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Major earthquake hits off coast of El Salvadorupdated: Mon Aug 27 2012 04:38:00

A powerful magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck off the coast of El Salvador late Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported

New investigation launched into prostitution scandalupdated: Tue May 01 2012 16:51:00

The acting inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security is investigating the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia, in addition to four congressional committees as well as internal reviews by the agency, the military and the White House.

Agents spend wild night at strip club?updated: Fri Apr 27 2012 05:28:00

CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to a KIRO reporter about a new report of Secret Service misconduct in El Salvador.

Fresh report, 'rumors flying' of past Secret Service misconductupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 05:28:00

The Secret Service continued to be rocked Thursday by allegations of its agents' transgressions, though one U.S. government official cautioned against assuming there are systemic problems or that they are not properly investigated.

Report: Double-decker bus crash in Argentina kills 11updated: Sat Apr 07 2012 08:11:00

At least 11 people died and another 50 were injured when the driver of double-decker bus traveling from Bolivia to Argentina lost control of the vehicle, which veered three meters off a cliff, Argentinean state media said.

U.S. soccer team eliminated from London Olympics by El Salvadorupdated: Tue Mar 27 2012 05:49:00

The United States men's Olympic soccer team had its hopes dashed Monday night after a dramatic late goal killed its chances of going to London.

SI.com: Avi Creditor: Will shocking exit have long-term effect on U.S.?updated: Tue Mar 27 2012 01:23:00

The unthinkable transpired in Nashville, Tenn., as the favored U.S. Under-23 men's national team failed to get out of its own group in its attempt to qualify for the summer's Olympics following a 3-3 draw with El Salvador. Here are three thoughts and player ratings following a stunning result:

CNNMoney: American Airlines to lay out cuts to unionsupdated: Tue Jan 31 2012 09:48:00

American Airlines' parent is meeting with its unions this week to lay out cost cuts it wants to implement as part of its bankruptcy reorganization -- moves that could cost many of the company's 81,000 workers their jobs and a portion of their pension benefits.

Peace Corps scales back in Central America amid raging violenceupdated: Fri Dec 23 2011 20:08:00

The Peace Corps is slashing operations in Honduras and scaling back in El Salvador and Guatemala, citing security concerns in a region beset by violence linked to the lucrative drug trade.

Senate blocks reappointment of ambassador to El Salvadorupdated: Mon Dec 12 2011 21:18:00

Senate Republicans on Monday blocked President Obama's choice to be ambassador to El Salvador after raising questions about whether her former boyfriend was a spy for Cuba. Republicans also were concerned that Mari Carmen Aponte wrote a commentary about gay pride that offended some citizens in the conservative Catholic country.

GOP, don't play politics with Obama's ambassador confirmationupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 10:01:00

The United States is on the verge of losing a fierce advocate for democracy in Latin America. Mari Carmen Aponte, ambassador to El Salvador, was initially nominated by President Obama in late 2009. He made her a recess appointment in August 2010. She has hit the ground running in a Central American country that, thanks to her tireless work, has become a close partner and ally of the United States. It was the first Latin American country to send troops to Afghanistan.

Ongoing Central American rains a reminder of Mitchupdated: Wed Oct 19 2011 12:35:00

The death toll from recent rain and flooding in Central America rose to at least 91 Wednesday as the deluge rivaled what the region witnessed during the deadly Hurricane Mitch in 1998.

At least 60 dead as heavy rain hits Central Americaupdated: Mon Oct 17 2011 19:07:00

Heavy rain that has killed at least 60 people in Central America is not expected to let up soon, authorities said Monday.

Dozens killed as heavy rains hammer Central Americaupdated: Sun Oct 16 2011 17:49:00

Dozens of people have been killed in Central America as heavy rains continue to hammer the region.

Abbas stumps for Palestinian statehood in El Salvadorupdated: Mon Oct 10 2011 08:31:00

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who is on a three-country tour in Latin America in a bid to build support for U.N. recognition of a Palestinian state, met with the president of El Salvador on Sunday.

