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"… oft voice trembled, and tears spilled down her cheeks. She said police in El Salvador asked her to identify body parts pulled from a bag dumped in a river. She …"

"… ber 2013 and the end of August. News footage showed minors from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala simply walking up to agents to be taken in. Now a record num …"

"… r gang recruitment, extortion and retaliation in some countries. Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala have some of the highest per capita murder rates in the worl …"

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"… fforts by some scientists and health officials, primarily in Sri Lanka and El Salvador, to remove the herbicide for its potential link to the mysterious kidney d …"

"… untry to target glyphosate for its alleged role in chronic kidney disease. El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly approved a ban on 53 agrichemicals including glyp …"

"… ling herbicide — will have repercussions beyond the island’s borders. El Salvador recently elected a new president, Salvador Sánchez-Cerén, and proponents …"

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"… ol apprehensions of minors traveling on their own from three countries — El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras — leaped from about 4,060 in 2011 to nearly 21,5 …"

"… worst crime and murder rates in the world. Fifteen-year-old Maritza, from El Salvador, told researchers that a gang member warned her uncle that another man had …"

"… a gang member warned her uncle that another man had his eye on her. “In El Salvador, they take young girls, rape them and throw them in plastic bags,” Marit …"

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"… ks a significant turnaround for PAHO, which in 2011 rejected a proposal by El Salvador to recognize chronic kidney disease in agricultural workers as a distinct …"

"… .’s agenda and U.S. delegates were unaware of the ailment’s severity. El Salvador has since led a campaign by Central American nations demanding greater att …"

"… . Today, chronic kidney disease is the leading cause of hospital deaths in El Salvador, the PAHO resolution said. Dr. Carlos Orantes, director of El Salvador’ …"

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"… e of a mysterious form of kidney disease killing agricultural workers. In El Salvador, the congress approved a ban earlier this month on 53 agrochemicals. If th …"

"… ontemplated so far: The ban on 53 agrochemicals approved on September 5 by El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly, including leading products such as glyphosate, t …"

"… The move to prohibit major commercial brands has sparked resistance from El Salvador’s Chamber of Agriculture and Agribusiness (CAMAGRO), along with politici …"

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"… Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University. …"

"… ulation of agrochemicals. The declaration represented a major victory for El Salvador and its health minister, Dr. Maria Isabel Rodriguez. Ninety years old and …"

"… isease Control and Prevention, which in 2011 helped beat back an effort by El Salvador to declare the malady a top priority for the Americas. The CDC now says it …"

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"… ident Juan Rosa said the ID law is a valuable safeguard. Rosa, who is from El Salvador, became a citizen in 2002 and has voted since then, he said. Latinos will …"

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"… outbreak. In February 2011, the United States helped defeat a proposal by El Salvador and other Central American nations to include CKD in an initiative by the …"

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"… ple died each year — mostly manual laborers in harsh sugarcane fields of El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. As the death toll rises, those in a position to …"

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"… e Journalists‘ analysis of the latest World Health Organization data. In El Salvador and Nicaragua alone over the last two decades, the number of men dying fro …"

"… dy should die of kidney disease,” said Ramon Trabanino, a physician from El Salvador who has studied the epidemic for a decade. The surge of kidney disease is …"

"… dgets, and leaving a trail of widows and children in rural communities. In El Salvador, CKD is the second leading cause of death for men. In the province of …"

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"… ein (CPI) …"

"… 2005 to 2009, CKD claimed more than 2,800 men each year in the region; in El Salvador it is now the second-leading cause of death among adult men.This was the p …"

"… heehy for Public Radio International’s The World. Sheehy is based in the El Salvador offices of El Faro, an investigative website edited by Carlos Dada, a memb …"

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"… interviews and observations indicated the ailment was present: Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Guatemala. Studies have indicated the disease is spreading …"

"… ystem. But even this increase pales compared to men in Central America. In El Salvador and Nicaragua, the countries where data is complete from 1990 to 2009, mal …"

"… a cause of death being recorded. Dr. Mario Melendez Montano, who works in El Salvador, said that a significant proportion of CKD deaths are never recorded at al …"

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"… e Periodistas de Investigación (ICIJ, por sus siglas en inglés). Solo en El Salvador y Nicaragua, en las últimas dos décadas el número de hombres que murier …"

"… e debería morir de enfermedad renal”, dijo Ramón Trabanino, médico de El Salvador que ha estudiado la epidemia durante una década. La oleada de casos de e …"

"… o “nefropatía azucarera”. El director del programa nacional de ERC de El Salvador ha escrito acerca de una “nefropatía regional mesoamericana” que alg …"

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"… Nixon testified.But there was another class of nations, like Luxemburg or El Salvador, that were not vitally important to the national interest, he said. And th …"

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"… lvatrucha — 18th Street rivalry that has spread from Los Angeles to El Salvador.One reason for the violence, Belize’s top police official told me: big t …"

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"… in Guatemala, nestled amid winding dirt roads in a fertile valley near the El Salvador border where the problem allegedly began.Anatomy of the OutbreakWhen peopl …"

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"… ournalistMar Cabra (Spain) multimedia investigative journalistCarlos Dada (El Salvador) founder and director of the news website El FaroDavid Donald (United Stat …"

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"… 997 Ford Crown Victoria in Bangladesh, and a 2009 Mercury Grand Marquis in El Salvador, were incorrectly recorded as limos.If the data is correct, some federal e …"

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"… icide rates in the world. In 2010, the homicide rate per 100,000 people in El Salvador was at 66, Guatemala was at 50 and Honduras at 77. The often publicized ho …"

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"… ers — his absence hardly noticed amidst the season's normal holiday fare.El Salvador’s military, embroiled in civil war, was losing American confidence as re …"

"… out of the game, real quick.”The next morning Bush’s jet departed for El Salvador, and the crew made a re-fueling stop in Panama.There, Bush asked Panamania …"

"… ed to bring real democracy to Panama,” North recalled.Then it was off to El Salvador. The official report of the trip states that Bush visited with the Salvado …"

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"… to report on crime amid car bombs and threats from drug traffickers; from El Salvador, El Faro.net’s Carlos Dada recounted what it took to chase down a Cold W …"

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"… ed. Shortly after Hasenfus’ capture, the seasoned Times correspondent in El Salvador, James LeMoyne, called me with what sounded to me like a very wild story. …"

"… to me like a very wild story. It seems he had been told by his sources in El Salvador that a Salvadoran air force base just outside the capital was being used b …"

"… ould be that stupid. They wouldn’t do that. Well, LeMoyne’s story from El Salvador ran, including the allegations about the CIA. There were many red-faced de …"