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Tag: El Salvador

Mexico Braces for New Caravan of Central American Migrants

April 10, 2019 

A caravan of about 2,500 Central Americans and Cubans is currently making their way north through Mexico to reach the U.S. as their final destination. Mexico is bracing for the “mother of all caravans,” to each Mexico.  Mexico Interior Secretary Olga Sanchez Cordero has said a caravan of migrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala….


Donald Trump to End Special Protections For Salvadorans

January 13, 2018 

The Trump administration’s decision to end special protection for about 200,000 Salvadoran Immigrants filled many Salvadoran families with fear, with the possibility that they may be deported. El Salvador becomes the fourth country since Donald Trump took office to lose protection under the program that provides humanitarian relief for people whose countries are hit by….


Pope Francis Beatifies The Late Archbishop Romero

May 25, 2015 

Giant crowds gathered in the Salvadoran capital of San Salvador to celebrate the beatification of slain Catholic archbishop Oscar Romero by Pope Francis. Thirty-five years ago the outspoken archbishop who championed the cause of the poor of El Salvador was assassinated by right wing assassins.  No one was ever convicted of the crime which was….


Tu Vez Latino Culinary Academy: Pupusas De Queso

October 18, 2011 

Welcome to the Tu Vez Latino Culinary Academy! We are determined to teach Latino men how to feed themselves without having to go to a drive-through. Will it be an old family recipe? A delicious cocktail? A trade secret? Stay tuned to find out!


Gold Cup Recap: Clenbuterol, Defecting Cubans, And Goals A-Plenty

June 10, 2011 

First off, apologies for missing out on the coverage of the United States/Canada and whatever other match was played on Tuesday night. With that out of the way, let’s get to the real (contaminated) meat and potatoes of what transpired yesterday in Charlotte, North Carolina.