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Published: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 02:56:47 -0800

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El Salvador: Bush Trip Finds Central America Still Mired

Sun, 24 Mar 2002 08:00:00 GMT

The Register-Guard, 24 Mar 2002 - SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - The United States lavished money and concern on El Salvador during its 12-year civil war, and in the decade since the fighting ended, Jose Jacobo Jimenez has held fast to the idea that this nation's hard-fought democracy must still matter to Washington. "Today, El Salvador is united with the United States," said Jimenez, a security guard. "They should take us into account."

El Salvador: Salvadorans Balk At American Plan To Use Airport

Tue, 04 Jul 2000 07:00:00 GMT

New York Times, 04 Jul 2000 - SAN SALVADOR -- The United States has touched a nerve in El Salvador by seeking to set up a military logistics point for its war on drugs in a country where American advisers, intelligence and money not long ago helped fuel a devastating civil war. The Salvadoran government agreed in March to allow American reconnaissance planes to use a military portion of the nation's international airport at Comalapa for refueling and maintenance as part of a regional network to monitor the routes used to smuggle drugs from South America to the United States.

El Salvador: U.S. to Establish CounterDrug Forward Operating

Thu, 13 Apr 2000 07:00:00 GMT

Inside the Pentagon, 13 Apr 2000 - The United States quietly signed an agreement with El Salvador last month to open a forward operating location at the international airport in the capital city of San Salvador, U.S. officials tell Inside the Pentagon. The site is to play host to U.S. military forces as they conduct counternarcotics surveillance and reconnaissance missions in the region. With the surprising new pact, El Salvador joins Ecuador and the Netherlands as host nations for U.S. forward operating locations, or FOLs, which are designed to replace the permanent basing facilities the United States maintained in Panama until last year. Under the 1978 Panama Canal Treaties, the United States pulled its last forces from Howard AFB and other facilities in Panama in December.

El Salvador: Wire: Group Targets Glue-Sniffing By Kids In El

Thu, 20 Aug 1998 07:00:00 GMT

Reuters, 20 Aug 1998 - SAN SALVADOR, (Reuters) - An international children's rights group has launched a campaign to get thousands of children from El Salvador to stop sniffing industrial glue for a cheap high. The Olof Palme Foundation, named after the late Swedish prime minister, said children addicted to glue suffer so much damage to the brain that it can impair their nervous system and motor skills.