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MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DCS
April 04, 2021
Relatives of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
Relatives of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, take part in her burial ceremony in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DCO
April 04, 2021
Relatives of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
Relatives of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, carries flowers prior to her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DCN
April 04, 2021
A hearse carrying the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
A hearse carrying the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, arrives at a cemetery for her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DCM
April 04, 2021
A hearse carrying the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
A hearse carrying the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, leaves a funeral home prior to her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DCL
April 04, 2021
Relatives of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
Relatives of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, board a bus prior to her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DCK
April 04, 2021
A hearse carries the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
A hearse carries the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, arrives at a cemetery for her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DB8
April 04, 2021
Relatives stand by the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
Relatives stand by the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, at a cemetery during her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DB9
April 04, 2021
A woman carries flowers behind a hearse carrying the coffin containing the body of Victoria Salazar,...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
A woman carries flowers behind a hearse carrying the coffin containing the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, at a cemetery in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DBA
April 04, 2021
A hearse carrying the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Funeral of Victoria Salazar, who died after Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back, in...
A hearse carrying the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, leaves a funeral home prior to her burial in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB6DBB
April 04, 2021
A woman stands in front of a funeral home where the familiy of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Familiy of Victoria Salazar attend her funeral in Sonsonate
A woman stands in front of a funeral home where the familiy of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, attend her funeral in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 4, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMAN
RTXB55HQ
April 03, 2021
Edwin Alfonso Olivares, a relative of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
The body of Victoria Salazar arrives to El Salvador
Edwin Alfonso Olivares, a relative of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, speaks outside a funeral home in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 3, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMAN
RTXB55G7
April 03, 2021
Members of the media stand outside a funeral home at the arrival of a hearse that carries the coffin...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
The body of Victoria Salazar arrives to El Salvador
Members of the media stand outside a funeral home at the arrival of a hearse that carries the coffin containing the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 3, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB54W0
April 03, 2021
A hearse carrying the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A hearse carries the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar during her arrival to El Salvador...
A hearse carrying the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, arrives to a funeral home in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 3, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMAN
RTXB54W2
April 03, 2021
Rosibel Emerita Arriaza, mother of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
The body of Victoria Salazar arrives to El Salvador
Rosibel Emerita Arriaza, mother of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, travels in a government car, in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 3, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
RTXB54W1
April 03, 2021
A hearse carrying the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A hearse carries the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar during her arrival to El Salvador...
A hearse carrying the coffin that contains the body of Victoria Salazar, a Salvadoran woman who died after a Mexican police officer was seen kneeling on her back in a video, arrives to a funeral home in Sonsonate, El Salvador April 3, 2021. REUTERS / Jose Cabezas
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO
RTS2KASQ
June 30, 2019
A hearse carrying the remains of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter Valeria, migrants who...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Hearse carrying the remains of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter Valeria passes by the...
A hearse carrying the remains of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter Valeria, migrants who drowned in the Rio Grande river during their journey to the U.S., passes by the city of Sonsonate, El Salvador, June 30, 2019. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO
RTS2KAOT
June 30, 2019
A hearse carrying the remains of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter Valeria, migrants who...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Hearse carrying the remains of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter Valeria passes by the...
A hearse carrying the remains of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter Valeria, migrants who drowned in the Rio Grande river during their journey to the U.S., passes by the city of Sonsonate, El Salvador, June 30, 2019. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX6GXN7
October 29, 2018
People belonging to a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States try to board...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
People belonging to a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States try to board...
People belonging to a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States try to board a bus in Sonsonate, El Salvador, October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX6GXN1
October 29, 2018
People belonging to a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States, try to aboard...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
People belonging to a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States, try to aboard...
People belonging to a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States, try to aboard a bus in Sonsonate, El Salvador, October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX6GXM5
October 29, 2018
A peddler, part of a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States, is seen in Sonsonate,...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A peddler, part of a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States, is seen in Sonsonate...
A peddler, part of a caravan of migrants from El Salvador en route to the United States, is seen in Sonsonate, El Salvador, October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUJT
May 21, 2013
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit together at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit together at the Izalco prison
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit together at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates at the Izalco prison handed over handmade knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUJS
May 21, 2013
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates at the Izalco prison handed over handmade knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUJR
May 21, 2013
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph in the bathrooms at the Izalco prison,...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph in the bathrooms at the Izalco prison...
