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List Of International Friendlies This Year

The group of teams touring the USA this summer just got a little but more glamorous with the news that Liverpool will play three games in the US this summer. Jurgen Klopp will bring his side stateside to play Borussia Dortmund at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind, vs. Sevilla at Fenway Park and finally they will wrap up their tour against Sporting CP at Yankee Stadium. With little travel between the games, Liverpool are once again expected to conduct their preseason camp at Harvard Universi...
Tags: Europe, Usa, News, Washington, Mexico, US, Sport, Chicago, Canada, Soccer, United States, Glendale, Premier League, La Liga, Liverpool, Arsenal


Outcry after Trump officials reveal sixth migrant child died in US custody

Ten-year-old girl from El Salvador died on 29 September ‘due to fever and respiratory distress’ after complications with surgeryThe Trump administration has been forced to reveal that a 10 year-old migrant girl died in its custody more than seven months ago, sparking further outcry after a spate of recent migrant child deaths while detained by the US government.The 10 year-old girl from El Salvador is the sixth child to die in custody in the past eight months amid the immigration crisis. Her dea...
Tags: US, World news, US news, US immigration, El Salvador, Trump, Us-mexico Border, CBS News Continue


US border crisis: Sixth migrant child dies in immigration detention

A 10-year-old girl from El Salvador has died in US custody, it has emerged, bringing the total number of migrant children to have died after being detained by border authorities in the last eight months to six.Mark Weber, a spokesperson for the US Department of Health and Human Services, said the girl was “medically fragile,” with a history of congenital heart defects. She died in September 2018. Mr Weber says the child entered the custody of an Office of Refugee Resettlement in San Antonio, Tex...
Tags: Texas, News, Congress, US, Cbs, Omaha, El Salvador, Donald Trump, Trump, Weber, PHOENIX Arizona, Omaha Nebraska, HHS, San Antonio Texas, Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Office of Refugee Resettlement


A 10-Year-Old Migrant Girl Died In U.S. Custody & We Only Found Out 8 Months Later

A 10-year-old girl from El Salvador died in U.S. custody last September, but the government did not release this information until Wednesday. She is one of six migrant children who have died after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and being placed under the care of the U.S. government over the past eight months. Before this period, no migrant child had died while in federal custody since 2010.The girl, whose identity has not been made public yet, reportedly had a history of congenital heart defec...
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US border: Sixth death of migrant child in custody

A 10-year-old girl from El Salvador died under US care in September in a previously unreported case.
Tags: News, US, El Salvador


Migrant 10-year-old's death in US custody marks sixth case in a year

A girl from El Salvador died in 2018 while under US care in a previously unreported caseUS authorities say a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador died last year after being detained by border authorities in a previously unreported case.The death marks the sixth known case in the last year of a child dying after being detained by border officials. Continue reading...
Tags: Children, US, US news, US immigration, El Salvador, Trump Administration


A 10-year-old girl from El Salvador is the sixth migrant child to die in US custody, officials say

The death toll of migrant children in U.S. custody rose to six after federal authorities acknowledged that a 10-year-old girl died eight months ago.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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A 10-year-old from El Salvador is the 6th migrant child to die in US custody in 8 months

The death toll of migrant children in U.S. custody rose to six after federal authorities acknowledged that a 10-year-old girl died eight months ago.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, US, El Salvador, Usa Today


Girl, 10, 6th known child to die after US border detention

HOUSTON (AP) — U.S. authorities say a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador died last year after being detained by border authorities in a previously unreported case. The death marks the sixth known case in the last year. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Wednesday that she died on Sept. 29 at an […]
Tags: News, US, Ap, Nation, El Salvador, Houston, U S Department of Health and Human Services


El Salvador rejects Slim's bid for Telefonica unit; Slim to try again

El Salvador's competition authority has rejected Mexican telecoms firm America Movil's bid to acquire a local unit of Telefonica, but the company controlled by the family of billionaire Carlos Slim vowed to try again.
Tags: Money, businessNews, El Salvador, Telefonica, Carlos Slim, America Movil


El Salvador rejects Mexican tycoon Slim's bid for local Telefonica unit

El Salvador's competition authority on Tuesday said it had rejected a bid by Mexican telecoms company America Movil to acquire the local unit of Spanish rival Telefonica, arguing the planned takeover did not meet anti-trust requirements.
Tags: Money, businessNews, El Salvador, Telefonica, America Movil