6.2-magnitude quake hits northern Argentinaupdated: Thu Oct 06 2011 08:26:00

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.2 struck near San Salvador de Jujuy, in northern Argentina, on Thursday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

Guatemalan mayoral candidate accused of killing rivalsupdated: Wed Jul 06 2011 15:03:00

A local politician in Guatemala had two rivals killed before faking an assassination attempt on himself, presumably to disguise his involvement, authorities said.

SI.com: Steve Davis: 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup previewupdated: Sat Jun 04 2011 11:32:00

Five storylines to follow as the CONCACAF Gold Cup kicks off Sunday:

Spanish court indicts 20 Salvadoran military officialsupdated: Mon May 30 2011 12:57:00

Spain's National Court issued an arrest warrant Monday for 20 Salvadoran military officials in connection with the slayings of six priests, their housekeeper and her daughter more than two decades ago.

Obama cutting Latin America trip shortupdated: Wed Mar 23 2011 12:54:00

U.S. President Barack Obama is cutting his Latin America trip short by a few hours to tend to the ongoing situation in Libya.

Opening up Latin American marketsupdated: Sat Mar 19 2011 21:32:00

The President maintains his focus on international crises in Japan and Libya and discusses his trip to Latin America.

President Obama visiting three Latin American success storiesupdated: Sat Mar 19 2011 21:32:00

It's his first trip to South America, one that many doubted would happen at all.

11 Salvadoran gang members sentenced in killing of foreign filmmakerupdated: Tue Mar 15 2011 11:47:00

Eleven gang members were convicted and sentenced in El Salvador for the killing of a foreign filmmaker who had documented their lives, the country's attorney general's office said.

Tsunami warnings and advisories remain across Pacific regionupdated: Fri Mar 11 2011 18:46:00

Tsunami waves that raced across the Pacific Ocean triggered warnings in more than 50 countries and territories Friday, but there were few immediate reports of major damage outside of Japan.

El Salvador says dozens of immigrants abducted from train in Mexicoupdated: Wed Dec 22 2010 21:54:00

About 50 Central American immigrants were kidnapped by gunmen earlier this month from a train crossing through Mexico, a Salvadoran official told CNN en Español Wednesday. The government of Mexico has not confirmed or denied the incident.

From Cairo to Cambodia: How tennis is gunning for world dominationupdated: Fri Nov 26 2010 08:14:00

It is a move the tennis world hopes will have as much impact on the court as a bullet-like passing shot from Roger Federer or a fierce smash from Serena Williams.

Tennis under the Khmer Rougeupdated: Fri Nov 26 2010 08:14:00

CNN's Candy Reid reports from Cambodia and the history of tennis under the reign of Pol Pot.

At least 16 people dead in El Salvador juvenile facility fireupdated: Wed Nov 10 2010 13:19:00

At least 16 people died and another 22 were injured Wednesday in a fire at a juvenile detention center in El Salvador, said Mauricio Ramirez Landaverde, the interim chief for the national civil police force.

Legal adviser in Haiti kidnap case extradited to U.S.updated: Tue Sep 14 2010 10:09:00

A man who provided legal advice to 10 U.S. Baptists accused of kidnapping 33 Haitian children after January's earthquake has been extradited from the Dominican Republic to the United States on alien-smuggling charges, the U.S. Marshals Service said.

Third migrant survived Mexico massacre, El Salvador's president saysupdated: Mon Sep 06 2010 07:42:00

A third migrant survived a massacre that left 72 dead in a Mexican border state, and could play a key role in authorities' investigation of the crime, El Salvador's president said.

Inside human trafficking in Mexicoupdated: Mon Sep 06 2010 07:42:00

CNN's Rafael Romo reports on the investigation into human trafficking in Mexico.

Human trafficking second only to drugs in Mexicoupdated: Fri Aug 27 2010 08:14:00

Mario Santos likely never made it to the United States.

Hospital: 16th person dies from burns in El Salvador bus attackupdated: Fri Jun 25 2010 14:19:00

A 16th person has died from burns suffered in a Sunday night arson attack on a mass transit bus in El Salvador, authorities said Friday. Two other people were shot to death in a separate attack on another bus around the same time.

Police: 11 dead after attackers set fire to bus in El Salvadorupdated: Mon Jun 21 2010 05:22:00

At least 11 passengers were killed and eight others injured Sunday night when assailants set fire to a mass transit bus in San Salvador, El Salvador, police said.

