Black Section SeparatorMore than 1,000 soldiers surrounded a district in El Salvadoran’s capital on Saturday as part of the president’s war on gangs.
Black Section SeparatorThe first six “delinquents” were arrested without specifying whether they were accused of being gang members or drug traffickers.
Black Section Separator8,500 soldiers and 1,500 police officers were sent to Soyapango, the country’s third largest city, to surround it after the president declared a state of e
Black Section SeparatorThe siege there has resulted in armored military vehicles carrying out patrols while heavily armed police search houses and people as they leave their neighb
Black Section SeparatorAccording to the latest government figures, 500 suspected gang members were arrested in Soyapango.
Black Section SeparatorHumanitarian groups question what they see as heavy-handed tactics after almost 60,000 suspected gang members were arrested since the state of emergency bega
Black Section SeparatorThe images were released by the office of the president and show heavily armed soldiers entering the area where small houses are constructed of concrete bloc
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