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· February, 2007

Stories about El Salvador from February, 2007

Guatemala, El Salvador: A Web of Corruption and Murder

“The recent case of the open assassination of three prominent Salvadoran politicians and their driver in Guatemala provides a dramatic snapshot. It's shone a light on the criminal justice system...

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — unable to escape the past

The ghosts of El Salvador's twelve year civil war continue to surface in the news from El Salvador. First there was the story of Will Salgado, mayor of the city...

El Salvador: ANDA and the Perla scandal

Tim Muth continues his “Water for El Salvador” series by taking a look at the country's water utility including the 1990's corruption scandal which just recently brought about the extradition...

El Salvador: Lost Economist

Ethel from San Salvador is now officially an economist. But where to from here? “I know I wanna make positive changes in my society, in my country, etc, etc, etc,...

El Salvador: Ensuring Safe and Dependable Water

Tim Muth has started another excellent series, this time on issues affecting El Salvador's supply of safe and dependable drinking water. So far, the first post introduces the issues and...

El Salvador, Mexico: Hike in Corn Prices

Tim's El Salvador Blog takes a look at a variety of economic news stories focused on El Salvador including the rise in corn prices. That rise is also affecting Mexico,...

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