More than 175 dead from weekend storm in Central Americaupdated: Wed Jun 02 2010 08:55:00

The death toll from Tropical Storm Agatha continued to grow Tuesday, with 152 reported killed in Guatemala, 16 in Honduras and nine in El Salvador.

Tropical storm leaves at least 115 dead in Central Americaupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 08:26:00

At least 115 people have died after a tropical storm battered Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador over the weekend, officials in those countries reported.

Agatha leaves 82 dead in Guatemala, El Salvadorupdated: Sun May 30 2010 21:28:00

The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha were headed into the Caribbean Sea late Sunday after leaving behind more than 80 dead in Guatemala and El Salvador, authorities in those countries reported.

Adviser to missionaries in Haiti kidnap case is arrestedupdated: Fri Mar 19 2010 16:59:00

A man who provided legal advice to 10 American Baptists accused of kidnapping 33 Haitian children after the earthquake there was arrested Thursday night in the Dominican Republic and accused of human trafficking, the country's anti-narcotics agency said Friday.

'Paquito,' 7, vanished crossing borderupdated: Tue Mar 16 2010 08:42:00

On December 7, 1993, at around midnight, a 7-year-old boy named Jose Fuentes slipped through a hole in a high metal fence, crossing from Northern Mexico into Southern California.

Three more arrested in filmmaker's killing in El Salvadorupdated: Wed Feb 17 2010 03:58:00

Three Salvadoran gang members were arrested Monday in connection with the killing of French filmmaker Christian Poveda last June, police said.

Missionary adviser a wanted manupdated: Mon Feb 15 2010 16:29:00

The lawyer for American missionaries held in Haiti faces charges in El Salvador. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.

SI.com: World Soccer: Honduras' World Cup berth a boon for nation's leadersupdated: Tue Dec 01 2009 14:37:00

Bliss, pure bliss. October 14, 2009, will be remembered for the people of Honduras taking to the streets to celebrate the national team's miraculous qualification for the World Cup in South Africa.

Floods, mudslides kill scores in El Salvadorupdated: Mon Nov 09 2009 18:51:00

At least 130 people have died and dozens are missing after heavy rains triggered flooding and mudslides that buried communities Sunday and left a swath of destruction in El Salvador, officials said Monday.

El Salvador mudslidesupdated: Mon Nov 09 2009 18:51:00

Deadly mudslides have devastated El Salvador as days of rain ahead of Hurricane Ida weaken hillsides.

Mexico and U.S. book places in World Cupupdated: Sun Oct 11 2009 12:25:00

Mexico and the United States will be going to the 2010 World Cup finals after winning their penultimate matches in CONCACAF qualifying on Saturday night.

SI.com: Luis Bueno: Mexico's qualifying turnaround isn't airtight just yetupdated: Fri Oct 09 2009 12:52:00

Mexico is back, or so the Hexagonal table says. El Tri needs just one win to get into South Africa 2010 and complete its remarkable comeback. A win over El Salvador on Saturday (6 p.m. ET, Telemundo), combined with other results, could catapult Mexico into first place, and it could remain there until the final round of CONCACAF qualifying ends on Oct. 14.

SI.com: Soccer America: Where are veteran leaders on U.S. national team?updated: Tue Oct 06 2009 12:34:00

Mired in mediocrity, the U.S. nevertheless pushed to the brink of qualification for the 2010 World Cup when it posted critical wins over Hexagonal minnows El Salvador and Trinidad and Tobago last month. Yet questions of selection, confidence and leadership persist.

SI.com: Jonah Freedman: Best player U.S. has ever produced comes through when it countsupdated: Thu Sep 17 2009 21:18:00

SANDY, Utah -- So who has been the standout for U.S. Soccer this past year? That's the question I need to answer, as my ballot arrived just this past week for the Honda Player of Year, voted on annually by the American soccer media.

Gang members, cop arrested in filmmaker's slaying in El Salvadorupdated: Wed Sep 09 2009 22:10:00

Five men in El Salvador, including a police officer, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the killing last week of French filmmaker and photographer Christian Poveda, the country's attorney general's office said.