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph in the bathrooms at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates at the Izalco prison handed over handmade knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUJC
May 21, 2013
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over handmade knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUIB
May 21, 2013
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over handmade knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUI9
May 20, 2013
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison
An imprisoned member of street gang Mara 18 poses for a photograph at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over handmade knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUI5
May 20, 2013
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit next to handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit next to handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping...
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit next to handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping illegally at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUI4
May 20, 2013
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit behind handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit behind handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping...
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit behind handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping illegally at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXZUI3
May 20, 2013
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 arrange handmade knives they were keeping illegally at the...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 arrange handmade knives they were keeping illegally at the...
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 arrange handmade knives they were keeping illegally at the Izalco prison, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce between the country's two most powerful gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), following a truce treaty signed by both sides in March 2012 to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXYNB2
April 16, 2013
A handcuffed suspect enters the court in Sonsonate April 15, 2013. Salvadoran Nelson Valdimir Valencia...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A handcuffed suspect enters the court in Sonsonate
A handcuffed suspect enters the court in Sonsonate April 15, 2013. Salvadoran Nelson Valdimir Valencia is accused of having kidnapped four-year old Mexican girl Valeria Hernandez from Texcoco, on the outskirts of Mexico City the beginning of April and taking her to El Salvador. Valencia left the girl at the house of local residents in Sonsonate who alerted the police. Valeria has been flown back to Mexico where she was reunited with her family, according to local media. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
EL SALVADOR/
RTXYNAT
April 16, 2013
A police officer drags a handcuffed suspect off the back of a police pick up truck in Sonsonate April...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A police officer drags a handcuffed suspect off the back of a police pick up truck in Sonsonate
A police officer drags a handcuffed suspect off the back of a police pick up truck in Sonsonate April 15, 2013. Salvadoran Nelson Valdimir Valencia is accused of having kidnapped four-year old Mexican girl Valeria Hernandez from Texcoco, on the outskirts of Mexico City the beginning of April and taking her to El Salvador. Valencia left the girl at the house of local residents in Sonsonate who alerted the police. Valeria has been flown back to Mexico where she was reunited with her family, according to local media. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
EL SALVADOR/
RTR3EMSQ
March 06, 2013
A jailed gang member poses for a photograph at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A jailed gang member poses for a photograph at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
A jailed gang member poses for a photograph at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL SALVADOR/
RTR3EMSO
March 06, 2013
A jailed gang member sits at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A jailed gang member sits at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
A jailed gang member sits at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMKM
March 06, 2013
A jailed gang member gets a tattoo done by a fellow inmate at the maximum security jail of Izalco in...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A jailed gang member gets a tattoo done by a fellow inmate at the maximum security jail of Izalco in...
A jailed gang member gets a tattoo done by a fellow inmate at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL SALVADOR/
RTR3EMKL
March 06, 2013
Jailed gang members play a board game at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013....
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Jailed gang members play a board game at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
Jailed gang members play a board game at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMK2
March 06, 2013
Bishop Fabio Colindres (R) stands with a jailed gang member at the maximum security jail of Izalco in...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Bishop Fabio Colindres stands with a jailed gang member at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate...
Bishop Fabio Colindres (R) stands with a jailed gang member at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMK1
March 06, 2013
A jailed gang member hangs up laundry at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013....
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A jailed gang member hangs up laundry at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
A jailed gang member hangs up laundry at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMJV
March 06, 2013
A jailed gang member poses for a photograph at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A jailed gang member poses for a photograph at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
A jailed gang member poses for a photograph at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMJP
March 06, 2013
A jailed gang member gets a tattoo done by a fellow inmate at the maximum security jail of Izalco in...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A jailed gang member gets a tattoo done by a fellow inmate at the maximum security jail of Izalco in...
A jailed gang member gets a tattoo done by a fellow inmate at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMJD
March 06, 2013
Jailed gang members are seen inside a cell at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Jailed gang members are seen inside a cell at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
Jailed gang members are seen inside a cell at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMJB
March 06, 2013
Jailed gang members play a game of table tennis at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Jailed gang members play a game of table tennis at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
Jailed gang members play a game of table tennis at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY SPORT TENNIS)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMIZ
March 06, 2013
Jailed gang members stand inside the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Jailed gang members stand inside the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate
Jailed gang members stand inside the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMIV
March 06, 2013
Jailed gang members play with a set of hand-made cards at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Jailed gang members play with a set of hand-made cards at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate...
