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A petition filed last week in federal court argues for the release of Manuel Duran, the Hispanic journalist arrested at an immigration protest on April 3rd, who ... Duran was a television reporter in El Salvador. ... The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) also called for Duran's release last week.
The SPLC is seeking the release of Manuel Duran, a journalist who was unlawfully arrested by Memphis police and detained by U.S. Immigration and ... Duran, who was a TV reporter in El Salvador, is now a well-known and respected reporter in Memphis for the Spanish-language publication Memphis ...

In El Salvador, authorities say journalist Karla Lisseth Turcios has been murdered. She worked for the magazine El Economista. Authorities say her father received a note with a death threat against her shortly before she was kidnapped from her home. Her body was later found along the side of the highway ...
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – A Salvadoran journalist reported missing on Sunday, April 15, has been found dead on the side of a road, according to media reports. Media reports said the body of Karla Turcios, 33, was found on a highway on the outskirts of Santa Rosa Guachipilin, 100 kilometers (62 ...
“And the second is a marked change in the country conditions. Specifically, the growing hostility towards journalists in El Salvador.” If the motion is granted, the case is re-opened, and Manuel could get have a bond. In less than 48 hours supporters have raised more than $11,000 for the journalist. “He has a ...

Manuel Duran, the reporter arrested this week while covering a Memphis protest, is an experienced journalist who has kept the city's Spanish-speaking population informed as a reporter for the past decade. Prosecutors said Thursday they were dropping criminal charges against Duran, 42, of El Salvador, ...
Trump also criticized El Salvador and Mexico for what he perceived as ineffective response to immigration. ... El Salvador just takes our money, and Mexico must help MORE with this problem. .... But Salvadoran journalists have shown that multiple cases of shootouts were in fact extrajudicial killings.

The week after Donald Trump was elected president, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bill Keller was invited to give a talk to the staff at WNYC radio in New York. As he understood it, his role was to be a “Dr. Phil” of sorts for the demoralized young journalists who worked at the station. But, while he was ...
Dan Boyd and Dan McKay of the Albuquerque Journal have reported on the cartoon's impact critically, a hard job for any journalist. Photojournalist Roberto E. Rosales, who is originally from El Salvador, was among journalists Marie C. Baca, Edumundo Carrillo and Rob Browman — all employees at the ...
Woman on a mission: Liliana Bloch survived war-torn El Salvador to make 'rock stars' of Texas artists .... Mirllama Clara Luz, 1, during a candlelight vigil on All Soul's Day at El Mozote, El Salvador, site of a massacre of an entire village by Salvadoran Army soldiers in 1981 during the guerilla war. She lost ...
SAN SALVADOR—Late one morning in the fall of 2016, police officers handcuffed a group of middle school-aged boys on a street in a neighborhood on the outskirts of El Salvador's capital. The boys were serving as lookouts for members of MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha, the violent street gang that originated ...
Vanessa and Enrique came to this country from El Salvador 20 years ago on tourist visas, after an earthquake devastated their homeland in 2001. They were able to stay in the U.S. ... She came to the U.S. 18 years ago, working first as a journalist, then a community organizer. Arias sends one-quarter of her ...
Avalos attributes it to repeated confrontations with other LA gangs, while journalist Ioan Grillo thinks it has more to do with the arrival of newer Salvadoran immigrants who were “hardened by the horrors” of civil war. Salvadoran journalists Carlos Martinez and Jose Luis Sanz, meanwhile, say that the gang's ...


 

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