SI.com: Grant Wahl: U.S. badly needs win at Trinidad in World Cup qualifierupdated: Wed Sep 09 2009 13:07:00

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- It's tough to feel a sense of urgency when you're sitting in a luxury hotel overlooking the Caribbean Sea on a glorious late-summer afternoon. But it's still possible, especially if you're Tim Howard, the goalkeeper whose U.S. national team needs a victory in Wednesday's World Cup qualifier against Trinidad and Tobago (7 p.m. ET, ESPN Classic, TeleFutura) to feel good about its chances of reaching South Africa 2010.

SI.com: Jonah Freedman: Alvarez found home away from home with El Salvadorupdated: Fri Sep 04 2009 17:03:00

This isn't exactly what Arturo Alvarez pictured back when he was a speedy phenom dominating the soccer fields as a kid in Houston. But then again, realizing your lifelong dream never goes exactly to plan.

SI.com: The Bonus: Alvarez has found a home away from home with El Salvadorupdated: Fri Sep 04 2009 17:03:00

This isn't exactly what Arturo Alvarez pictured back when he was a speedy phenom dominating the soccer fields as a kid in Houston. But then again, realizing your lifelong dream never goes exactly to plan.

SI.com: Grant Wahl: U.S. opens pair of crucial games Saturday vs. El Salvadorupdated: Fri Sep 04 2009 15:41:00

PARK CITY, Utah -- It's almost certain that the U.S. won't clinch a World Cup berth in this week's important qualifiers -- that would require two U.S. wins and two Mexico losses -- but the third-place Americans have almost zero margin for error in a tight four-team race for three automatic spots in South Africa 2010.

Documentary filmmaker shot dead in El Salvadorupdated: Fri Sep 04 2009 10:25:00

A French filmmaker who recently finished a documentary about a violent street gang in El Salvador was found shot dead in the town of Tonacatepeque, about 10 miles northeast of the capital city of San Salvador, authorities said.

SI.com: Soccer America: MLS clubs eye CONCACAF Champions League titleupdated: Tue Aug 18 2009 14:21:00

Here comes another round of international competition for three MLS teams, all of which aspire to lift the league trophy in November. Four-time MLS champion D.C. United and defending champ Columbus Crew open CONCACAF Champions League group play Tuesday against Honduran club Marathón and USL-1 upstart Puerto Rico Islanders, respectively. Houston, MLS Cup winner in 2006 and '07, plays Isidro Metapán of El Salvador Wednesday.

SI.com: Jonah Freedman: Szetela faces long road back to U.S. national teamupdated: Mon Jul 27 2009 14:52:00

From Olympic-team starter to Serie B bench-warmer in less than 12 months, Danny Szetela may be one of the few American players whose move to Europe actually set him back in the national-team pool.

Mexico win boosts 2010 qualifying hopesupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 10:58:00

Mexico bounced back from two successive defeats to beat Trinidad and Tobago 2-1 on Wednesday and keep alive hopes of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup finals.

SI.com: Luis Bueno: Leadership, consistency key as Aguirre re-takes the helmupdated: Tue Jun 09 2009 10:33:00

Once again, Mexico will usher in a new era and again it will start with a World Cup qualifier. Much like last August, a new coach will debut in a qualifying game in charge of El Tri and he'll either be crowned the conquering hero or will leave many wondering why a change was made in the first place.

El Salvador's first leftist president inauguratedupdated: Mon Jun 01 2009 15:56:00

Mauricio Funes was inaugurated Monday as El Salvador's president, promising to work for the nation's poor and disadvantaged.

SI.com: Soccer America: Changes in store for U.S. vs. Trinidad and Tobagoupdated: Wed Apr 01 2009 12:00:00

Unlike people in many professions, soccer players seldom sulk or mope after a disappointing game, usually because there's another one right around the corner. Except for those rare occasions when a season or cup run ends in excruciating fashion, players must get on with it.