Jailed gang members play with a set of hand-made cards at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
EL-SALVADOR/
RTR3EMIF
March 06, 2013
A board with pictures of jailed gang members is seen at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A board with pictures of jailed gang members is seen at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate...
A board with pictures of jailed gang members is seen at the maximum security jail of Izalco in Sonsonate March 5, 2013. Jailed members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), members of civic organizations and Bishop Fabio Colindres celebrated mass to mark the first anniversary since the two gangs signed a truce in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR3DJUA
February 09, 2013
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates in a pledge event during a news conference at the Sonsonate jail, outside San Salvador February 8, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves representatives of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), who pledge not to commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It was held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between the two gangs which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. according to the pact's negotiators. Sonsonate is the second most violent city in El Salvador. Picture taken on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 09, 2013
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates in a pledge event during a news conference at the Sonsonate jail, outside San Salvador February 8, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves representatives of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), who pledge not to commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It was held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between the two gangs which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. according to the pact's negotiators. Sonsonate is the second most violent city in El Salvador. The initials on the ring is in reference to the MS-13 gang. Picture taken on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 09, 2013
Inmates and members of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang participate in a pledge event during...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Inmates and members of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang participate in a pledge event during...
Inmates and members of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang participate in a pledge event during a news conference at the Sonsonate jail, outside San Salvador February 8, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves representatives of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), who pledge not to commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It was held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between the two gangs which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. according to the pact's negotiators. Sonsonate is the second most violent city in El Salvador. Picture taken on February 8. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 09, 2013
Walter Geovani Salguero (C), 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang,...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Walter Geovani Salguero (C), 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates in a pledge event with other members during a news conference at the Sonsonate jail, outside San Salvador February 8, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves representatives of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), who pledge not to commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It was held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between the two gangs which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. according to the pact's negotiators. Sonsonate is the second most violent city in El Salvador. The initials on the ring is in reference to the MS-13 gang. Picture taken on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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February 09, 2013
Inmates and members of street gangs are seen after a pledge event at the Sonsonate jail, outside San...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Inmates and members of street gangs are seen after a pledge event at the Sonsonate jail
Inmates and members of street gangs are seen after a pledge event at the Sonsonate jail, outside San Salvador February 8, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves representatives of the country's two most powerful gangs El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), who pledge not to commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It was held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between the two gangs which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. according to the pact's negotiators. Sonsonate is the second most violent city in El Salvador. Picture taken on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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February 09, 2013
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates...
Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates in a pledge event during a news conference at the Sonsonate jail, outside San Salvador February 8, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves representatives of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and the 18th Street gang (Mara 18), who pledge not to commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It was held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between the two gangs which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. according to the pact's negotiators. Sonsonate is the second most violent city in El Salvador. The initials on the ring is in reference to the MS-13 gang. Picture taken on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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January 23, 2013
Elva Perez, a Salvadoran woman from the indigenous Pipil group, participates in a ceremony held in memory...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Elva Perez, a Salvadoran woman from the indigenous Pipil group, participates in a ceremony held in memory...
Elva Perez, a Salvadoran woman from the indigenous Pipil group, participates in a ceremony held in memory of peasants and fellow indigenous people who were killed in 1932, in Sonsonate January 22, 2013. A ceremony was held to remember the thousands of peasants who were killed by government forces in an uprising on January 22, 1932. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 28, 2008
A worker washes coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008....
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A worker washes coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
A worker washes coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
A worker washes coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008....
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A worker washes coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
A worker washes coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
Coffee bean are cleaned at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Coffee bean are cleaned at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
Coffee bean are cleaned at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
A worker holds out coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26,...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A worker holds out coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
A worker holds out coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
Taster Nicolas Diaz samples coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26,...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Taster Nicolas Diaz samples coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
Taster Nicolas Diaz samples coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
Workers select coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008....
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Workers select coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
Workers select coffee beans at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
Workers pack coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Workers pack coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
Workers pack coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
Workers pack coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning...
Sonsonate, El Salvador
Workers pack coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
Workers pack coffee at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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March 28, 2008
A worker fills a coffee bag at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008....
Sonsonate, El Salvador
A worker fills a coffee bag at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate
A worker fills a coffee bag at La Majada coffee cooperative in Sonsonate, El Salvador, March 26, 2008. Meaning "a group of people", La Majada owns two large mills and employs over 580 workers, most of whom are small-holder producers. The cooperative takes pride for its quality coffee as well as its commitment to social projects. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR)
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