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By Gerardo Reyes and Patricia Mazzei, The Miami HeraldSalvadoran police say photos that surfaced Friday show the legal adviser to American missionaries jailed in Haiti may be the lead suspect in a human trafficking ring involving child prostitution in El Salvador. Police say they are waiting for...
La PlazaWho killed the celebrated Salvadoran poet Roque Dalton? And should those accused of executing him be brought to justice now, or be granted unofficial clemency under President Mauricio Funes's "philosophy of change"?...
La PlazaA brazen attack against buses in San Salvador on June 20 left 16 people dead and resulted in more political discord for Funes. The country has one of the highest homicide rates in Latin America, and is terrorized by transnational gangs with roots in Los...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- A former MS-13 gang member turned anti-gang activist pleaded not guilty Monday to federal charges of involvement in multiple slayings, extortion and assaults in the Lafayette Park area. Alex Sanchez, 37, director of the nonprofit gang...
L.A. NOWFavorite hole-in-the-walls: Eater L.A. asked several of L.A.'s best chefs what their favorite hole-in-the-wall restaurants are: Some of LA's tastiest bites hail from random tiny, divey, ethnic abodes scattered all around (and outside of) town from...
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A Salvadoran's heartfelt thanks I am a native of El Salvador. My friends do not believe how beautiful the country is. I want to thank you for "Latin Revelation" [Oct. 7]. I could not have said it better and described El Pital as well as you did. --E....
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHE BEST WAY From LAX, nonstop service to San Salvador is offered on United, Taca and LACSA, and connecting service (change of planes) is offered on Continental and American. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $350. Car rentals from several major...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn a makeshift laboratory equipped with little more than a battered chair and a cheap kitchen scale, inventor Rene Nuņez Suarez displays the contraption that has become his life's obsession. It's a stainless-steel cooker that uses about 95% less fuel...
What impressed Joel Argueta first about Harvard-Westlake School was his locker -- a wide, ample affair that holds his backpack and all of his books. There's also a student lounge with comfortable couches, where he does homework and meets with new friends....
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersFor 15 years, he's been a "grocer" for Africa's destitute. But he's never seen anything like this. Pascal Joannes' job is to find grains, beans and oils to fill a food basket for Sudan's neediest people, from Darfur refugees to schoolchildren in the...
Times Staff WriterPerquin, El Salvador — EFRAIN Perez moves with a slight shuffle as he escorts visitors through the Museum of the Salvadoran Revolution. His halting gait, the result of bomb shrapnel that nearly pierced his brain, has slowed the 38-year-old ex-...
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