolitan Cathedral in San Salvador has been occupied by protesters calling for the repeal of Law 103. Update: Meg has a first hand account.
Tim's El Salvador Blog explains a war crime trial from the Salvadoran civil war being tried in Memphis.