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El Salvador: 125 killed in 3 days as gang violence soars

National Police deputy director Howard Cotto reported that 40 people were slain on Sunday, 42 on Monday and 43 on Tuesday.

El Salvador’s street gangs target women and girls

Even those who gather statistics say there are no reliable numbers on sexual violence in El Salvador.

FIFA World Cup: Brazil freezes over when Seleçao train

Country comes to standstill even if national team is only kicking about in neighbourhood.

Honduras: More than a matter of life and death

Honduras, in the new century, has been making the football noise mostly for the right reasons.

Castaway fisherman returns home in El Salvador

Alvarenga’s tale left many skeptical, but experts said it would be humanly possible for him to survive.

Pregnant and at risk,a young Salvadoran tests abortion law

Beatriz spends her days in a hospital room,anxiously watching her belly grow

Latin fest in Bengal

Nine Latin American countries will organise a food and cultural festival in West Bengal in November,Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said here on Saturday.

US Secret Service sex scandal widens to El Salvador

Agents allegedly paid for sex at a strip club and took escorts back to their hotel rooms.

Hero women tour

In the first round of the 15th and final leg at the BPGC she has been paired with Nalini Singh Siwach.

Obama looking for quick exit from top Libya role

The most obvious candidate to take control–NATO military alliance,also happens to be led by US.

Tropical Storm Agatha kills 96 in Central America

The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America after killing at least 96 people in the region,sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries.

El Salvador floods,mudslides kill 124,60 missing

Mud and boulders loosened by heavy rains swept down a volcano and partly buried a small town,swallowing up homes as flooding and landslides across El Salvador killed at least 124 people.

Swine flu deaths mount in Central,South America

The death toll from swine flu continued to mount throughout Central and South America,with Panama reporting its first fatality.