San Salvador, El Salvador
PEOPLE PARTICIPATE IN THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KILLING OF SIX JESUIT PRIESTS.
A Salvadoran peasant observes the display case where images of murdered archbishop Monsignor Arnulfo Romero are displayed together with his clothes, November 15. Religious members of Christian communities rememberd the tenth anniversary of the massacre on Monday of Romero, five other Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her teenage daughter. El Salvador's U.S.-backed army should accept and publicly apologize for its role in the massacre that happened a decade ago, the head of the country's Jesuit university said Monday. On the eve of the tenth anniversary of the November, 1989 killings, the rector of San Salvador's Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) Jose Mara Tojeira, said he was convinced the killings were the result of orders from top army commanders, not a rogue operation.