In Barr, Trump has found his champion and advocate

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump could only be delighted to have his attorney general in El Salvador, dealing with his biggest issue: illegal immigration. Yet Barr did even better for his boss. In interviews from the Central American country, he's been offering cryptic comments suggesting the Russia probe unfairly targeted Trump.
Tags: News, Washington, Russia, Ap, El Salvador, Donald Trump, Barr, Barr Trump


El Salvador sentences 7 in ‘black widows’ insurance killings

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — A court in El Salvador has sentenced seven gang members to up to 30 years in the notorious “black widows” killings. Prosecutors accused the defendants of recruiting women to perform domestic work and then forcing them to marry men who were killed to collect on life insurance policies. The […]
Tags: News, Nation, El Salvador, San Salvador El Salvador


She May Have Saved a Life. Then She Was Arrested.

A motorist stopped to help three desperate young adults. Then a Border Patrol officer got involved.
Tags: Texas, News, El Salvador, Trump, Illegal Immigration, Todd, Donald J, Immigration and Emigration, Border Patrol (US, Teresa L


5.7 magnitude earthquake shakes Central America

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — A strong 5.7 magnitude earthquake has shaken Nicaragua and El Salvador, where buildings swayed and were evacuated in the capital. The U.S. Geological Survey says the earthquake was centered off the coast of Nicaragua at a depth of 43 miles (70 kilometers), but was felt throughout El Salvador. The […]
Tags: News, Nation, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Central America, U S Geological Survey, San Salvador El Salvador


A Good Samaritan and the Border Patrol

A motorist may have saved a life when she stopped to help three desperate young adults. Then she was arrested.
Tags: Texas, News, El Salvador, Border Patrol, Trump, Illegal Immigration, Donald J, Immigration and Emigration, Border Patrol (US, Scott Warren, Teresa L. Todd


'Island of Widows': The mystery disease killing sugarcane workers around the world

The heat seems to throb as it rises out of the cracked road running through the town of Chichigalpa, Nicaragua. But passing a group of men idling with their walking sticks on the street corner the thrumming is swallowed up by another, emanating from the strange devices bulging through the skin of their arms.   “They used to work on the sugar plantation like everyone else,” the driver of the makeshift tricycle taxi explains. “But now they've got it.” No-one could spend more than a few hours i...
Tags: Asia, Science, London, India, Africa, America, Britain, Santiago, Brazil, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Central America, Sri Lanka, Dominican Republic, University College, Managua


Aides’ Tactics For Handling Impulsive POTUS? Ignore Trump Twitter Announcements

In a White House run by President Trump, short attention spans are just part of the daily routine. Aides and lawmakers left to clean up the ashes of Trump’s impulsive policy announcements bank on the President forgetting his latest Twitter directive before they actually have to do the work to implement it, according to new reporting in the Atlantic. For example, at the end of March, the president announced he would be cutting off aide to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador as a means of deter...
Tags: Twitter, News, Congress, White House, Fbi, Chicago, Atlantic, United States, House, Senate Appropriations Committee, State Department, Nancy Pelosi, El Salvador, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Trump


Authenticity is Overrated: How Asian-Americans Use Food to Explore Their Identities

Like most Americans, Mackenzie Fegan grew up eating her weight in Campbell’s chicken noodle soup. But there was a twist, courtesy of her mother, who had moved from China as a child.“She would stir an egg into it with chopsticks and make a sort of egg drop soup mashup,” recalls the Brooklyn-based food writer, whose family opened the San Francisco institution Henry’s Hunan, once described by the New Yorker as the finest Chinese restaurant in the United States.But the best seller at Henry’s Hunan ...
Tags: Asia, Fashion, Music, Japan, New York, London, Minneapolis, China, Boston, Southeast Asia, India, New York City, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Taiwan


Violence Against Women in El Salvador Is Driving Them to Suicide — Or to the U.S. Border

It’s hard to grasp the scale of El Salvador’s problem with gender violence. In the Central American country of just six million people, one woman was the victim of a femicide — a man murdering of a woman or girl because of her gender — every 24 hours in 2018. That’s one of the worst…
Tags: News, Uncategorized, El Salvador


