The Trump administration has given El Salvador nationals 18 months to find a legal way to stay, or leave the country. The ruling will affect over 200,000 people from the Central American country.
Hundreds of participants threw rags drenched in gasoline at each other at the yearly event.
The country has reacted with shock and horror after Gustavito was beaten to death in his pen at the national zoo.
A strong, magnitude 7.
Locals in the town of Nejapa in El Salvador have gathered, to hurl fireballs at one another in honour of a huge volcanic eruption in 1922 which forced all of the residents to abandon the…
El Salvador’s former President Francisco Flores has died after suffering a stroke while awaiting trial on corruption charges. He was accused of
The former president of El Salvador’s football federation Reynaldo Vasquez has been arrested by police in relation to the on-going FIFA corruption
The archbishop who challenged the former military dictatorship and paid the price with his life has been beatified - the last step before being declared a saint - before a huge crowd in San Salvador.
El Salvador has sworn in a new president.
He’s the left-wing rebel leader Salvador Sanchez Ceren.
The 69-year-old is the first former guerrilla to
A fisherman who claims he spent more than a year adrift in the Pacific has returned home to El Salvador.
With his bushy beard gone, Jorge Salvador
A former left-wing guerrilla has won the first round in El Salvador’s presidential election but a close result means there will have to be a second
A suddenly active volcano in eastern El Salvador has prompted the authorities to order an evacuation of the surrounding three kilometre area.
Three decades ago the bloody and brutal civil war in El Salvador tore a little girl away from her mother. Now, Josefina Osorio Henriquez is able to
The El Salvador football federation has provisionally suspended 22 players for 30 days for their connection in an alleged match-fixing
A pregnant woman whose baby could only survive a few hours will undergo an early caesarian section, after El Salvador’s Supreme Court ruled she
Emergency crews are desperately searching for survivors in El Salvador after Hurricane Ida swept across the country triggering floods and mudslides
Floods and mudslides in El Salvador continue to claim lives. At least 124 people have died but with dozens missing, that number is expected to rise
Voters in El Salvador have turned their backs on the conservatives who have run the country for nearly two decades. The party of the former marxist
The FMLN, or Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front, went from rebel group to political party in 1992. This is when the country’s 12-year civil
Leftists in El Salvador are celebrating after the candidate of former Marxist guerrillas won the country’s presidential election.
The leader of the former Marxist rebel FMLN party has claimed victory in El Salvador’s presidential election.
With most of the votes counted