SI.com: Soccer America: U.S. might look to shuffle the deck at El Salvadorupdated: Fri Mar 27 2009 11:16:00

Last August, the U.S. began the semifinal round of CONCACAF 2010 World Cup qualifying by winning in Guatemala for the first time. Its first away test in the Hexagonal comes Saturday (9 p.m. ET, ESPN2, TeleFutura) in San Salvador, a city in which it has won and tied in two previous qualifying visits, so a victory won't be as historic. But it will be no less important, especially should Mexico, which lost 2-0 to the U.S. in Columbus, Ohio, last month, fail to beat Costa Rica in Azteca Stadium.

SI.com: World Soccer: El Salvador's World Cup march sullied by accusationsupdated: Tue Mar 24 2009 12:27:00

Once considered the strongest team in Central America -- before it was overtaken by Costa Rica and Honduras -- El Salvador has reached the final stage of the CONCACAF regional World Cup qualifiers for the first time in 12 years. (El Salvador hosts the U.S. on Saturday in the second game of the Hexagonal.)

El Salvador prepares for crucial electionupdated: Mon Mar 16 2009 19:51:00

Voters in El Salvador will line up at a crossroads of history Sunday, deciding whether to give the presidency to a political party that 17 years ago was waging guerrilla war on the government.

Leftist claims El Salvador presidencyupdated: Mon Mar 16 2009 07:17:00

Mauricio Funes, a member of a political party that waged guerrilla war against the government 17 years ago, claimed the presidency of El Salvador on Sunday night.

20 alleged Hispanic gang members indicted in Coloradoupdated: Tue Feb 24 2009 19:13:00

Twenty alleged members of a Hispanic gang believed to be one of the nation's largest and most violent have been indicted in Colorado on drug and firearm charges, authorities said Tuesday.

Recession lands immigrants in 'Devil's Cave'updated: Thu Jan 29 2009 17:48:00

Enter the "Devil's Cave" by pulling aside the wooden grate beneath the porch of the abandoned suburban New Jersey home. Crawl inside to see the filthy, mismatched blankets and the garbage and empty soda and alcohol bottles strewn about. Catch your breath against the smell.

El Salvador's ex-guerilla group loses capital, strong elsewhereupdated: Mon Jan 19 2009 23:09:00

Tallies from Sunday's nationwide voting showed El Salvador's main leftist party losing its hold on the capital but opening a lead Monday in the Legislative Assembly.

Sunday vote in El Salvador may hint at coming presidential pickupdated: Fri Jan 16 2009 20:50:00

El Salvador will elect more than 340 local and congressional officials Sunday, two months before the nation's presidential election. But Sunday's results could go a long way toward determining who that next president will be.

Spanish court opens 'Jesuit Massacre' caseupdated: Wed Jan 14 2009 02:31:00

Spain's National Court opened an official investigation into 14 former military officers in El Salvador accused of killing six priests, their housekeeper and her daughter in November 1989.

Suspected gang members arrested in North Carolinaupdated: Tue Jun 24 2008 17:21:00

Twenty-six alleged members of a Hispanic gang believed to be one of the nation's largest and most violent were indicted in North Carolina and charged with offenses including drug activity, racketeering, assault and murder, according to federal court documents.

Time.com: 26 Gang Members Indicted in Drug Ringupdated: Tue Jun 24 2008 17:00:00

A federal grand jury indicted 26 reputed members of the international gang, MS-13, accused of running a cross-border drug ring

Five die as Honduras jet overshoots runwayupdated: Sat May 31 2008 11:28:00

Five people died and more than 80 were injured when a commercial airliner overshot the runway into an adjoining street, crushing three vehicles and splitting into three sections before resting a few feet from a house, officials said.

After 2 Iraq tours, Marine gets U.S. citizenship updated: Mon Mar 31 2008 10:41:00

U.S. Marine Cpl. Mario Ramos-Villalta put on his freshly pressed uniform early Thursday as a citizen of El Salvador. By the end of the day, he would be a citizen of the United States of America.

Marine gets U.S. citizenshipupdated: Mon Mar 31 2008 10:41:00

Marine Cpl. Mario Ramos-Villalta of El Salvador became a U.S. citizen Thursday, a week after CNN profiled him.

Life of a 'green-card' Marineupdated: Fri Mar 21 2008 13:15:00

Mario Ramos-Villalta, a citizen of El Salvador, describes his experiences in Iraq as a U.S. Marine.