El Salvador ex-president Funes paid by Nicaragua government

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — A fugitive former El Salvador president who received asylum from Nicaragua in 2016 said Monday that he has been working there as a paid adviser to the government of President Daniel Ortega. Mauricio Funes engaged in a Twitter exchange with Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro, who had reported that the ex-leader […]
Tags: News, Nation, El Salvador, Nicaragua, MANAGUA Nicaragua, Funes, Carlos Fernando Chamorro, Daniel Ortega Mauricio Funes


Marine Corps Veteran Faces Deportation, Says His Crimes Are Linked To PTSD

In California, U.S. Marine Corps veteran is awaiting deportation to El Salvador. He says the crimes he committed were linked to PTSD from combat in Iraq.
Tags: News, California, Marine Corps, El Salvador, U S Marine Corps


El Salvador ex-first lady backs out of corruption plea deal

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — A former El Salvador first lady has pulled out of a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to corruption charges after they demanded she return $17.3 million in allegedly ill-gotten gains. Ana Ligia de Saca’s deal would have given her an abbreviated legal process and community service instead of […]
Tags: News, Nation, El Salvador, San Salvador El Salvador, Ana Ligia de Saca


Cleaning Out Our Own Closets This Ramadan: Bigotry

Before Muslims take a stand against xenophobia in the U.S., we really need to eradicate it from our own community. There. I said it. There is no nice way to put it. Muslims can be very intolerant of those outside their circles, particularly our Latino neighbors. How do I know? I am a Latina who came into Islam almost two decades ago, and I have experienced my fair share of stereotypes, prejudice, and just outright ignorance coming from my very own Muslim brethren. And I am not alone. My own fami...
Tags: Mexico, Religion, US, America, Spain, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Islam, Muslim, Fox News, South America, El Salvador, Donald Trump, Columbus, Caribbean


The Real Trump Foreign Policy: Stoking the G.O.P. Base

Why else would he pursue so many policies in Latin America that do not serve the national interest?
Tags: News, Venezuela, El Salvador, Honduras, Cuba, Latin America, Trump, Maduro, Nicolas, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, United States International Relations, Immigration and Emigration


El Salvador: Gangs try to force incoming leader to negotiate

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Salvadoran President Salvador Sánchez Cerén says street gangs are attacking police to try to force his successor to negotiate with them. President-elect Nayib Bukele is scheduled to take office June 1, and Sánchez Cerén said Tuesday that the gangs “are using threat to blackmail the incoming government to negotiate […]
Tags: News, Nation, El Salvador, San Salvador El Salvador, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, NAYIB BUKELE, Sanchez Ceren


2 police wounded by bomb in car in El Salvador’s capital

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Officials in El Salvador say a street gang put a fake body in an abandoned car to lure police officers into a car-bomb attack, the latest in a round of killings of police and soldiers. Authorities say suspected gang members wrapped a mannequin in blankets inside a car and […]
Tags: News, Nation, El Salvador, San Salvador El Salvador


Nonfiction: A Young Poet, a Mysterious Stranger and an El Salvador on the Brink of War

Carolyn Forché’s “What You Have Heard Is True” recalls her 1970s journey in the company of a revolutionary who wants her to bear witness to his country’s terror and bloodshed.
Tags: News, El Salvador, Torture, Carolyn, Books and Literature, Carolyn Forche, Forche


Solo Female Travel in Central America — Is it Safe?

Is it safe for a woman to travel alone in Central America? Absolutely. With the right research and preparation, almost every destination in the world can be traveled safely by women on their own. Central America has so much to offer — and it’s so much safer than many people think. The closest I’ve ever been to having an “Eat, Pray, Love” trip was when I went to Central America for several months. I had been struggling through one of the worst times in my life and what got me through it was tell...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Featured, Indonesia, Mexico, Germany, Southeast Asia, US, Blog, Spain, Colon, Colombia, Canada, United States, Italy, San Jose


This Week in Photography Books: Alexa Vachon

  It’s Passover coming up this weekend. (Or Easter, depending on your religious affiliation.) It’s a holy time of year for the Jewish people, as it represents the Israelites escape from Egypt, fleeing slavery. According to the Torah, (or the Old Testament,) the Jews then spent 40 years in the desert before being allowed into the kingdom of Israel. To Christians, Jesus was killed during Passover, crucified for his beliefs. Then, according to the New Testament, he was resurrected, as Jesus was the...
Tags: Google, Photography, Isis, Sweden, Berlin, Israel, Iran, Egypt, Taliban, Jesus, Catholic, El Salvador, Photography Books, Ellis Island, Alec Soth, Vachon