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As El Salvador Proves, Championing the Cause of the Hungry Can Exact an Ultimate Price

Chris Herlinger | Posted 01.19.2015 | Religion
Chris Herlinger

This week the world commemorates the killings, 25 years ago, of six Jesuit priests (five of them from Spain), the clerics' housekeeper and her teen-age daughter. All were killed on the grounds of Central American University, a Jesuit institution in the capital of San Salvador. In El Salvador, the memory of those events has never died.

Is There a War Criminal Living in Your Backyard?

Pamela Merchant | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Pamela Merchant

If you live in our nation's capitol, one of your neighbors is Mohamed Ali Samantar, the former Minister of Defense for Somalia under the brutal Siad Barre regime. Is he above U.S. law?