'Green-card Marine' prepares for 3rd deploymentupdated: Fri Mar 21 2008 13:15:00

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Mario Ramos-Villalta flashes a broad smile from beneath his camouflage cap as he talks about the country he loves and why he became a Marine.

Honduras detains hundreds in crime crackdownupdated: Tue Mar 18 2008 07:38:00

More than 5,000 soldiers and police have fanned out across Honduras to fight a wave of violent crime that also has swept across El Salvador and Guatemala.

Persian food El Salvador styleupdated: Fri Nov 30 2007 11:06:00

Hala and I traveled to Washington, D.C. for this month's "Inside the Middle East" show shoot.

China's FDA boss executedupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 00:33:00

China's FDA boss executed

SI.com: Greg Lalas: U.S. wasn't perfect, but got needed resultupdated: Sun Jun 17 2007 22:16:00

Gillette Stadium's "Curva Sud," as I like to think of the south end in Foxborough, was reserved for Panamanian fans during Saturday's U.S.-Panama Gold Cup quarterfinal match.

SI.com: Greg Lalas: Complete performance brings back U.S. confidenceupdated: Wed Jun 13 2007 01:19:00

OK, all you pessimistic doomsdayers out there (I'm looking at you, Jonah Freedman), you can settle down now and go back to your games of D&D. Or your oenology studies. Or whatever it is you do when you're not complaining about the U.S. national team's failure to run up the score on some CONCACAF midget.

Euro 2008 tickets oversubscribedupdated: Mon Apr 02 2007 08:38:00

Tickets for the 2008 European Championship finals were 30 times oversubscribed after seats went on sale in the first round of applications, European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Monday.

CNNMoney: U.S. workers need work? Go to El Salvadorupdated: Thu Jul 27 2006 14:03:00

In order to meet the demands of companies outsourcing their call centers to El Salvador, the Central American country is beginning a program to recruit its employees from an unlikely location: the United States.

Travel talk: have your sayupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 05:51:00

Travel always provides a wealth of experiences. Have you ever had an interesting, crazy, amazing or bizarre incident whilst overseas on business? We want to hear about what you've been upto. Have your say with CNN.

Search called off in Guatemala townupdated: Tue Oct 11 2005 00:06:00

Guatemalan authorities called off the search Tuesday for bodies in Panabaj, where between 600 and 1,000 people may be buried under a mudslide that obliterated the town five days earlier.

Massive international sting nets 660 updated: Thu Sep 08 2005 17:26:00

A massive international sweep targeting violent MS-13 gang members in the United States and Central America produced about 660 arrests, law enforcement authorities announced Thursday.

Pacific storm threatens Central Americaupdated: Wed May 18 2005 11:25:00

An unusual-moving Pacific tropical storm threatened Guatemala and El Salvador on Wednesday, and forecasters said it may reach hurricane strength before landfall.

Money Magazine: Best investments 2005: Bondsupdated: Wed Dec 08 2004 17:40:00

Junk and foreign bonds beat going long. Risk: High-yield debt is more tied to economic ups and downs.

McBride inspires U.S. to victoryupdated: Sun Oct 10 2004 07:25:00

Brian McBride and debutant Eddie Johnson gave the United States a 2-0 victory over El Salvador in their World Cup qualifier on Saturday.

FIFA sent video of U.S. Cup clashupdated: Tue Sep 07 2004 03:43:00

CONCACAF officials have sent a video of the United States-El Salvador World Cup qualifier to FIFA, following Saturday's ill-tempered match between the two teams.

Al-Sadr rebuffs Iraqi truce delegatesupdated: Tue Aug 17 2004 04:21:00

Radical Shiite Muslim cleric Muqtada al-Sadr refused to meet Tuesday with Iraqi leaders sent to Najaf in hopes of ending nearly two weeks of fighting between al-Sadr's militia fighters and a U.S.-Iraqi force, the city's governor said.

Money Magazine: Dollar Diplomacyupdated: Sun Apr 01 2001 00:01:00

Earlier this year, El Salvador adopted the U.S. dollar as its official currency, joining a growing band of Latin American nations that are "dollarizing" to fight inflation and attract foreign inves...

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