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· November, 2005

Stories about El Salvador from November, 2005

El Salvador: Jury verdict against Carranza

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.

El Salvador: Protests and Encounters with the Law

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.

El Salvador: Corruption and Donations

Marie uses her experience in El Salvador to think about corruption's affect on donations to development groups.

El Salvador: Metropolitan Cathedral Occupied by Protesters

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...

El Salvador: War crimes from the Salvadoran civil war on trial in Memphis

Tim's El Salvador Blog explains a war crime trial from the Salvadoran civil war being tried in Memphis.

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